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Ville à Dômat #247: ‘The Day That Music Dies’

Un dilluns més, i ja en són 247, no fallem a la cita preparats per estrenar les millors cançons de la collita indie d’arreu del món. Aquesta setmana Divus Julius viatja a França, Japó, Holanda, Austràlia i com no als E.U.A. i Anglaterra. Estrenem el més nou de MethylL Ethel, The Mountain Goats, Chromatics, Mansionair o Robyn.  Us descobrirem a Pecas, Cuco, Drenge, Suzi Wu, Vendredi sur Mer o Son Mieux . A més, tota la info sobre el cartell sencer del Vida Festival.
Dilluns 100.5FM Ràdio Ciutat Vella 7PM
Ville à Dômat: The Day That Music Dies
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Music by Bergman: Jonathan Jeremiah

Jonathan Jeremiah’s first, acclaimed album – A Solitary Man, described by the BBC as “elegant and soulful, a luscious artefact of 1970s songwriting class” – was released in 2011. It earned gold status in Holland, where it charted at No.3, and also reached No. 11 in Germany and Belgium. Two further albums, 2012’s Gold Dust and 2015’s Oh Desire, earned him further accolades, not least a phone call from legendary James Bond composer John Barry.

Jonathan Jeremiah released his new album, GOOD DAY. The album is the London based Brit’s fourth. The tittle track’s upbeat groove is a perfect introduction to a record that eclipses everything Jonathan has achieved so far. It showcases the remarkable depth of his craft, with his wonderfully weary, warm voice carving out haunting melodies amid uncommonly sophisticated arrangements from The Heritage Orchestra’s Ben Trigg.