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Time Out says
Posted: Thu May 1 2014
A steady flow of top live acts passes through El Sol, another remnant of the Movida. The décor is not up to much, but the vibe and the programme make up for that. A mixture of rock, rhythm and blues, punk, soul, and hip hop from national outfits are complemented by visits from international acts that have included the Bellrays, Snow Patrol and Gigolo Aunts. After the concerts, at weekends, you can stay until dawn enjoying a drink and a dance to classic rock and pop mixed with more current music. The average age of the clientele is late-20s to 30s.
What's on at El Sol
Bigott is an example of one of the top representatives of what might be called the 'Spanish American scene', and now he's back in town to present his new album, 'Pavement Tree' (2014), the seventh of his career. It's a successor to the tropical album...
Some of the concerts in Madrid this spring are coming to us thanks to Sound Isidro. This battery of concerts, which includes bands with quite diverse musical styles, brings to the El Sol venue the Swedish duo of Mariam Wallentin and Andreas Werliin, who...