Act 1 of 3 :: ISEL
Time & Location
About The Event
27 March, Saturday: Doors open 17:00. Meet the Artists in a unique 6th Floor Balcony space overlloking Urquinaona. Music starts at 18:00. Our concerts are unique. Your ticket is good for three concerts in one night. Act 1: ISEL, Act 2: TBA, Act 3: Liam Cloud & Jezebel Lies.
M O R E A B O U T T H E A R T I S T S
Isel is a Singer-Songwriter from Barcelona, characterized by nostalgia in her music, you can find the bitter and the sweet in all her songs. Inspired from New York's to Barcelona's night live music (and across the globe), with big influences from Soul, Jazz, Blues, R&B, Boleros... is sharing now in a live version format her first EP "Vermillion".
ACT 3 :
Liam Cloud - Instagram
On Vocals and Guitar is Liam Cloud, co-founder of Front Page News, and a singer-songwriter who plays all over Barcelona and hosted weekly events in Craft for a bout a million years or so. He is a generous artist and graciously shares the spotlight whenever onstage or in the studio co-creating and collaborating with other musicians almost every day. Liam will be releasing an album later on this year. He has this fantasy of inserting guitar solos into everything, which he did for Ruth Lorenzo's Miedo. He has some beautiful new originals never heard before. Don't miss it, come early.
He is amazing. Kaku plays bass for Titan James Music and will wield the keyboard for Act 3 this evening with Liam Cloud. He is a multi-instrumentalist session musician who possesses a higher than usual degree of professional experience. While in Argentina, Kaku won a contest for a pop song he wrote and performed with his musical partner. Their song became a hit all at once, and it got a lot of play on the radio in Argentina. It threw them into the Scene, and they were hobnobbing with the social elite at big parties in Buenos Aires. Kaku had a big hit and a career as a pop star in Argentina. But here he is tonight, don't miss his earlier set with Titan.
More juicy info in Kaku: Buy Him an Italian Ice and Ask Why the Best Songs Sound Good
Bryan Curtis on drums is hardly an unfamiliar character in the local scene. It is always fun to watch Bryan having fun...Perpetually ticks all the boxes on what a good drummer is: He plays with his whole body, plays a perfectly distinct yet subtle game of tag with Joseph on Bass; really listens, picks out complex rhythms and drives the heartbeat. ¨...A guy who knows when to leave space so you hold in your breath for that one second before he gives you the downbeat to exhale.¨ More about him in this piece by the lovely Vanessa Hodgkinson: Interview: Why Resident Drummer Bryan Curtis is a Barcelona Favorite You Can’t Miss!
Joseph Harris on Bass is from North Carolina and based in Barcelona. Co-managing Wylsum Gallery with his partner Ludi. Every single time he does the tag team thing with Bryan and creates his wicked bass riffs, it´s easy to notice heads bobbing around the stage as he gets people sucked into his cool groove. People smile and appreciate an amazing bass player, and that Joseph certainly is. He is prominently featured in the upcoming album and has been working with Liam and Jason Boshoff since last year. Although we miss Stephen Gemillalli on bass, We love Joseph-- you will also!
New article by wicked writer Oliver Shiny: Bass Players are the Backbone of Rock and Roll
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