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Local Bands: The Unfinished Sympathy

Els veterans The Unfinished Sympathy, que han tornat als escenaris després d’uns anys fora de circuit presenten ‘It’s a crush’, un disc que arriba de la mà de tres dels antics membres de la banda –el líder Eric Fuentes, el guitarrista Oriol Casanovas i el baixista Joan Colomo– als quals s’ha unit a la batería Víctor García, una altra figura cardinal de l’escena catalana. Aquesta nit a la sala Sidecar.

Ville à Dômat #197: ‘Nothing but music’

Nothing but music! This is all we care. Every monday two hours of the best and newest indie music. El mestre Bergman dedicarà la seva secció a la música francesa més chic: Charlotte Gainsbourg i Gaël Faye. Divus Julius Bonasera estrenarà el més nou de Sleigh Bells, Kyle Craft, Aquilo, Dream Wife, Pacosan o Björk i descobrirà a noves bandes com a Stereo Honey o Starcrawler. A més, destacarem els concerts de Kakkmaddafakka o Mount Kimbie. Parlarem del Zoom Festival, dels 35 anys de una sala mítica: Sidecar i dels premis del l’Alternativa, Festival de Cine Independent de Barcelona.
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Ville à Dômat: Nothing but music

Music by Bergman: The Orwells

Still in their early 20s, The Orwells have already released two albums and toured with Arctic Monkeys. Their third album, Terrible Human Beings, feels like it should be the next precocious step in an upward progression for the Chicago area garage rockers; instead, it’s a competent but unspectacular offering that’s more likely to reinforce the band’s place as indie rock also-rans than take them to the next level. Today in concert at Sidecar.

Sidecar celebrates 5,000th concerts with Nick Lowe

Sidecar has been the stage for live music in Barcelona since 1982, longer than any other standing concert venue in town. Tonight’s concert is its 5,000th, and they’re celebrating it with a great rock legend, Nick Lowe, who’s sure to fill up everyone’s favourite Plaça Reial basement. The elegant crooner of British pop shares the stage with band Los Straitjackets, a machine of instrumental surf and rockabilly from Nashville.

The human ceremony of Sunflower Bean

Brooklyn-based trio Sunflower Bean – Jacob Faber (drums), Julia Cummings (vocals/bass) and Nick Kivlen (vocals/guitars) – present their debut album, ‘Human Ceremony’ (2016), an explosion of psychedelic dream pop with touches of ’70s punk. They share the bill with two groups from Barcelona, the duo Twin Drama, and the four-member band ¡Viva la novia! in a concert that marks the third anniversary of the of independent music promotor Cooncert. Tonight at Sidecar.