Tickets

04-May / 21:30

10 € EARLY ENTRY

12 € TICKET OFFICE

RADIO CITY VLC acoge el primer Mamut Fest with a winning trio of bands with tons of energy on Santa Teresa’s stage.

LAGO VERGEL

The second album by Lago Vergel will be titled “Era of Pressure,” in a clear allusion to the turbulent times we are currently experiencing. This is evident in our society, filled with populism, misinformation, and genocides, among other things. We are aware that continuing down this path will inevitably lead us to the abyss. . However, it also stems from an internal perspective, encompassing the personal burdens we carry, from traumas or disappointments to learning experiences and the wounds that never fully heal but we strive to learn to live with. It is a sonorous reflection brimming with optimism, psychedelic pop, and alternative rock, appealing to audiences with diverse musical tastes.

https://www.instagram.com/lago_vergel/

MUTE

Mute was formed in late 2004 in Aspe (Alicante), through the collaboration of Jorge Valero (drums) and Ángel Boronat (guitar), former members of “Alternative Scream” and winners of Circuit Rock in 1995, along with Víctor Prieto (guitar and vocals) and Carlos García (bass). Mute has remained active throughout the years Their two LPs “Historias Mínimas” (2008) and “Estréllate y Arde” (2011), recorded by Kaki Arkarazo and released by Flor y Nata records, stand out. . In the years following “Estréllate y Arde,” the band focused on live performances and recorded several singles compiled in “El enigma de los reptiles,” a self-produced EP released in 2019.

https://www.instagram.com/mute_aspe/

FURYA

Furya was born in 2020 in Valencia with the need to respond, through songs, to the new threats facing our society. Anxiety, loneliness, desolation, and sadness require a strong response through music, and Furya wants to be part of it. Furya embraces the sounds typical of national indie rock, with various influences ranging from the most festival-oriented bands on the national scene to experimentation with sounds typical of post-punk, innovative electronic new wave, and the nostalgic indie rock of the 90s.

The attitude characterizes a group committed to the world around them, using the feeling of fury as their flag: “Fury arises from within, from the deepest part of ourselves. It is a consequence of the times we live in, of the injustice we see every day.”

https://www.instagram.com/furya_oficial/

RADIO CITY VLC acoge el primer Mamut Fest with a winning trio of bands with tons of energy on Santa Teresa’s stage.

LAGO VERGEL

The second album by Lago Vergel will be titled “Era of Pressure,” in a clear allusion to the turbulent times we are currently experiencing. This is evident in our society, filled with populism, misinformation, and genocides, among other things. We are aware that continuing down this path will inevitably lead us to the abyss. . However, it also stems from an internal perspective, encompassing the personal burdens we carry, from traumas or disappointments to learning experiences and the wounds that never fully heal but we strive to learn to live with. It is a sonorous reflection brimming with optimism, psychedelic pop, and alternative rock, appealing to audiences with diverse musical tastes.

https://www.instagram.com/lago_vergel/

MUTE

Mute was formed in late 2004 in Aspe (Alicante), through the collaboration of Jorge Valero (drums) and Ángel Boronat (guitar), former members of “Alternative Scream” and winners of Circuit Rock in 1995, along with Víctor Prieto (guitar and vocals) and Carlos García (bass). Mute has remained active throughout the years Their two LPs “Historias Mínimas” (2008) and “Estréllate y Arde” (2011), recorded by Kaki Arkarazo and released by Flor y Nata records, stand out. . In the years following “Estréllate y Arde,” the band focused on live performances and recorded several singles compiled in “El enigma de los reptiles,” a self-produced EP released in 2019.

https://www.instagram.com/mute_aspe/

FURYA

Furya was born in 2020 in Valencia with the need to respond, through songs, to the new threats facing our society. Anxiety, loneliness, desolation, and sadness require a strong response through music, and Furya wants to be part of it. Furya embraces the sounds typical of national indie rock, with various influences ranging from the most festival-oriented bands on the national scene to experimentation with sounds typical of post-punk, innovative electronic new wave, and the nostalgic indie rock of the 90s.

The attitude characterizes a group committed to the world around them, using the feeling of fury as their flag: “Fury arises from within, from the deepest part of ourselves. It is a consequence of the times we live in, of the injustice we see every day.”

https://www.instagram.com/furya_oficial/

Leer +

Event Categories:

Indie, pop, Rock

ORGANIZER:

Similar Events

27-Jul

17:00

05-Oct

22:30

28-Jul

21:00