If one had to sum up the music of Pabst, one would probably use the following words: To the point!
The music of the Berlin rock trio is characterized by clear and simple song structures, crashing guitars and melodies that go into the ear and come out of the mouth at the latest at the second hearing. The sound of the band is classic and reminiscent of the rock of the nineties. Erik, Tore, Tilman: guitar, drums, bass. Nevertheless, Pabst manages to stand out. The best way to understand how they do it is to pump the powerful songs into your ears yourself.
In terms of pigeonholes, Pabst could probably be categorized as follows: Indie, Garage, Grunge, Stoner. Only German rock they do not want to be, according to their own statement. The lyrics often revolve around political issues and express some dissatisfaction. Nevertheless, the songs seem like they were made for a sunny day outdoors, say, for example, on the meadows of Neustrelitz: they get you moving, dancing, singing, jumping. Not lying around in the shade at 32 degrees, but whirling your arms through the air and shaking your mane at 27 degrees. If you get a headache from it, they sing about the solution to this and actually all problems with their song "Ibuprofen".
Pabst is direct, one could also say unfiltered or "in your face". Far away from photoshopped complaisance but still colorful and catchy. A band that the German music landscape sorely needs. In this sense: Welcome to the club!