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Curtcircuit 2015: Hidrogenesse

  • Music, Pop

Time Out says

Electronic art-pop duo Hidrogenesse, started in 1996 by Carlos Ballesteros and Genís Segarra, are ready to officially present their new album ‘Roma’ (2015). Their first album since the big tribute they made to the mathematician Alan Turing in their brilliant album ‘Un dígito binario dudoso’ (2012), and it’s an homage to archaeological ruins and all things ancient – the older the better. This album is a labyrinth of styles, songs and choruses with great lyrics, and the concert promises to be bigger than the Roman Empire. The show will carry on into the dawn with a party from SomosLas where Hidrogenesse, Julio César, Guille Milkyway, DJ Coco and Ferdiyei will all be playing DJ sets.


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