Monday, March 12, 2012

Gala Drop (Golfchannel) + Sunny Graves live (Narwhal/Jahbitat) + Vactor live (Arnau Sala/IVDB) + DJ Gonzo (DNA Club) in La 2 de Apolo, 28th of March

We proudly present a night in La 2 de Apolo, Barcelona, with some amazing acts from the Iberian peninsula: Gala Drop, Sunny Graves and Vactor. On top of that DJ Gonzo (D.N.A. club) will make the time between the gigs more than enjoyable. It will be a combination of an act that has proven itself the last years in Barcelona, Gala Drop, and the first live shows of two new projects by people that have proven themselves very much in the local scene, Sunny Graves and Vactor. It will be a very danceable night that we are very much looking forward to!

Tickets will be 7 euros in pre-sale or 9 euros at the door.
You can buy them in Discos Paradiso (Calle Ferlandina, 9) or online in Codetickets

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Gala Drop was one of the revelations of the last edition of Primavera Club, and delivered a very danceable show in MOOG the last time we brought them to Barcelona. Since their performance in Primavera Club they recorded a record together with Ben Chasny of Six Organs Admittance, making the material they present even better. See the link below for a taste of the record that will be released at the end of the Month.

Sunny Graves is the new solo project of Simon Williams. Simon has been very active in the local music scene first as Jahbitat and later also as one half of the band NARWHAL together with Cristian Subirà (Summer Recreation Camp). This show will be the first live show of Sunny Graves in Barcelona, which given the quality of his earlier projects is a must see. Check out some recordings below:

Vactor is a project of Ivy and Arnau Sala (Les Aus/Béstia Ferida) who met each other in 2011, sparking a collaboration between the two. The proyect merges influences of both, synths shocking with surreal beats, where the hiss of tape and saturation embrace repetitive melodies. Their first demo has been recorded in time spent jointly, but mostly isolated from the rest of the world in Maryland.

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