In just five years, the British post-dubstep duo Mount Kimbie has earned the utmost respect from the press and the great electronic parish thanks to their acclaimed debut, ‘Crooks & Lovers’ (2010). Now, after becoming one of the most respected bands even beyond dubstep, and sponsored by cult label Warp, and after a second album ‘Cold Spring Fault Less Youth’ (2013) they’re back this year with ‘Love What survives”their third album, where the duo of Dominic Maker and Kai Campos venture a bit into the land of pop. Tonight they will pay at Razzmatazz.
Tres anys i una aventura en solitari d’Andy Butler és el que ha passat des de la publicació de ‘The feast of the broken hjeart’ (2014), últim disc d’ Hercules & Love Affair, fantàstic projecte disco que completen Rouge Mary i Gustaph pel qual han passat les veus Anohni, Nomi Ruiz, Kim Ann Foxman o Aerea Negrot, entre altres. Ara presenten ‘Omnion’ (2017), el nou àlbum, on hi canten Faris Badwan de The Horrors o Sharon Van Etten, entre d’altres. Aquesta nit a la sala Apolo.
When Gengahr’s comeback single ‘Carrion’ rolls into life, the most noticeable change from their brilliant debut ‘A Dream Outside’ is the vocals of Felix Bushe. His floaty falsetto has become a snarling, swaggering voice, recalling Deerhunter’s Bradford Cox in its new-found twang. It provides a base on which the band take their sound to darker, heavier places.
Gengahr have announced plans for new album ‘Where Wildness Grows’ which will be set on March 9th, Tonight they play with Jungle at Razzmatazz.
Leeds-based five-piece Vessels have shared the first cut to be taken from their new album, which is set to be released later this year.
Muscular, vibrant and euphoric, ‘Radiart’ is a hearty cut of dystopian techno that’s been cross pollinated with band’s penchant for playing live — and there’s no doubt in our mind ‘Radiart’ is going to be the centrepiece of the band’s forthcoming live shows when their as-yet unnamed new album drops later this year. Tonight in concert at Razzmatazz.
Boniface is a new band from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Boniface released their first single “I Will Not Return as a Tourist” just last week and has already signed a deal with Transgressive Records who is home to artists like Alvvays, Flume, Foals, Two Door Cinema Club and more. The track is overwhelmingly dream-like with its lo-fi production and airy synths. Most importantly, the track’s complexity is what makes it so intriguing; it’s difficult to define the genre it falls under. Some may call it indie while others could suggest it’s experimental.
With a Colombian father and French mother, the New Yorker Gabriel Garzón-Montano genuinely exemplifies the black and tropical movement currently shaping pop. Before releasing his debut album,Jardín (2017), he had already received support from pillars of the music community such as Mayer Hawthorne, who was the go-between between him and his label; Drake, who sampled his voice; and Lenny Kravitz, who called upon the artist to open for him on tour. In his music one can hear neo soul sophistication combined with hints of electronic and an exquisite sense of groove funk served on his own organic lattice. This saturday at Sala Apolo within the festival Primavera Club.
Tenderness is the first new material from Canadian artists Raphaelle Standell and Alexander Kerby (who also DJs under the name Agor) since 2013’s Untogether. Where that album was about the duo’s romantic breakup, the new one is inspired by mediating relationships through the internet and long-distance communication.
Arbutus Records says the album takes influences from ’90s dance music and “deep disco cuts,” mixed in with Standell’s acoustic guitar. Tenderness also features skits, spoken word sections and demos to help tell its story.
In the four years since Untogether, Standell has focused on her other band, Braids, while Kerby spent extended periods of time in LA and Berlin focusing on his DJ career.