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Ville à Dômat # 218: ‘Indienautes’

Cada dilluns teniu una cita amb els ‘indinautes’ de les ones hertzianes. Divus Julius Bonasera i els seus il·lustres col·laboradors: el mestre Bergman i La Musa han preparat un programa per fregar-se les orelles. Estrenem el més nou de Mogwai, Childish Gambino, Parquet Courts o Fantastic Negrito i també dels veterans James o The Coral i de noves promeses com ara Artificial Pleasure, Baywaves, Black Honey, Yuno, Jorja Smith o Jungle.
A més tota la informació sobre els millors concerts de la setmana i del  Loom Festival, el DocsBarcelona i el MaremagnumFest.
Mondays from 7 to 9 PM 100.5FM Radio Ciutat Vella
Ville à Dômat: Indienautes
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The muses of La Musa: Jorja Smith

19-year-old Jorja Smith has been writing songs since the the age of 11. She found inspiration in her hometown of Walsall, and the political and economic issues she faced. After graduating high school and moving to London, she self-released “Blue Lights”, her debut single, in 2016.  She has since released another single “Where Did I Go” in March of 2016. With comparisons to Lauryn Hill and Amy Winehouse, Jorja Smith is sure to make waves with her strong lyricism.

Jorja Smith has won the Brit Awards 2018 Critics’ Choice award, putting her in the rarefied company of previous honorees Adele, Sam Smith and Ellie Goulding.