Posts tagged as "Music"
Amsterdam Dance Event

Amsterdam Dance Event

The nineteenth edition of the Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) will take place from the 15th to 19th of October 2014. Over the last three years the world’s leading event for electronic music has almost doubled in size, and ADE’s organizers are confident of maintaining above average year on year growth rates for the foreseeable future....
Wish I Was Here (Zach Braff)

Wish I Was Here (Zach Braff)

The popular actor Zach Braff, who was nominated for an Emmy and a Golden Globe for his role as Dr. John ‘JD’ Dorian in the ‘Scrubs’ series (2001-2010), premieres his second film as director after a decade since his debut with Garden State. A film that once garnered an Independent Spirit Award for Best First...
Sónar 2014: in-between the present and the future…

Sónar 2014: in-between the present and the future…

Barcelona is a sunny and pleasant city year-round; yet, around early June it feels almost even more pleasant. It is indeed an ideal time to enjoy the city before the sun and crowds hit hard; and for some, it means three days of day & night festivities by mid-June. It is when the Sónar fever takes...
Twenty feet from stardom (Morgan Neville)

Twenty feet from stardom (Morgan Neville)

The Californian Morgan Neville has spent over 20 years filming musical productions since he decided to make a turnaround on his career as a journalist to devote himself to the cinema in 1993. Twenty feet from stardom, nourishing from those two decades of experience uncovers in the masterly way of the good connoisseur the intricacies...
Falling and laughing

Falling and laughing

Lost in Music. A Pop Odyssey Giles Smith 310 pages Contra When Giles Smith wrote this book, he never imagined that twenty years later it would be translated into other languages. The writer’s first creative drive was not writing but pop music. It did not work out though. The bands he founded never achieved the...
Primavera Sound – a music geek’s guide for survival

Primavera Sound – a music geek’s guide for survival

183 concerts, 8 stages, 3 days, 2 tired legs, 1 long wishlist A music geek’s guide for survival, clash & crisis management, and what you should discover Thousands around the world held their breaths on a cold evening late-January, as Line-up the movie finally put an end to end the mystery surrounding that pressing question...
Climbing up the walls, sliding down the rabbit hole...

Climbing up the walls, sliding down the rabbit hole…

XTRNGR aims for new heights with his last album Climbing, and discovers a new sonic universe… If the name XTRNGR gives you the impression of a cold stage persona, as cryptic as its spelling, and as distant and “strange” as its pronunciation might suggest, then you’ve never been acquainted with Kenny Pérez and his music. And...
The Mile-High Festival: ELECTROSNOW

The Mile-High Festival: ELECTROSNOW

   Among all the music festivals, if one would be awarded for its ability to seduce people only with its name, it should be Electrosnow… Especially because it’s not just a name picked to sound “cool” – it is exactly what the festival offers: electronic music by world-class DJs, snow, skiing / snowboarding, lots of...
Keep Real Birds. Round two.

Keep Real Birds. Round two.

After the success of the first venue, Keep Real Birds take their second night at the Barts Club in Barcelona with the same spirit of diversion and synergy. Next Friday, the 4th October, from 10:30 pm, this group of electronic birds have a date. In this event, they will introduce you to the Spanish DJ...
PAN

PAN

At the beginning of 2010, the Instituto Provincial de Arte of Mar del Plata inspired these young people: Ariel Zurdo, Matias Vilariño, Pablo Guzzo, Juan Ignacio Elvira and Pablo Patrani so they decided to start rehearsing weekly, unleashing their creativity and talent. They are called PAN, an Argentinian band which was formed by dedicating whole...
Cuatro Vientos

Cuatro Vientos

In a world where ephemeral things and counter-current ideas prevail, there are well-known groups such as Cuatro Vientos, a band with argentine roots which has 25 years of experience. The group is composed by Diego Maurizi, Jorge Polanuer, Julio Martínez and Leo Heras, the four saxophonists we have now the pleasure to talk with. FLIC...