Saturday, June 20, 2009

Los más tarados de Sasquatch

Lo más divertido de los festivales son los descubrimientos de grupos que traen una energía especial al escenario. En el festival de Sasquatch tuvimos la suerte de encontrarnos con unos cuantos de esos grupos que no se pueden olvidar. Grupos que se recordarán a partir de entonces con una media sonrisa con la que no puedes explicar qué fue exactamente esa experiencia para tí.
Aquí os dejo unos de ellos:


Dissatisfied with the state of the music scene in their hometown of Tel Aviv, the Israeli trio Monotonix formed in November of 2005 with the mission of redefining the rock show. The band, consisting of singer Ami Shalev, guitarist Yonatan Gat, and drummer Haggai Fershtman, channel riff heavy influences Led Zeppelin, the Sonics, and Thin Lizzy to create raw, driving rock & roll. Shortly after forming, they would accomplish their mission in Tel Aviv, defying the expectations of what a rock show should be there.

Natalie Portman's Shaved Head

Now, the electro-pop foursome with the attention-grabbing name is about to go global in a big way with the release of their debut LP, Glistening Pleasure. The album, relentless in its musical pursuit of happiness, features songs about everything you love about that best time in your life! The tracks are energetic, immediately catchy, and irresistibly danceable.

King Khan & The Shrines

Who is this manic Master of Ceremonies who openly confesses to the two grand black bohemians said to be lunatic Sun Ra and George Clinton, and whose stagings certainly remind us of a young Herman Sonny Blount and his Solar Arkestra? In 1995 Khan leaves the frosty soil of the city of Montreal playing the bass for the International-Underground-Legends THE SPACESHITS. The band is produced by Mike Mariconda with a special guest appearance from the Fabulous Andy G (Devil Dogs).

Y aparte... el loco que bailaba sin parar
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