Categoría:Grupos de música de Barcelona
Páginas en la categoría «Grupos de música de Barcelona»
Esta categoría contiene las siguientes 52 páginas:
Esta categoría contiene las siguientes 52 páginas:
1. Hidrogenesse – Hidrogenesse is a Catalan pop band whose members are Carlos Ballesteros and Genís Segarra. They are also influenced by 70s music like German bands La Düsseldorf and Kraftwerk and UK glam acts as Gary Glitter, although they have been together since 1996, they didnt release anything until Lujo y Miseria compilation in 1998. In year 2000, they released their first single Así se baila el siglo XX, what came next, in 2001, was Eres PC, eres Mac, another EP that shares with the previous one their weird sense of humour. It contains a cover of Technical, by The Magnetic Fields, one year later, their first album, Gimnàstica passiva, was released. 1987 is also an album by The KLF, a five-year break followed, when they wrote and planned a new album. In 2007 they released their album, Animalitos, recorded with drummer Alfonso Melero from Spanish band Hello Cuca. It features glam rock beats, fuzz guitars, analog synthesizers, twelve songs about pets, wild beasts and social animals, including Disfraz de tigre and Caballos y ponis. Seventies production, sing-along tunes and some krautrock inspired mantras, the release of the new album Animalitos was followed by a Spanish tour. In 2008 they have released another album, Bestiola, influenced by early German electronica and featuring reinterpretations of old songs, covers and that release was followed by their first tour in USA and México. Hidrogenesse created an installation with funerary statuettes and different found objects as a parody of archeological museums, the whole project is a tribute to Terenci Moix. In May 2012, they released an album to Alan Turing. Recital para Alan Turing, a recital that debuted in their shows for The Magnetic Fields 2012 Spanish tour. The album has had great critic and public acclaim, selected Record of The Year by Rockdelux magazine and its eight songs are about Turings life and work. Hidrogenesse have remixed songs by La Bien Querida, Javiera Mena, Fangoria, Los Punsetes and others, in 2012 Hidrogenesse have produced Vigila el fuego by female riot-folk singer-songwriter Lidia Damunt and Rockn Roll by Spanish duo Espanto. In 2014 they produced Singles album Rea, considered Best Album of the Year by magazine Rockdelux, algora, Poesía anti-vértigo La Bien Querida,9.6 French hot-dog remix and 9Hidrogenesse – performance in Pontevedra, October 2008
2. Katarrama – Katarrama is a band formed in 1999 in Barcelona. They practice radical metal with tracks sung in both Spanish and Catalan, with a political edge. S. The Katarrama Stuma lyrics are in Viasona In 2005 they recorded their second studio album En silenci, with most tracks sung in Catalan and a more sophisticated sound. This new work was recorded, mixed and produced by David Rosell in the studio Can Pardaler in Taradell, mastering was by Michael Schwabbe at Monoposto studio in Düsseldorf. Collaborate on disc Xato trombonist, singer Pau Llonch, poet Jordi Bilbeny, there are some album reviews on local magazines. Lyrics are, also, in Viasona In 2006 the singer Lluís Sendra left the group to meet Reclam, its draft Management, being replaced by Carles Angla. This time, disc collaborations are trombonist Xato, David Rosell himself on vocals, trumpet, guitars, Joan Sanchez on guitars, the album includes a version of the song “Jo hi sóc si tu vols ser-hi” by the Catalan singer-songwriter and musician Lluís Llach. There are some album reviews on local magazines and on the net, the Kada verS lyrics are, also, in Viasona, as well as radio and TV interviews. In the late 2009, Katarrama recorded his first promotional videoclip for the song No és pessimisme, in early 2010, Katarrama presented his live Kada verS show at Avinyó, video recorded by Psicovisio, and Barcelona. At this time find themselves immersed in local, preparing to return to new scenes tour. Since its formation, have performed at corner where they have left, playing in Catalonia, Euskadi. You can download some themes on Grooveshark or on its official websiteKatarrama – Katarrama at Les Corts (Barcelona) in 2010. From left to right: Joan Sánchez Gallardo, Albert Godayol, Carles Angla, Oriol Iglesias, Albert Iglesias and Xato (Dr. Calypso).
