martes, 15 de mayo de 2012

Viernes 18/5: Black Bombaim (PT) + Cuzo



Black Bombaim
Can a power trio change a city in 2010? Can a band in these times of doubt and uncertainty drag others from the comfort of their couches (and TV Parties of this world) into the chaos of stages run by infernal riffs? The answer is, probably yes. Black Bombaim have done more for Barcelos in the last years than its local symbol, the Rooster has done in decades of history, and now, with “Saturdays and Space Travels” they write their name with golden letters in an imaginary wall, the same wall that has the name of all that make Rock an unpredictable and more exciting universe. Everyone knew that on stage, Black Bombaim were an explosive cocktail of demonic riffs and powerful hooks; what they didn’t knew was, even though after a promising debut EP, these guys from Barcelos would be able to confine in vinyl such a stoner and psychedelic discharge. From side A to side B there’s no time to breathe. There’s only time to pick up the shrapnel of unforeseeable explorations; where Ron Asheton and the Stooges take to the limit the chaos from the final disorder of “T.V. Eye”, where the Rock frees itself from decades and decades of rules and conventions. Can that way a power trio change a city in 2010? We don’t know, but we’re thrilled to get there, ridden by forbidden riffs and eternal feedback.


Cuzo
Partiendo de unos inicios fuertemente marcados por Goblin y el rock setentero de bandas como Blue Cheer o Black Sabbath, el grupo -con algo más de 100 conciertos a sus espaldas- ha ido evolucionando poco a poco hacia un discurso más personal e imaginativo que sin embargo no pierde de vista a sus referentes. En "Alquimia Para Principiantes" (Bcore, 2012) el trio formado por Pantaleón (guitarras, teclados), Pep Caravante (batería) y Fermín Manchado (bajo) se embarca en ocho excursiones instrumentales que plantean una refrescante revisión del hard rock progresivo y psicodélico de los 70, con momentos para la nostalgia y la recreación festiva (trallazos hendrixianos como “Mundo Subatómico”) pero también para la exploración más personal. Un verdadero viaje musical que nos masajea los sentidos y nos hace salir volando hacia el sol.


El viernes 18 de mayo en La Faena II. 21:30 horas, 6 euros.

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