One of the final events of the modern art festival "Steirischer Herbst 2011", which took place from September 23th till October 16th in Graz, Austria, was the concert & multimedia installation of the band Apparatjik. That unusual name denotes an "international supergroup, experimental art band and artists collective", as themselves like to put it. They are Magne Furuholmen (a-ha), Guy Berryman (Coldplay), Jonas
Bjerre (Mew) and producer Martin Terefe: "four stars in futuristic, fantasy uniforms in a glowing cube".
Pop meets science fiction, fashion meets Dada, 50% art and 50% pop - that's all Apparatjik!
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