South Korea, Finland, Russia and the Bavarian grassland – the places where Django 3000 have celebrated their exuberant Bonaparty over the past few years are so different like the experiences that the band has been able to gather on their travels all over Europe.

Musically, the wildly romantic roughnecks have matured. A touch more serious, but also more passionate! More than ever, Django 3000 show themselves on their current album as what they always were: cosmopolitan artists with their heads in the clouds and their feet firmly on the ground.

You can also hear that in the new songs, which are still mercilessly forward, but which also contain darker, melancholic tones. Gypsy disco was yesterday – today’s django rock across all musical boundaries straight into the heart and hips. The guitars take over the rudder, the violin strays wistfully. It’s grooving powerfully again in the Django cosmos. And yet different. That’s why producer Olaf Opal (The Notwist, Sportfreunde Stiller, July) was invited to the studio alongside Willy Löster.

The new album not only gets on your legs, but also gets under your skin. A pinch of heavy metal is heard here and there, a touch of jazz. The synthesizers, which let the earthy carpet of sound fly, are new. Live, Django 3000 will rock the stage with five of us with a keyboard player. So the strange and the familiar flow into each other, just like it is when you come home after a long journey: you’re still the same, but not the same anymore.

A new album that gets under your skin

In the stories they tell, Django 3000 joyfully crosses borders. They sing about continuing in seemingly hopeless situations, about uncompromising new beginnings, about wild outlaws and kick up a cloud of dust wherever they appear. A new wind is also blowing linguistically.

In order to really be understood in all corners of the world, the world language English has recently been given equal status in the band alongside the Bavarian native dialect. But a spirit of optimism or not – you can and must still expect one thing at Django 3000: the dirtiest, hottest party between Chiemsee and the Arctic Circle.

The Band

  • Kamil Müller – guitar, lead vocals
    Florian Starflinger – violin, guitar
    Korbinian Kugler – double bass
    Max Schuller – keyboards
    Jan Phillip Wiesmann – drums
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