Acomiadem aquest any amb la millor música del Planeta Terra. Amb la música que no escoltaràs a cap altra emisora. Divus Julius Bonasera estrena el més nou de Mumford & Sons, Kaytranada, San Cisco, Of Monster and Men, MGMT o Travis. Presentem a nous artistes com Blossom Caldarone, Do Nothing, Wwoman, Far Caspian o Haai. També punxarem el més nou de la musa del proper Vida Festival: Angel Olsen. Tornem després de festes!
Dijous/ Thursday 22h/ 10PM 100.5FM ràdio Ciutat Vella
Ville à Dômat: Everlasting Songs
From performing for inmates in a Norwegian gaol chapel to hitting up the best musical festivals around Europe, Sløtface don’t do things by halves. Informed, intellectual, badass and upfront, the young band from Norway’s Stavanger have not only made waves thanks to their pop punk hooks and sharp, relatable lyrics, but also their steadfast belief that a band can do more than just make music.
Having released two years ago a debut that’s playful, gritty and socially-conscious, Sløtface return with ‘Telepathetic’ their first new single since their debut album ‘Try Not To Freak Out’,
Lokoy is the solo project of 21-year-old songwriter, musician and producer Lasse Lokøy – an electronic and explorative listen that stands in kaleidoscopic contrast to his work with acclaimed Norwegian pop-punk collective Sløtface.
Debut single ‘Malibu’ – released June 22 via Propeller Recordings – demonstrates Lokoy’s inquisitive approach to pop writing, combining “Indian folk rhythms, analog synth pads and cellos”, alongside more subtle sampling. ‘Malibu’ features the partnering vocal of Girl In Red (Marie Ulven).