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No Kids

From sunny Padova in Italy into the cloudburst in Vienna – Justin Kellam (drummer of No Kids) gets his refreshment from a lamb-goulash (“Must have been an evil lamb”) after their soppy arrival in Austria. He ponders what to think about his first impressions of Austria and makes tongue-in-cheek remarks how “weak” the next hours in Vienna and especially their live show could turn out. It is the first evening on tour in Europe with their album “Come Into My House” – named after a song from Queen Latifah – that the trio from Vancouver plays as the main act. At the after-dinner walk under fresh air Julia Chirka, Justin Kellam and Nick Krgovich perform advanced R’n’B ballads with a poppy soul-appeal and a cinematic atmosphere. Nick immerges right away into the song, beating time and putting on his strong facial expression while singing. His lyrical voice escalates in the highest R’n’B pitches, while it is accompanied by mellow keyboard tunes and spare percussion inserts. In the end Justin’s high requirements concerning his stay in Austria can be nearly fulfilled. Later at the show he will shout “89” down from the stage for indicating that – on a scale from zero to one hundred – his Vienna stay made it to 89 percent.

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  • Posted: July 14, 2008
  • Camera: Michael Luger
  • Sound Recording: Matthias Leihs
  • Post-Production: Simon Brugner
  • Photography: Simon Brugner