Les delícies psicodèliques del trio de Texas Khruangbin debuten a Barcelona per presentar el seu segon disc, ‘Con todo el mundo’ (2018), on la seva singular psicodèlia viu i beu de l’explosió funk que hi va haver a Tailàndia en els anys 60 i 70. Aquesta nit a Razzmatazz.
Rising from Minneapolis’ local music scene, Royal Brat is spreading blazing queer fires with their aggressive, combustive brand of punk. They’ve previously released a demo cassette, which led to a successful nationwide tour, and now the band is preparing to drop their debut full-length, Eyesore, out February 23rd via Moniker Records.
New single “Snowball” is a proper preview of the album’s ferocious attitude, with lead vocalist Alex Uhrich shouting wildly above fuzzy drums and unapologetic guitars.
Microshift is the Leeds band’s first new work in over 3 years and marks a seismic shift in their sound, dynamic, songwriting and production, whilst still bearing all the ferocious energy, intricate musicianship and bruised but beautiful song-craft of the previous releases which have quietly made them one of the UK’s most revered young bands.
This is the band’s third studio album technically but arguably the first in which the studio has been central to its creation. Pearl Mystic and second LP, The Hum were heavily informed by the band’s live sound,
If Starcrawler were only a performance, they would be one of a festival’s most talked about concerts. If they were only a new incarnation of seventies rock in a glam suit with explosive punk, they would be one of the revelations of the year. This band is in fact both things simultaneously, as they demonstrated at the last edition of Primavera Club. Driven by the sinister and magnetic Arrow de Wilde and with input from Ryan Adams (with whom they recorded their debut), Starcrawler are power and chaos, form and content, sex and love. If Elton John, one of the first to spin their record, could see them now on stage, his very exclusive tinted glasses would explode into millions of pieces.
After releasing a string of singles in 2017 and touring with the likes of Phoenix, Glass Animals, London Grammar, Ride and more, Lo Moon have announced their debut album!
The self-titled record is set to come out on 23rd February via Columbia Records. The album, which has been produced by Chris Walla (Death Cab For Cutie) and Francois Tetaz (Gotye) features songs previously released by the band – ‘Loveless’, ‘This Is It’ and ‘Thorns’ – and even features guest appearances from Adam Granduciel and Charlie Hall from The War On Drugs.
To coincide with the announcement, the band have unveiled new track ‘Real Love’.
Mullingar four-piece, The Academic signed a worldwide record deal in 2015 and fans will finally be able to hear ‘Tales from the Backseat’.
The indie-rock group will play an intimate hometown show tomorrow before embarking on an American tour next month. The Academic have earned critical praise from the likes of The New York Times, The Irish Times and BBC Radio 1 with airplay from the likes of Annie Mac and Huw Stephens, while Phil Taggart has earmarked the quartet as one of Ireland’s biggest emerging acts.
Eighteen year old frontman Pablo Muñoz and the rest of Boy Pablo stupidly look into the sun in their silly music video for Everytime. The Norway-based band’s dream pop is as näive, chill, and effortless as their demeanor here.