Over the last couple years, The Lemon Twigs have appeared poised for an ascension. The project of young Long Island brothers Michael and Brian D’Addario, The Lemon Twigs’ idiosyncratic mixture of garage, psych-rock, and theatrical orchestral-pop leanings quickly garnered the duo plenty of accolades, including from older artists like Todd Rundgren and Elton John. The D’Addarios never seemed to want to rest on that initial success, but instead sought to capitalize on their momentum to get as much music out there as possible, as quickly as possible. Along with the announcement of a new album, the Lemon Twigs have shared a lead single in the form of Go To School’s closer “If You Give Enough.”
Acomiadem la 6na temporada amb bona música. Abracem l’estiu en aquest últim programa de temporada. Divus Julius Bonasera estrenarà el més nou de The Lemon Twigs, Still Corners, Childish Gambino, The Internet o Gruff Rhys i us descobriem a nous artistes com Gently Tender, Grand Pax, Bifannah, Lamine Pet Animal, Mattiel o Haux. Repassarem els concerts de la setmana especialment els de Future Islands i Black Rebel Motorcycle Club i us innformarem sobre el FIB.
Dilluns 19h 100.5FM Ràdio Ciutat Vella 100.5FM
Ville à Dômat: Feels Like Summer
Halfway between London and Mediterranean coasts, the young Alien Tango and his exotic band emerged as one of the most refreshing and unclassifiable groups of the new psychedelia; as bizarre and suitable for the most sophisticated pop. This futuristic kid orchestra made their debut with the EP Supernatural Mango (Red Kashmir Records, 2016), a magma of acid synth melodies, accordion guitars and personal sounds. Going through discosoul and space psych or Indian music, their glam pop places them in the same dimension as Foxygen, Ariel Pink and The Lemon Twigs. Tomorrow in concert at Vida Festival.