The French band led by Patou and Jean-Philippe returns to Madrid on April 29 to present their next album “Angels and Demons”. The album will be published later this month. Mixing high tech visual effects and powerful songs, they manage very well to convey new sensations among the audience. As if “seeing and feeling the sounds” was natural, access to « rinôçérôse » music seems innate. The other particularity of the band is that they welcome and always have different singers in their albums. The performances of the vocalists are reinforced by the talent of the duo when it comes to composing music. That’s why prestigious names always appear on their albums.
Bearoid’s new single, “At Your Funeral,” is a R&B track with a broken rhythm and a powerful chorus made of titanic brasses, melancholic vocals and lyrics that tell a true story. Bearoid is the electronic pop project of Dani Belenguer, singer and producer from Valencia but based in Barcelona. A project originated with the vision of bringing club music to home speakers, as well as filling the dance floors, festivals and concert halls with color and energy. It is an intimate travel, where the personal life of the composer is frankly reflected in each of the songs: fears, dreams, moods, real stories or invented with a real basis.
Pajaro Sunrise has finished his winter tour with a pair of historic Sold Outs in Murcia and Madrid, but in spring he will return to tour, this time with his band. They have several dates. In April he will be in Donosti, Zaragoza, Madrid and Barcelona. His new album, “The Collapse” (Lovemonk) is a work of pop full of contrasts, with rather cheerful melodies and melancholic lyrics, but with humor – as it should. In addition the title proved somewhat prophetic: after recording the disc, and back in Madrid, the world of Yuri really collapsed. But that’s another story. Beyond Pajaro Sunrise, Yuri Mendez’s songs have been featured in movie soundtracks, television series and commercials such as The Big C, Castle, El Lince Perdido, Vodafone and McDonald’s.
Friday, April 21 MADRID – Café Berlín (SON Estrella Galicia)
“Ifwe have to put labels, we would say that they practice a power pop similar to Teenage Fanclub, Nada Surf, Redd Kross… but that also approaches to Los Planetas, to Lori Meyers, to Lagartija Nick, to Niños Mutantes, always maintaining a guitar base that perhaps distances them from that standardized pop sound.” (Bandalismo) After the tour of the first album presentation and the passage of the band by festivals such as Portamérica, Gijón Sound, Let’s Festival, Contempopránea (as a revelation group), Oba Festival or Noroeste, Sensacional has already published its new work: “Desde el limbo”. This second album is a step further in terms of sound, color and nuances. Ten tracks in which he has pampered every little detail, embodying the best of Sensacional in each one of them.
Joanne Shaw Taylor is already number one UK star in the world of blues rock. The girl with a great voice from Black Country has travelled extensively around the world and has released critically acclaimed albums, winning fans and acting alongside some of her musical idols. At age 16 she was discovered by Dave Stewart of Eurythmics, and in May 2009 released her debut album, White Sugar (Ruf Records). In 2010 and 2011, she won the award for Best Female British Vocalist in addition to the Songwriter of the Year Award with Same As It Never Was. She will perform in Madrid at Sala el Sol on April 7th presenting Wild, her latest album that reaffirms her as a great artist. Not only in the blues scene, also in the rock music scene in general. Having played supporting names like Joe Bonamassa, Tedeschi Trucks, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Glenn Hughes, John Mayall or Wilko Johnson, Joanne Shaw Taylor is poised to be the ultimate blues-rock queen.