On stage are two bands from Gävle, Sturm Café and Kommando XY with, Gustav Jansson as member of both bands. The concert is divided in two parts where Sturm Café is in focus during the first part.
When they start the intro to Koka kola freiheit early in the show I instantly get the feeling that this is the start of a great evening. The sound is not the best, but Sturm Cafés songs are really effective EBM-stompers that gets the audience dancing and moving anyway. It really gets good when they play Stiefelfabrik later in the setand and the whole room starts to shake.
Then they switch singer from Jonatan Löfstedt to Jocke Mohlund and the Kommando XY part of the show starts. Jocke works with the audience and gets good response. It's fun to see parts of the audience on the floor doing push-ups during Lyfta Skrot. Lots of testosterone flying around. I get very happy when they play my Kommando XY favorite Genesis Does (What Nintendon't).
Bodyfest gets off to a really good start and the last note from the stage barely rings out before the next band starts to play at the main stage. Here we go!