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Ville à Dômat #241: ‘Music Won’t Tear Us Apart’

Units cada dilluns per la música. Divus Julius té preparada la maleta per la sessió de demà. Estrenarem el més nou de The Chemical Brothers, American Football, Sleaford Mods, Girlpool, Beirut i Fat White Family entre d’altres. A més us presentarem a Abc Dialect, Chelou, Heirloom, Martha o Amyl and The Sniffers. Us informarem sobre els guanyadors del BBC Sound 2019 i del nou llibre de l’enfant terrible de les lletres franceses, el polèmic Michel Houellebecq.
Dilluns 7PM Ràdio Ciutat Vella 100.5FM
Ville à Dômat: Music Won’t Tear Us Apart

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Introducing…City Park

Saux and Sjaak come forward with a truly beautiful number as their first track together and under the stage name City Park. The duo produces powerful electronic indie that is driven by all time classics like Peter Gabriel, Blood Orange and even Prince at times. Bringing the strongest vocals we’ve heard in quite a bit. Not only that, but in this day and age. How you package your art into a compelling body of work is equally important. For lasting visuals, they brought on Jiye Kim and her otherworldly simplistic, minimal approach to painting. Capitalizing on a single color and inspired by the music the pair have put forward.

Ville à Dômat #232: ‘Beautiful Chaos’

Arriba el Primavera Club i focalitzarem el programa en el festival. Punxarem a molts dels artistes que hi desfilaran: Halo Maud, Boy Pablo, Hilary Woods, Buzzy Lee, Tirzah, Jimothy Lacoste Alaskalaska, Stella Donnelly o els barcelonins Conttra. A més, repassarem al festival de documentals musicals In-Edit que engega motors el proper dijous 25 i us informarem sobre el BIME.
Dilluns 19h 100.5FM Radio Ciutat Vella
Ville à Dômat: Beautiful Chaos

Hit of the week: Blood Orange “Augustine”

Following the surprise release of Freetown Sound at midnight, Blood Orange released a new video for the album cut “Augustine.” Dev Hynes directed and edited the clip, which captures the singer/songwriter playing instruments in an empty apartment and an assortment of dancers showcasing their moves on rooftops. Hynes also appears in front of the flag of Sierra Leone, which is painted on a wall. The album borrows its name from Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone where Hynes’ father was born. Our hit of the week.