Austrian Heartbeats 2014 – Croatia!

AUSTRIAN HEARTBEATS, 13.11.2014, Zagreb

On Thursday the 13th of November 2014 a delegation of Austrian artists, record labels and music professionals will head to Zagreb for a networking and exchange visit. The Austrian indie music scene is as rich and varied as ever, but is mostly unknown in Croatia. Austrian Heartbeats wants to give Croatian music and media professionals as well as the local audience an opportunity to connect with the Austrian music scene. The aim is to establish new musical cooperation and exchange between our two countries.

We are pleased to invite you to a networking session and a reception at Galerija Nova as well as a set of concerts at KSET. The night will present some of the most interesting new Austrian bands and is developed in cooperation with, Waves Vienna Festival and supported by the Austrian Cultural Forum Zagreb as well as by Advantage Austria.

Information in Croatian available as PDF Download!

Dust Covered Carpet,
Farewell Dear Ghost,
Hella Comet,
Pola Riot (DJ set),

16-17 Future Markets: Austria (Panel)
17-18 Meeting the Austrians (Networking Ssession)
18-19 Austrian reception with snacks & drinks
Galerija Nova, Ulica Nikole Tesla 7, 10000 Zagreb,

20-24 Concerts w/ Farewell Dear Ghost, Dust Covered Carpet, Hella Comet, Pola Riot
KSET, Unska 3, 10000 Zagreb,
Founded by students of electrical engineering and computing at the FER faculty in Zagreb, KSET is a venue for live music and DJs, with events taking place three or four nights a week. KSET has a 400-person capacity and is an ideal venue for underground, post-rock, Americana, avant-jazz, punk, rap, ethno and lots of other stylistically diverse artists.

If you are interested in participating, please get in touch per email:!


Dust Covered Carpet – Grey Formations

Farewell Dear Ghost – Cool Blood

Hella Comet – Tinker Boat // At Home Session

Pola Riot – Rubicon


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