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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
Islandic electropop group FM Belfast has been gathering fans and great reviews since they started out half messing around toward the end of 2005, when Árni and Lóa decided to record a song as a Christmas gift for their friends. The song started
Everything good must end. After 11 years touring the world, with 370 concerts in 15 countries on three continents, after having collaborated with some of the best artists in the world of Jamaican music as well as soul, including Biky Griptite (The
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
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One of the world's top viola players, German musician Tabea Zimmerman, puts on a performance of chamber music in the Auditori, along with clarinet player Jörg Widmann, and Denés Varjón on piano. The programme includes pieces from various
We're all looking forward to the performance by Londoners Jungle (9.20pm), who appeared out of nowhere in 2013 and within a year have become the new spokesband for urban music thanks to their elegance in bringing soul and funk to the house of
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
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).
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
Australian brother and sister act Angus & Julia Stone, who wowed a happy crowd at the 2014 edition of Barcelona's Cruïlla music festival, kick off the 16th Millennium Festival with their blend of folk and blues. They'll also present songs from
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