Like every year, the cycle of concerts A las Veinte Cero Cero returns, intimate and unique performances in two of the museum jewels of Madrid, the Museum of Romanticism and the Cerralbo Museum.
Four batches of performances in October with the following groups and locations.
MUSEUM OF ROMANCE
NAVEL – Friday, October 14, 8:00 p.m.
Starting from gypsy, this group from Madrid made up of Anika and Ángel fuses different styles such as swing, balkan, jazz, folk, boleros and classical music. Ombligo had its origin in 2015 and, since then, they have not stopped composing and giving concerts throughout Spain, passing through such emblematic venues as the Teatro Circo Price or the Sala Galileo Galilei.
In February 2020 they publish their first studio work, “Soundtrack for a movie that does not exist”, an album recorded and produced by Eduardo Molina at Garlic Records studios during 2019. In it they have collaborations with the likes of Fetén Fetén, Eva Sierra or River Club. Currently accompanying them on double bass is Pablo Navarro (Mastretta, Racalmuto, Marlango…).
Invitations sold out. Participate in the draw for Somos Malasaña to get yours.
FLOWERS – Friday, October 28, 8:00 p.m.
Flores is Quique Gallo. Or Quique Gallo is Flores, the order of the factors does not alter the product. After half a militant life in Valencian underground projects, he finally lets us see his own songs. An immediate revelation: melodies that go from joy to sadness, from the everyday to the melancholic. Everything as if nothing, with an unprecedented ease. As if they have always been there, they are immediately recognizable, familiar and surprising at the same time. Songs that smell of the Mediterranean, light, beach and terrace. The songs on his first album, “Gloria” are immediate, magical, exciting, brimming with wit and truth.
Free entrance. Invitations available here Starting Friday, October 21, at 10:00 a.m.
FLAMARADES – Friday, October 7, 8:00 p.m.
Flamaradas is a Catalan band led by Daniel Magallón, a contemporary singer with a deep voice born in Sant Joan Despí. In his music, the voices of classic singer-songwriters and the beats of popular music resonate without any revisionist spirit. The songs of Flamaradas come to us from the most immediate present with lyrics halfway between surrealism and the everyday.
In 2012 he released his first album, “Cancionero saturnino”; three years later, the second, “Pasaje entre las cañas” (2015). In 2017 the mini LP “Flamaradas al Prat” and the third full-length with the homonymous title “Flamaradas” were released. At the end of 2020, in the midst of a pandemic, “El rumor eternal de la autopista” is published, the band’s fourth LP.
Free entrance. Invitations available on the Cerralbo Museum website from Friday, September 30, at 10:00 a.m.
BYE BYE LULLABY – Friday, October 21, 8:00 p.m.
Bye Bye Lullaby has been active since 2012, has four albums to his credit: California (2012), Origen (2015), Zoologic (2016) and Tucson (2021) and has shared the stage with bands like Loquillo, Depedro, Amaral, Shinova , Corizonas, Second or the Orkesta Mendoza.
Tucson is the new album by Bye Bye Lullaby. The unique band created by Esther Valverde and Dani H. Serrano returns with an album that has been recorded and produced by Craig Schumacher at the Wavelab studios in Tucson (Arizona) and has the special collaborations of Jairo Zavala, Jacob Valenzuela and Sergio Mendoza. It is an eclectic album that drinks and plays with different root music and in which you can find frontier sounds between American folk-rock and the rhythms or arrangements of Latin music, all filtered by the inevitable influences of Spanish music that form part of Bye Bye Lullaby’s identity.
Free entrance. Invitations available on the Cerralbo Museum website from Friday, October 14, at 10:00 a.m.
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