3. Manel – Manel is an indie pop band from Barcelona who sing in Catalan. They released their first album in 2008 and they describe their musical style as a synthesis of pop and folk music. Critics have linked their style to that of other Catalan-speaking musicians such as Pau Riba, Jaume Sisa, the members of Mãe do Manel met while attending Costa i Llobera school in Barcelona. They first came to attention as finalists in the 2007 Sona9 music competition. With the prize money they were able to cover the costs of their debut album, Els millors professors europeus. The album, recorded at Estudis Nòmada 57 between June and October 2007 and produced by Discmedi, was released the year to critical acclaim. The Catalan magazine Enderrock pronounced it the best pop-rock album of the year, in its issue of January 2009, Rockdelux described it as the third best Spanish album of the previous year, while the magazine MondoSonoro rated it the seventh-best. The video for Dona estrangera, directed by Sergi Pérez Mañas, was awarded the prize for best video at the 2008 Cinemad festival. Apart from the featured on Els millors professors europeus, the groups repertoire includes cover versions of No tenyoro by Els Pets, La Tortura by Shakira. Els millors professors europeus went gold, selling more than 30000 copies and their second album, from which two songs were released in February 2011, went on sale on 15 March 2011 titled 10 milles per veure una bona armadura. In ten days, it became the album in Spain. The title comes from a phrase pronounced by Kenneth Branagh in Much Ado about Nothing. In its first week, it more than 10,000 copies and reached number 1 on the CD sales chart in Spain. This second album was released on vinyl. Atletes, baixin de lescenari is the studio album by the Spanish group Manel, published by and distributed by Warner Music in CD, vinyl. The album was released on 16 April 2013, in its first week, the album reached number one on Promusicae billboards in Spain selling more than 10,000 copies. Arnau Vallvé, Vocals, percussion, and MIDI, martí Maymó, Vocals, bass, contrabass, clarinete and sweet flute. Roger Padilla, Vocals, guitar, banjo, melodica, mandola, ukulele, guillem Gisbert, Main vocals, ukulele and guitarManel – Guillem Gisbert.
4. Mishima (band) – Mishima is a Catalan indie pop band from Barcelona, Spain. Formed in 1999, the band consists of David Carabén, Marc Lloret, Dani Vega, Xavi Caparrós, the groups name refers to Japanese author Yukio Mishima. Mishimas first two albums, recorded in English were well received by the critics, but their success came in 2005, with the release of the third album. Pagar la multa, in the Catalan language and their subsequent albums have been in Catalan. They released their album in 2007. Titled Set tota la vida, it consists of by nine stories written, Spanish music magazine Rockdelux called it one of the best Spanish albums of the decade. In 2010, their album, Ordre i aventura, was released in Barcelona. In 2011, they played at the Palau de la Música Catalana, lipstick traces, The Rest is Silence/Discmedi. The fall of man, The Rest is Silence/Discmedi. Lamor feliç, The Rest is Silence/Warner, lànsia que cura, The Rest is Silence/Warner. Palau Mishima Mishima on Myspace Discography and lyricsMishima (band) – Mishima, performing at Vic in 2009
5. Ojos de Brujo – Ojos de Brujo was a nine-piece band from Barcelona who describe their style as jipjop flamenkillo. The band sold over 100,000 copies of their self-produced Barí album, Flamenco is clearly central to their sound, Ramón Giménez observed the magic lies in the flamenco. that is the heartbeat of Ojos de Brujos songs. However, they are not pure flamenco. Xavi Turull said. we arent trying to do flamenco, what we are doing is using the richness of flamenco and the richness of other music to build up something different. Maybe sometimes I would say that flamenco is the strongest ingredient, upon the release of their first album, Vengue, the flamenco fusion group did receive a lot of skepticism and criticism from the flamenco purists. Many of them refused to acknowledge that the music was true flamenco, however, according to the group, their music reflects the past of flamenco and its multicultural roots. The gypsies themselves are diverse and multicultural, a people from the Indian subcontinent, Ojos de Brujos takes this same theme and blends flamenco music with the diverse musical genres of today like hip hop and pop to modernize flamenco. For example Flamenco is combined in their music with influences including Afro-Cuban, the rap and scratching/turntablism of Hip Hop. The music of Ojos de Brujo uses the drama of flamenco, usually the focus of Ojos songs are the vocals by Marina La Canillas Abad, which move smoothly from gritty flamenco wail to authoritative rapping. The blend of music opens up their base and provides more opportunity to keep creating new types of sounds. Ojos de Brujo also appeals to the youth by addressing social issues, the group name, Eyes of the Sorcerer reflects this theme. According to group members, the eyes of the sorcerer look deeper into the issues, many people think that the band is named Eyes of the Witch. However, Brujo is masculine, Bruja is the Spanish for witch, moreover, none of their songs address politics, instead many reveal current social situations in Spain. Mixing “dub, hip hop, and flamenco, just to name a few, allows Ojos de Brujo a wide range of expression. ”Creating variety in beats, lyrics, and instruments only enhances their social and cultural message and reflects the modern and highly globalized society in which they performOjos de Brujo – In concert