Tag Archives: The Bohicas

Music by Bergman: ISLAND

ISLAND are not yet a household name, but with some releases so far, it can’t be long for these boys, who have already supported Palace, The Bohicas, and Amber Run, the majority of these being sold-out shows.

The band have a very similar sound to The Kooks of yore. ISLAND’s Rollo Doherty, vocalist and frontman of the band, has a vocal sound similar to that of Luke Pritchard (The Kooks). The sound of the band is a nice colourful soundscape; something that fills you with instant joy.

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Ville à Dômat: Capítol 117

Estrenem la nova cançó de David Bowie i us ho explicarem tot sobre el seu proper nou disc. Divus Julius Bonasera presentarà a noves bandes com Sunflower Bean, Imaginary People, Arthur Beatrice, Poema, Little May o She-Devils A més estrenarem el més nou de Poliça, Savages, Grimes o Majical Cloudz. Entrevistarem a Jordi Comellas, director del Zoom Festival que tindrà lloc aquesta setmana a Barcelona. El mestre Bergman analitzarà la nova cançó de Coldplay i ens endinsarem en la nova minisèrie de la BBC “Guerra i Pau”.
Dilluns 18.45pm 100.5FM
Ville à Dômat: All We Need Is Music.

The Making of The Bohicas

The Bohicas practiquen un rocanrol accelerat i ballable que els està portant molt lluny: l’èxit dels singles del seu primer EP va aconseguir que fessin de teloners de Franz Ferdinand i es passessin l’estiu girant per festivals. Vénen al Razz a presentar el seu primer LP, The Making Of: tota una lliçó de blues i krautrock enfocadíssim a la pista de ball. Avui a Razzmatazz.

Productora de Pardals: The Bohicas

Mestre Bergman travells once more to London to introduce us to a brand new band.: The Bohicas. The same intuition that led Domino to chase after bands such as Franz Ferdinand and Arctic Monkeys has led them to notice The Bohicas, a London four-piece band that has taken shrill rock, saturated guitars and the influence of art-rock filtered through the darkness of powerful blues and punk. Only one EP and the impact of sings such as “XXX” and “Swarm” robust explosions of punk rock with hints of kraut, have led them to support Franz Ferdinand at several concerts and to become a sort of impossible cross between the Velvet Underground and the Black Keys.