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Le Classique: Texas

Scottish band Texas, fronted by Sharleen Spiteri, have been playing together around the world for 25 years, and they’re still going and in great form. 68 palabras más


Music by Bergman: Mount Kimbie

In just five years, the British post-dubstep duo Mount Kimbie has earned the utmost respect from the press and the great electronic parish thanks to their acclaimed debut, ‘Crooks & Lovers’ (2010). 64 palabras más


Favourite Gig: Father John Misty

Consolidat com a Father John Misty i convertit en el guru del pop folk nord-americà del nostres temps convulsos, Josh Tillman torna a Barcelona per presentar el seu tercer disc sota el nom de Father John Misty, el polític i conscientment transcendent ‘Pure comedy’ (2017), que arriba després del brillant ‘I love you, honeybear’ (2015). 49 palabras más


Hit of the week: Algiers 'The Underside of Power'

Soulful experimental rock outfit Algiers have released their sophomore album, The Underside of Power. The follow-up to the multinational band’s 2015 self-titled debut is out June 23rd via Matador Records. 30 palabras más


Music by Bergman: Gengahr

When Gengahr’s comeback single ‘Carrion’ rolls into life, the most noticeable change from their brilliant debut ‘A Dream Outside’ is the vocals of Felix Bushe. 58 palabras más


Music by Bergman: Vessels

Leeds-based five-piece Vessels have shared the first cut to be taken from their new album, which is set to be released later this year.

Muscular, vibrant and euphoric, ‘Radiart’ is a hearty cut of dystopian techno that’s been cross pollinated with band’s penchant for playing live — and there’s no doubt in our mind ‘Radiart’ is going to be the centrepiece of the band’s forthcoming live shows when their as-yet unnamed new album drops later this year. Tonight in concert at Razzmatazz.


Our Home @ Razzmatazz

Welcome to Buried Clothes New Temporary Home!

We are happy to announce that our new “Place To Be” until the end of the year is super cozy & rare basement of bar Razzmatazz. 95 palabras más