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
Four-man band Allah-Las, who met working at the headquarters of the massive Amoeba Records shop in Los Angeles, show their love for the psychedelic pop of the 1960s along the lines of Zombies, Love, and The Byrds on their second album, 'Worship the Sun'...
Worlds, landscapes, emotions... Making much more than just indie guitar sounds, Justin Vallesteros (the charismatic leader of Craft Spells) banks on emotional and ultra-arranged pop moments with strings, orquestra and a sweet and melacholic voice. Something...