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Dutch cellist Jurgen van Win is promoting this series of concerts that take place every Thursday. Every show features two of the six Bach Suites. Enjoy baroque music in Romanesque surroundings. (Reservations: 679305718 / 935892855).
Could it possibly be the only Halloween party in town with metal music? If you can't imagine the holiday without its obvious natural soundtrack, get to BeGood to hear hard rock and metal. You'll also get an eye full of terrifying decorations,
Following the huge success of the third year of Piknic Electronik, the organisers of the summer Sundays festival are welcoming autumn with a Halloween party in both rooms at the Apolo, with Philip Jung from MANDY, Ivan Smagghe, the vibrant live
After a year off, the Primavera Club concert series is back in Barcelona. Primavera Sound's kid brother includes concerts in various venues around the city for three days. It kicks off in Apolo's La  with the guitarist from the band that plays
Sala Monasterio joins in the Halloween festivities with a big party of their own, doing what they do best – live music. Dirty Santos will perform, along with friends from some of their favourite groups in Barcelona, as well as the unstoppable
La Penúltima gets into Victorian fancy dress to celebrate the scariest imported festival of the year. The bodega's decor will take you back to the streets of Whitechapel, where Jack the Ripper terrorized London. Soundtrack by DJ Starfighter.
Going south of another border to celebrate the Day of the Dead, Coyote & the Lip invite to you get down with their devilish mix of dirty grooves and indie-punk blues. It's hip hop beats meeting with raw punk and hardcore rock 'n' roll with tasty
La Rebujito chooses to celebrate the local All Saints holiday over the Halloween import (or maybe they just wanted their party on Saturday instead of Friday?) with 'This cemetery isn't very serious' . So it's all about chestnuts and yams and
Macy Gray is something like a cross between Erykah Badu and Lenny Kravitz with a strong temperament inherited from the line of Billie Holiday. What all that means is that Gray's soul and R&B can be sinuous and elegant while at the same time
Dan Snaith, alias Caribou, is back in town after his performance during Sónar 2014. The musician is presenting 'Our Love' (2014), a new serving of electronic melodies camouflaged with pop where this time we get sounds that are more dream pop and
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