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Start: 23 October
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Something for everyone

Primavera Club returns in October, presenting the best of the international underground.

Category: Cultura | 10 September, 2015
Editorial team

Let’s be honest. Even if you spend every waking moment with headphones in, it’s hard to be on top of all the music that’s out there. And with ticket prices what they are these days, getting to see as many new bands as you’d like is harder on your wallet than it would be on your health. Thankfully, Primavera Club, the winter edition of the summer festival just announced it’s line up for October and it’s a doozy. Despite the relatively unknown nature of many of the bands, a quick listen proves that they’ve been picked for quality rather than hype, a rare occurence these days and for some of us a happy flashback to the early days of the festival. The line-up is also as ecclectic as it is obscure, with every genre imaginable from black metal to techno passing through psychedelia and garage rock all present and accounted for. We’re especially excited about the deconstructed folk of Richard Dawson, as well as Moirés dark deep techno, but with a line up so extensive, there’s bound to be something for everyone.

As per last year the shows will be split up over three days and two venues, and the whole thing only costs 25 euros. Full line up and info at Primavera Club.

Category: Cultura | 10 September, 2015
Editorial team

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