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.
Tonight Razzmatazz plays host to British band Hot Chip as they present their brilliant seventh album, ‘A Bath Full of Ecstasy’ (2019). Alexis Taylor, Joe Godard, Owen Clarke, Al Doyle and Felix Martin have been making us dance non-stop for nearly two decades, and the list of electronic pop hits they’ve produced is long: ‘Ready for the Floor’, ‘Over and Over’, Boy from School’, ‘One Life Stand’, and so many more. For this new album they’ve come up with more fantastic songs to regale us with, such as ‘Melody of Love’, the band’s new instant classic.
Nearly a decade after their last live performance in Barcelona the near personal project of Ezra Koenig, Vampire Weekend, is back in town to present their much-anticipated fourth album, ‘Father of the Bride’ (2019). This fourth record, published six long years after their previous effort, ‘Modern Vampires of the City’ (2013), has been well-received by fans and critics. Tonight in concert at Razzmatazz.
El dream pop melancólico de Cigarettes After Sex, banda de Texas capitaneada por Greg Gonzalez, que publicaron su debut homónimo en 2017 con conciertos sold-out en todo el mundo, presentan en dos fechas consecutivas en el Apolo su esperado segundo disco, ‘Cry’ (2019). Hoy y mañana.
Bobby Gillespie and his Primal Scream, a living piece of history of rock and one of the essential pillars of modern music, authors of key albums such as ‘Screamadelica’ (1991) and ‘XTRMNTR’ (2000), are back in Barcelona to present the compilation ‘Maximum Rock ‘n’ Roll: The Singles’ (2019), a journey through the band’s more than 30 years of music. Tonight at Razzmatazz.
Lewis Capaldi is seriously the musical man of the moment right now – he’s seemingly shot to fame after releasing his debut album ‘Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent‘ in May 2019. Of course, his catchy songs, including, ‘Someone You Loved’ and ‘Bruises’, incredible vocals and all-round talent are helped by the fact that he’s such a personality too. Tonight in concert at Sala Bikini.
The legendary British duo formed by Andy McCluskey and Paul Humphreys, pioneers of synth-pop will review hits such as ‘Enola Gay’ and jewels like ‘Electricity’, ‘Souvenir’ or ‘Messages’ others and some oddities today in Barcelona, on a tour where they’re celebrating 40 years of career. Tonight at Sala Apolo.