BAM 2016: Lloyd Cole + C. Tangana + The Goon Sax + Triángulo de Amor Bizarro + Sr. Chinarro...

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Fàbrica Estrella Damm

The Antiga Fàbrica Estrella Damm is one of the main stages for the BAM festival concerts, and this Saturday there's a day full of live music there that gets underway at midday with the muscular guitar pop of Mallorcans Da Souza (12.30pm) and from Galicia Emilio José e Os Indígenas (1.30pm), who take you through rural pastures of pop with a tropical touch. Later on, the concerts continue with Australian band The Goon Sax (5.15pm), a trio of teen musicians who play classic pop, featuring guitarist and lead singer, Louis Forster, son of The Go-Betweens' Robert Forster. You'll also be able to catch prolific Sevillian composer Antonio Luque (Sr. Chinarro, 6.30pm), with his amazing latest album, 'El progreso' (2016); English singer-songwriter now working out of the USA Lloyd Cole (7.45pm) taking part in BAM as part of his 'Playing the Classic Lloyd Cole Songbook 1983 to 1996' tour; and C. Tangana (9pm) from Madrid, with his hip hop with strong connections to contemporary R&B, alternative pop and electronica. Closing the night are Galicia's Triángulo de Amor Bizarro (10.15pm), one of Spain's biggest alternative rock bands since 2007, when they released their debut album.


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