Guille Milkyway, the name behind La Casa Azul, is without a doubt the effervescent artist, the one who has managed to knock down the walls of commercialism, to bring bubblegum, sunshine-pop, europop, and all those styles that prowl around the most beautiful melodies and perfect arrangements, to everyone’s ears.
After eight years of long wait the finally this 2019 has been published ‘The great sphere’, the new album of La Casa Azul, the total pop project of Guille Milkyway. Tonight in concert at Sala Apolo.
Unique, hipster, transgressive, uncomfortable, risky, brazen, shocking … the adjectives that define Najwa‘s intense personality are applicable to all his artistic facets. His return to music after four years comes at the best moment of his career His new single ‘Lento’ produced by El Guincho is simply the most daring and suggestive thing he has ever published. Tonight in concert at Razzmatazz.
The duo from Salamanca based in Madrid mixes sounds of indie rock, garage, punk pop and shoegaze. With their debut album, Just Calm Down, Yawners explore the most pop and emphatic sounds of the 90s and present influences of classics such as Weezer, Pavement and the Breeders, in addition to contemporaries such as Japandroids, Snail Mail and Waxahatchee. Great riffs, great feelings and great songs which have transformed them, after just two years of existence, into one of the most promising independent bands of 2019. Tonight in concert at Sala Apolo.
What a year it’s been already for Argentinian singer Tamara Luz Ronchese, better known as Rizha.
Since her appearance in the series SKAM Espana, the singer’s following has sky-rocketed, and people who didn’t know the actress beforehand discovered how also musically talented the soon-to-be 20-year-old is.
After releasing her entirely self-made first album Finally in 2017 and selling out shows across and beyond her adoptive Spain, Rizha is ready for a brand new era. Rizha has released this year her much-awaited sophomore album, Outside. Tonight in concert at Sala Bikini.
De Staat are a rock band opening the floodgates to an intoxicating, even dizzying, array of genres, which is not particularly unusual for them. It’s been woven into their DNA since day one.
Through their own brand of rock more and more people are noticing them over the years, which led De Staat to landing some highly coveted support slots including The Rolling Stones in Amsterdam and a run with Muse across Europe with their blockbusting 2016 Drones tour.
Dutch alternative rock band De Staat have won the International Rock Video Of The Year award at this year’s UK Music Video Awards. The prize comes for the video for Kitty Kitty, the first single to be taken from the band’s fifth studio album Bubble Gum. Tonight in concert at La Nau.
California band !!! (Chk Chk Chk), heroes and survivors of dance punk, are back with their eighth album, ‘Wallop’ (2019). Nic Offer and company have been making fans sweat for years, as well as offering 100 percent consistent and effective albums since their 2001 debut, as seen in previous efforts like ‘As If’ (2015) and ‘Myth Takes’ (2007), and the more electronic and club sound on 2017’s ‘Shake the Shudder’. Tonight in concert at Sala Apolo.
Low Island are one of those bands that sum up the feeling of late night driving. Fusing together electronic and acoustic waves to create a jangly yet emotive sounds, Low Island explore the beautiful side of loss. Named after a small rock in the Atlantic they are fans of Arthur Russell, Warpaint, Grizzly Bear and Caribou. Tonight in concert at Razzmatazz.