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The hugely influential New York band return after a long dormancy. Now a three-piece after the departure of imposing bassist Carlos D, they should play plenty of doomy, potent, gloomily swirling early noughties favourites tonight such as 'PDA' and 'Evil', as well as new stuff from their long-awaited fifth album 'El Pintor' (see what they did
David Thomas's veteran avant-garage headliners continue to surprise and delight with their wit and twisted pop. Here they're playing to support their new album 'Carnival of Souls', a typically weird-sounding beast inspired by the 1962 horror film of the same name.
The first tracks released by this duo showcase their tense, sombre music, equal parts Noir Désir and Connan Mockasin.
Travel India from Mumbai to Calcutta at Paris’s brand new classical music venue, La Philharmonie de Paris. The last weekend of January will be devoted to celebrating the diversity of Indian music from the classical to the most modern styles. On Saturday afternoon, Andrés Marin’s show ‘Yatra’ (‘Voyage’ in Sanskrit) takes the audience
Acoustic folk, hip hop beats and loop pedals from this bewilderingly popular, carrot-topped maestro, whose 'The A-Team' single catapulted him into the mainstream, while chart-busting debut LP '+' has firmly kept him there. Expect an enthusiastic audience to swoon and shriek uncontrollably in the presence of this (very young) man.