Quan les mil plagues cauen sobre el món, el Coronavrus sembla amenaçar la nostra existència i el pànic s’extén arreu del món nosaltres oferim un racó musical per refugiar-vos de tot plegat. Divus Julius estrena el més nou de Kevin Morby, Algiers, Roisin Murphy, Empress Of, Yves Tumor i Bombay Bycicle Club entre d’altres. A més, presentem a nous artistes com els francesos Born Idiot i Planet 1999 i el nou projecte de Jarvis Cocker, líder de Pulp: Jarv Is.
Dijous/ Thursday 22h/ 10PM ràdio Ciutat Vella 100.5FM Barcelona
Ville à Dômat: Weirdos
Una setmana més i un bon grapat de cançons sortides del nostre forn musical. Divus Julius presenta el més nou de Tindersticks, The Big Moon, Oh Wonder i Roisin Murphy entre d’altres. Presentem a nous artistes com Plaza, Lil Peep, Shards o Mealtime i tot sobre els concerts d’aquesta setmana de Hot Chip, Kakkmaddafakka i Low Roar.
Dijous/ Thursday 22h/ 10PM Ràdio Ciutat Vella 100.5FM
Ville à Dômat: Art Sonor
Róisín Murphy had never planned on being a singer. However, the echoes of that Sing it Back that made her famous with Moloko can still be heard all the way back from the 90s. Later, Róisín began a solo career of her own with which she achieved a privileged position in electronics: eclectic, experimental, daring and sometimes even misunderstood.
From a very young age she took a path that would lead her to many places: from experimental landscapes to the romantic territory of Italian ballads. Always ahead of the curve, Róisín has taken her interest in innovative designers and new talents to the stage, making her looks a fundamental part of her performances and turning herself into an icon of fashion.
As an artist, she has demonstrated excellent plasticity and has thus forged a name as legit as it is mysterious. Róisín is a clear disco reminiscence, an inevitable rhythmic flirtation and a singular force. On stage, she performs a dance pop exercise that shows her love for funk and disco. She has shared her swaggering new DJ Parrot produced single ‘Incapable’.
From Moloko onwards, Murphy has always gravitated towards a deep groove. But here, with Baltimore maverick musician/producer/DJ Maurice Fulton, she’s gone and made some of the most hip-twitching, pleasure-centre-stimulating music of her life. And it’s being released in the only correct way for sounds so intimately connected to the dance floor: on a series of 12” singles, with stunning graphics from Portuguese New Yorker Braulio Amado.