Otto & Astrid’s Joint Solo Project

– Salvador Dinosaur

Berlin’s prince and princess of art rock and Europop, Otto and Astrid, spent years arguing about which songs should appear on their much-anticipated fifth Die Roten Punkte album. Unable to come to a consensus, the dysfunctional brother/sister duo decided to tour separately with their own musicians. Unfortunately, nobody else wanted to play with them so they are stuck being each other’s backing band in a… Joint Solo Project.

5 STARS “All you really need to know is this: they’re hilarious.” – CBC
5 STARS “Your cheeks will hurt from laughing” – Winnipeg Sun
4.5 STARS – Winnipeg Free Press
4 STARS “Louder than the White Stripes, more dysfunctional than Metallica and funnier than Flight of the Conchords.” – Irish Times
5 STARS “The perfect musical comedy act” – Broadway Baby UK

5 thoughts on “Otto & Astrid’s Joint Solo Project

  1. This lovable, dysfunctional duo is addictive! We never miss seeing them each fringe and the show is always witty, original and rocking! The hilarious new songs on this latest album are fantastic ! It’s a must see show for us. If you love music and comedy then Otto and Astrid will deliver the goods!

  2. It took me a while, but I finally made it to an Otto and Astrid show. It was totally worth the hype. Funny, edgy, and oddly relatable. The biggest treat was that the musicianship was strong. In short, it rocked! I won’t wait so long to see the next instalment. Meow.

  3. Otto & Astrid’s Joint Solo Project outrageously funny, punky, quirky, dysfunctional all good things that make for a great fringe show. #wpgfringe

  4. Die Roten Punkte are back with Otto & Astrid’s Joint Solo Project and they’re bigger and louder than ever! Last time at #wpgfringe was 2017, and a line of people were waiting to get into the Pyramid. It’s a dynamic and fun show. Pro tip: cash bar.

  5. A very funny and unexpectedly poignant look into the emotional trainwreck that is Otto & Astrid’s lives, featuring a punk rock soundtrack with a kick-ass finale. Vielen danke, Otto & Astrid.

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