SkatePunk Podcast #8 Circus Rhapsody

Shortly after our third episode of the SkatePunk Podcast aired, we received an email from a man called Michi. He is the bass player of the band ‘Circus Rhapsody’ based in Berlin, Germany. Shortly after, we’ve scheduled a recording date together and got him on the show.
Circus Rhapsody is a one-of-a-kind band, that if you were to describe it as diverse, it would be an understatement. They play everything but have their roots in punk rock. Join us in this episode as we talk about some road stories, how the band got its name and image, and how they dealt with the COVID-Situation this far.

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