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When Magic Club had to stop putting on live shows, the rock scene was left wanting; Rocksound grabbed the torch and has been pulling out all the stops since then. This small room brings in big concerts from local and international bands. When you walk in, you're at once enveloped in the dark rock vibe: elbows glued to the bar, the scent of long-ago smoked tobacco and stale beer already breaking down inhibitions and calling you to do all the crazy and borderline illegal things you hear about at rock concerts. Antoni Celeiro, a carpenter by trade who became a promoter and entrepreneur, only books rock acts – in all its forms: rockabilly, hard rock, country rock, blues ... The stage has been awash in the sweat of such promising international artists as Zach Williams and the Reformations (southern rock), as well as veterans like New Yorker Sonny Vincent, one of the forefathers of punk. There's live music from Tuesday to Saturday, starting at 9pm.
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