Tag Archives: Metronomy

Ville à Dômat #265: ‘Indielandia’

Benvinguts a Indielandia, el lloc on els vostres sentits abraçaren una nova dimensió sonora. Una veritable muntanya russa d’emocions: els nous reis de les pistes de ball: CamelPhat; els fréres terribles de l’indie britànic: Sons of Raphael; la banda més bizarra del moment: Walt Disco; l’emmascarat cowboy gay del country: Orville Peck o el tàndem britànic del moment: Mura Masa i Slowthai.

Dijous 22h/10PM 100.5FM Ràdio Ciutat Villa.

Ville à Dômat: Indielandia

Ville à Dômat #256: ‘Boom! Boom! BAM’

Arriben les festes de la Mercè, arriba el BAM. Repassarem els millors concerts d’aquest festival com els de Arlo Parks i Biig Piig entre d’altres. Divus Julius estrenarà el més nou de Whitney, Editors, Haim,  Metronomy, Iggy Pop o Ferran Palau i presentarà a nous artistes com Sam Fender, Inhaler o Gia Ford.
Dijous/Thursdays 22h/10PM 100.5FM Ràdio Ciutat Vella
Ville à Dômat: Boom! Boom! BAM

Ville à Dômat #254: ‘IndieStars’

Tanquem la temporada amb un programa ple de bones sensacions per l’oïda. Estrenem el més nou de King Princess, Metronomy, Jay Som, Demob Happy, Sleater-Kinney o Honolulu i us presentem a Petrie, K áryyn, The Sherlocks, Squid o Grace Lightman.
Dijous 22h/ Dissabte 13h 100.5FM Ràdio Ciutat Vella
Ville à Dômat: IndieStars

Ville à Dômat #249: ‘Pictures of you’

Els dijous al vespre sintonitza el dial de Ràdio Ciutat Vella.  A partir de les 10 de la nit al 100.5FM.  Divus Julius ens punxarà el més actual de la múica indie. Us presentem el nou projecte de *Jarvis Cocker* : JARV IS. A més, el més nou de !!!,  Foals, Mac DeMarco, Róisín Murphy, Girlpool, Marika Hackman, Metronomy o els catalans North State
Dijous 10PM i dissabtes 1PM al 100.5FM
Ville à Dômat: Pictures of you

Hit of the week: Metronomy ‘Lately’

Metronomy are back with a new song, “Lately,” shared via a video for the track directed by the band’s frontman Joseph Mount in his directorial debut. The inventive clip features miniature versions of the band crawling out of a mixtape and performing on it. It is said to be the first taste of the band’s new album, which is due out this fall. It will be the follow-up to 2016’s Summer 08.

Divus Julius presents…Roosevelt

Blending disco, funk and soul with flowing pop melodies and hints of sugary Balearic music? Double tick. Doing this live in organic formation (with drums, guitars and keyboards) while totally focused on the dance floor? Two blue ticks.

The German artist Marius Lauber a.k.a. Roosevelt has spent his whole life collecting ticks at each step he takes. Before starting his own project he was already resident at the Kompakt Total Confusion night together with Superpitcher and Michael Mayer, but he soon discovered the glory of pop. With it he convinced the Greco-Roman label (co-founded by Joe Goddard of Hot Chip) to release that refreshing sip of iced tea, ie his debut EP, Elliot, in 2013. Three years later, now on City Slang, came his homonymous LP, that is from beginning to end like a delightful boat trip, underpinned by melodic nocturnal breezes, warm waves of synthesisers and rhythms that guarantee total stability.

With his second album, Young Romance, released last year, Roosevelt has reinforced his position in the first division of this genre that includes big names such as Hot Chip, Caribou and Metronomy. Marius Lauber’s band will give us the golden opportunity to get on board tonight at Razzmatazz 2,

Hit of the week: Django Django “Tic Tac Toe”

Django Django are set to return this winter with a new album entitled, Marble Skies. Serving as the follow-up to their 2015 sophomore effort, Born Under Saturn, the 10-track effort is due out January 26th via Ribbon Music.

Three of the band’s members — vocalist/guitarist Vincent Neff, bassist Jimmy Dixon, and synth player Tommy Grace — were joined by Metronomy drummer Anna Prior for the initial recording sessions at Tottenham, London’s Urchin Studios. After 10 days of jamming, they sent the material to drummer/producer David Maclean, who chopped and edited the work until it was ready to become a true album. The foursome reconvened all together at their own studio in north London to produce what became Marble Skies.

As a first listen to what this back-to-basics approach produced, the band has shared the record’s lead single,  A frantic art-rock number with echoing notes of psychedelic rockabilly, the track comes with a video directed by Maclean’s brother John, also known for helming Slow West.