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Music by Bergman: TV Priest

TV Priest, the London quartet come in the wake of the post-punk revival of the past few years, encompassing everyone from Fat White Family to Shame to Girl Band, Fontaines DC and, of course, the titans of the genre, Idles.  The movement has gone mainstream, it is part of the rock firmament of the UK, and to a lesser extent, the US. 

The Irish band released Uppers, their debut full-length for Sub Pop Records last February 5th, 2021.

Music by Bergman: Fat White Family

Known for their memorable live shows and their controversy, Fat White Family returns after three years of silence with a new studio album Serfs Up! (Domino Records, 2019). An album that continues with that dirty rock that navigates between post-punk and the psychedelia of previous albums like Songs For Our Mothers (Fat Possum Records, 2016), but adds a more danceable touch with the use of synthesizers, as it’s shown in their first single “Feet”.

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

Divus Julius presents…Black Lips

Black Lips will play tonight at La2 their last  full-length entitled, Satan’s Grafitti or God’s Art? The album marks the return of guitarist Jack Hines, who was reenlisted following the departure of Ian St. Pé shortly after the release of Underneath the Rainbow. Back with the band for the first time since 2004, Hines joins other new additions Oakley Munson (drums, replacing Joe Bradely) and Zumi Rosow (saxophone). Satan’s Grafitti or God’s Art? spans 18 tracks and features guest vocals by Lennon’s mother, Yoko Ono. Contributions also come from Saul Adamczewski of experimental British rockers Fat White Family.

Music by Bergman: Shame

Shame, five 19-year-old’s building their reputation as one of the best new live bands in London, are already cemented following tours with The Garden and Fat White Family.. Britain’s hot new bunch of mods, Shame debuted  with a double A-Side called ‘The Lick/ Gold Hole’  bursting at the seams with punk energy, but with the patter of The Streets, Shame have shared  these days new single ‘Tasteless’, throwing up a defiant two fingers to social inertia and apathy in these troubled times.

Ville à Dômat: Capítol 120

Villeacadabra! Un cop més tornem a fer màgia potàgia itenim preparat un estol de bona música. Punxarem per primer cop al nostre país les primeres cançons de deu novíssimes bandes i artistes com: Velvet Volume, Wall, SG Lewis, Pixx, Mothers, Black Honey o els australians White Bleaches. A més estrenarem el més nou de Kiasmos, Soulsavers, Fat White Family, o el català BeGun. Convidarem els responsables d’In Situ, la mostra d’arts del moviment. Us parlarem del festival alemany Melt!, del concert que farà Florence + The Machine el 16 d’abril a Barcelona i dels Primal Scream que han anunciat nou disc pel proper mes de març. La nostre sèrie de la setmana serà una brutal producció anglesa sobre la I Guerra Mundial: “Our World War”

Dilluns 18.45PM 100.5FM pronuncia la paraula màgica: Villeacadabra!