Tag Archives: Loyle Carner

Ville à Dômat #232: ‘On Fire’

Cada dilluns, cada setmana estem ‘On Fire’. Després de gaudir del Primavera Club. Divus Julius Bonasera torna amb la maleta plena de noves cançons. Demà estrenarem el més nou de Empress Of, Loyle Carner, Isaac Gracie, Courtney Barnett, HÆLOS o Little Dragon. També escoltarem el retorn de Beirut i ens fixarem en els concert de Cat Power, Iceage, We Are Scientists o Here Lies Man.
Dilluns 19h 100.5FM Ràdio Ciutat Vella
Ville à Dômat: On Fire
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Ville à Dômat #202: ‘Le Planète Interdit’

Any nou, nova música. Encetem aquest 2018, com si no, amb les novetats musicals més actuals del panorama indie. Divus Julius Bonasera estrena el més nou de The Vaccines, Portugal. The Man, RY X, MGMT o Franz Ferdinand. Presentem el disc de debut dels sorprenent duo londinenc Tender.  A més, descobrim a nous artistes com Phoebe Bridgers, Loyle Carner, Pale Waves, Niia, Kelly Lee Owens o Half Waif. Tota la info sobre les últimes confirmacions del Low Festival i el Coachella.
Radio Ciutat Vella 100.5FM
Ville à Dômat: Le Planète Interdit

Divus Julius presents…Loyle Carner

Ben Coyle-Larner, has, by anyone’s standards, has had a fucking epic year. The 23-year-old Croydon boy otherwise known as Britain’s hottest hip-hopper Loyle Carner – released his magnificent, old-school flavoured debut album, ‘Yesterday’s Gone’,

Loyle Carner is right at the centre of a new wave of South London musicians, producers and artists pushing their way to the forefront of the talent pool.

Music by Bergman: All We Are

Liverpool-based All We Are return with their second album Sunny Hills. Produced by Kwes (Solange, Kano, Loyle Carner), it follows the three-piece’s self-titled debut in 2015. Coming together while students in 2011, the trio is made up of Guro Gikling (Norway), Luis Santos from Brazil (guitars) and Richard O’Flynn from Ireland (drums). After spending much of 2015 touring and honing their sound the band started to write new material with a renewed sense of urgency and power, songs that documented the emotional rollercoaster the trio have been on in the past two years. Sunny Hills has a wobble to it, a human heartbeat and a grit that reflects the energy of the band’s thrilling live shows.