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Award-winning anti-capitalist techno-dystopian performance art collective Hatari made headlines for its participation and active politicisation of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. The group was founded in Reykjavík, Iceland, in 2015 by Klemens Hannigan, Matthías Tryggvi Haraldsson, and masked drummer Einar Hrafn Stefánsson, and has since then aimed take the lid off the relentless unfolding scam that is everyday life using a variety of platforms, most notably the music industry. We cannot change things but we can unveil the anomie of neoliberal society, the pointlessness of every minute spent in the futile race, and the low price for which man now sells himself ever more blatantly.

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Hatari

Hatari

26 Jan 20Vulkan ArenaOslo, Norway
27 Jan 20SlaktkyrkanStockholm, Sweden
29 Jan 20VegaCopenhagen, Denmark
30 Jan 20TrainAarhus, Denmark
01 Feb 20ProgresjaWarsaw, Poland
05 Feb 20RoxyPrague, Czech Rep
06 Feb 20Grelle ForelleVienna, Austria
08 Feb 20OhiboMilan, Italy
20 Mar 20SalamandraBarcelona, Spain
21 Mar 20ShokoMadrid, Spain
23 Mar 20DynamoZurich, Switzerland
24 Mar 20Die KantineCologne, Germany
26 Mar 20Electric BallroomLondon
27 Mar 20Academy 3Manchester
28 Mar 20The HauntBrighton
30 Mar 20MelkwegAmsterdam, Netherlands
31 Mar 20BotaniqueBrussels, Belgium
02 Apr 20La TrabendoParis, France