Having been compared to The Jesus & Mary Chain, BRMC is one of the best alternative rock bands on the scene today. Their dirty and powerful sound, their dark folk and the intensity of their live concerts have made their shows one of the must-sees of July. Peter Hayes, Robert Been and Leah Shapiro come to Barcelona with their latest album, ‘Wrong Creatures’ Tonight at Apolo.
Eels, l’incombustible projecte del torturat cantant i compositor Mark Oliver Everett (també conegut com a E), que va debutar fa més de 20 anys amb l’exitós disc ‘Beautiful Freak’ (1996) torna per fi a Barcelona. Ho farà en un concert avui a la sala Barts per presentar el seu dotzè disc, ‘The Deconstruction’ (2018), que arriba quatre anys després de ‘The cautionary tales of Mark Oliver Everett’ (2014), el seu últim disc fins ara, que alhora suposava la continuació de la seva cèlebre novel·la autobiogràfica ‘Cosas que los nietos deberían saber’.
The Regrettes have taken the Los Angeles punk scene by storm in the last year– with members Lydia Night, Genessa Gariano, Sage Chavis, and Maxx Morando coming together to redefine what it means to own a genre, all while trying to finish high school.
The young band has managed to curate a sound that refreshingly combines good, old-fashioned punk rock with flavors of girl power thrown in that manages to make the music feel entirely new at the same time. Last year they released their debut album
DBFC is the sum of David Shaw and Dombrance, two loyal lovers of the french touch and the Madchester sound that have made a fresh and sophisticated French electronic influenced by the nuances of psychedelia, shoegaze and disco. A proposal that took off in 2014 and now consolidates with the release of their debut album Jenks (Different, 2017). Today at Vida Festival.
Sydney duo Cosmo’s Midnight have shared their long awaited, debut album What Comes Next. At 15-tracks in length, this stacked album is as much of a soothing, electronic daydream as it is riveting and experimental, with the brotherly duo enlisting a plethora of talent to help bring this project to life, from LA rapper Buddy to Swedish wunderkind artist Tove Styrke.
If you haven’t met him yet, get acquainted: Omar Apollo is the homemade musical prodigy serenading listeners with swift Spanglish lyrics sure to melt hearts. Taking over Soundcloud, then Spotify, then Apple Music, Apollo has high-speed Internet to thank for his millions of streams and wide-reaching fanbase. Producing beats and recording vocals out of his home in Indiana, the musician’s success epitomizes the sort of democratization of media that the digital plane has granted to audiences and artists alike. The first generation Mexican-American artist represents a new generation of music.
Brooklyn art rock outfit BODEGA announce their debut album, Endless Scroll, due out June 1st. Endless Scroll was recorded and produced by Austin Brown (Parquet Courts) on the same Tascam 388 tape machine used for their LP Light Up Gold. It was mixed and mastered by Jonathan Schenke at Dr. Wu’s.
The group brings together elements of Post Punk, Hip Hop, and Pop, this combination exemplified by their lead single “Can’t Knock the Hustle,”