Continuing to dazzle, Yves Tumor has shared sizzling new single ‘Jackie’, accompanied by a magnetic video created by Actual Objects, marking their first release since last year’s ‘Heaven To A Tortured Mind’. Alongside the fierce new song, Yves Tumor has also confirmed that they’ll be heading off on a US, UK and European tour.
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Ville à Dômat #275: ‘Weirdos’
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
Primavera Sound 2019
The wildly popular Primavera Sound festival has announced the artists who will take to the stages in its 2019 edition, which will be held at the Parc del Fòrum in Barcelona from Friday, May 30 to Saturday, June 1. This year, half of the artists on the line-up are women, bringing more equality and just as much brilliance to the festival.
Rosalía, Solange, Janelle Monáe, Erykah Badu, Robyn and Miley Cyrus are tops among the list of women performing that also includes highlights like FKA Twigs, Carly Rae Jepsen and Courtney Barnet, plus stellar male artists such as Tame Impala, J Balvin, Future, James Blake and Kurt Vile & The Violators.
Key players who hit it big in the ’90s feature as usual, including Jarvis Cocker, Suede, Stereolab, Nas, Neneh Cherry, Róisín Murphy, Primal Scream, Guided by Voices, Built to Spill, Stephen Malkmus and Liz Phair, who also make room for new sensations of urban music and contemporary pop like Kate Tempest, Princess Nokia, Yung Beef, Empress Of, Charli XCX and Kali Uchis.
The eclectic line-up spans EBM from veterans Nitzer Ebb to alternative rock from Dirty Projectors, plus avant-garde pop from Julia Holter, club pop from Jungle, urban soul from Nathy Peluso, a load of reggaeton artists (Ivy Queen, DJ Playero, Japanese, Don Chezina, Hurricane G, Tony Touch) and much more.
As for electronic music, look out for Richie Hawtin, Nina Kraviz, Modeselektor, Helena Hauff, Objekt, Veronica Vasicka, Yves Tumor, Apparat, Suzanne Ciani, SOPHIE and Mykki Blanco, as well as artists in Primavera Bits, a festival within the festival on the other side of the Por Fòrum bridge.
Divus Julius presents…Yves Tumor
Fear, chaos, fragility, strength, pleasure, pain, love… above all, love; Yves Tumor’s art expresses all this and so much more. If there is such thing as an iconoclastic artist in today’s musical scenario, Yves Tumor is one of them. At the crossroads between performance art, BDSM practices, ritual experiences and full on punk/rave destruction, his live show is one of the most mind-bending around.
Unpredictable and undefinable, the enigmatic producer’s music is indeed a serpent, slithering through the deepest levels of human emotion. Following previous work on PAN, Janus and various self-released sonic excursions, he is set to release his his new album “Safe in the Hands of Love” via Warp.
His performance at MIRA 2018, today, will be the Spanish premiere of his new A/V show in collaboration with visual artist, coder and designer Ezra Miller. If Miller’s previous work with artists such as Evian Christ, Suicide Year and Oneohtrix Point Never is anything to go by, their performance will be an experience that will become deeply ingrained in the minds and bodies of those present.
Mira Festival 2018
The first edition of this festival, back in 2010, had eight activities on its programme. This year, there are over 70 planned, spread out over three days. Despite this growth, the philosophy is still the same: to put the audience in the centre of avant-garde sound and visual experiences created by artists from all over the world. MIRA is a music and digital arts festival, but above all it’s an experimental funfair, and something you won’t be able to see anywhere else in Barcelona.
Things get underway with Nicolas Jaar’s ‘¡Miércoles!’ (Thu 8, 5pm-8pm), a three-hour jam with Mexican dancer Stéphanie Janaina and an immersive system with 50 speakers. Plus don’t miss the exclusive MIRA DOME by Adidas Originals, the first 360-degree dome in Barcelona, where you’ll see innovative international acts. This year the festival also takes over the first floor at Fabra i Coats, with the exhibition ‘The Search for (Modern) Pleasure’, which you can check out until December 16, and which explores the concept of pleasure in the digital age.
Highlights among the musical performances include Tangerine Dream (Fri 9), Carla del Forno (Fri 9), Seefeel (Sat 10), Yves Tumour (Sat 10), Atom™ (Sat 10) and DJ Stingray (Fri 9). Get more info at the festival website. All this week at Fabra i Coats.
Hit of the week: Yves Tumor “Licking An Orchid”
Experimental provocateur Yves Tumor contines his poppier direction with “Licking An Orchid” a new song featuring James K, who made bizarre and haunting pop music with Gobby as Seth. Daniel Sannwald direct Yves Tumor in a video full of ethereal lighting and dancing with one strange doppelganger.