Time Out says
Posted: Tue Aug 28 2012
This concert hall/nightclub has become the city's paradigm of indie clubbing and good live music in an informal atmosphere. Artists new to the scene as well as acclaimed pop, rock, folk and international electronic music stars grace the stage every day of the week.
Sala Apolo Nou de la Rambla, 113
What's on at Sala Apolo
London producer George Fitzgerald is a DJ looking for his place in the world with his sessions somewhere between techno and dubstep, with touches of house and garage. And it's all wrapped up in darkness and treachery.
The electro-lesbian collective is back at Nitsa just in time for Easter. At the decks you'll find Vicky Groovy, Rosario and Elektroduenda. The girls are warriors and in fluorescent colours.
- Critics' choice
The Líbido party merges for one night with The Monkey Bar, one of the most active promoters in Barcelona. To celebrate, the Apolo is bringing in a veritable celebrity in the world of electronica, one of the bastions of house, Rick Wilhite. Known as 'The...
Suara, Barcelona producer and DJ Coyu's own label, has become one of the hottest around when we're talking about dance music. His stable of artists includes acts like Hot Since 1982 and Tube & Berger. Tonight he appears along with Kaiserdisco.
If you go to Brunch Electronik and you leave hungry for more, keep the party going at Apolo, where they're taking full advantage of the holiday the next day. At the decks will be Morgan Hammer, a young French DJ and producer who finds influences in nearly...
Canadian Mathew Jonson has become an indispensable pat of understanding electronic dance music that borrows from the roots of jazz as its primary influence. His reputation has earned him points with his work as a member of Cobblestone Jazz.