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Ville à Dômat #236: “Pretty Little Treasures”

Un dilluns més Divus Julis Bonasera obra la seva capsa de petits bells tresors sonors per oferir-nos dues hores del més recent de la música indie. Estrenem el més nou de Foster The People, Panda Bear, The Good, The Bad and The Queen, Balthazar, Deerhunter, These New Puritans o el retorn de Dido entre d’altres. A més repassarem els millors concerts de la setmana: Tom Odell, Her’s, Villagers o Morcheeba i us descobrirem a Vera Sola, Ten Tonnes, Apre o Park Hotel.

Dilluns 19h 100.5FM, ràdio Ciutat Vella, Barcelona

 

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Ville à Dômat #234: ‘Musik Seekers’

Com sempre us punxarem les millors cançons del moment. Com sempre, us descobrirem els millors artistes. Cercarem la millor música. Divus Julius Bonasera ens presenta el més nou d’ artistes locals com Pavvla, Holy Bouncer,  Mavica o els joves Kids from Mars. També estrenarem el més nou de Morcheeba, Cass McCombs, Balthazar, RY X, Diamond Cafe, Jessica Pratt o Nightmares On Wax. Escoltarem el retorn de Razorlight. A més tota la info sobre MIRA Festival, Músiques Sensibles i REC Igualada.
Dilluns 19h 100.5FM Radio Ciutat Vella
Ville à Dômat: Musik Seekers

Hit of the week: Warhaus ‘Love’s A Stranger’

Warhaus – the solo project of Balthazar’s Maarten Devoldere – announce a brand new track ‘Love’s A Stranger’ out now on Play It Again Sam.

For the video Warhaus collaborated with Belgium film director and writer Wouter Bouvijn, who accompanied the band on a week long tour of France to gain background and B-roll footage. To the bands surprise the black and white video was cut from this on the road and live footage.

Warhaus and the good lies

For over 10 years now, Belgium-based indie rock band Balthazar has been peppering the international music scene with clever, cutting and eerily atmospheric tracks. And while they’ll continue to do so, founding member and lead singer Maarten Devoldere has just unveiled a side project known as Warhaus.

Their sound smolders with film-noir-like sexuality, reminiscent of Tom Waits both lyrically and vocally, but with the sensuous intermingling of female vocals. The lush, thumping orchestration allows two direct reactions: listeners can either brood mysteriously in a corner or shake their hips like they mean it. Tonight at Razzmatazz 3.