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Tuesday 21st of November 2017

Everything tagged with concerts

The Black Keys

Grammy award-winning American duo The Black Keys have experimented with bits of rap, pop and garage rock since they got together in 2001. But what they play loudest and best during concerts is stripped-down blues.

Patrick Wolf

If you are not already a member of The Wolfpack (Wolf’s very aptly named and very loyal fanbase), you might want to know a few things about him before heading down to the gig and perhaps deciding to join. South Londoner Patrick Wolf started experimenting with music from a very early age.

The Hackensaw Boys

Formed in 1999, the Hackensaw Boys are a six-piece string band who are based in central Virginia. They bring their old-time sound to Madrid in a bid to start the year with a rowdy and energetic bang and if you listen to their output, you will probably agree that they are likely to succeed.

Success is instrumental

He has been hailed as the Spanish Mike Oldfield, a considerable comparison for 28-year-old Vitoria-born guitarist Daniel Minimalia, who released his first studio album Cuentos sonoros last autumn. He will be performing in Madrid on 29 January at Sala Clamores, but how does he feel about his music being identified with such a famous English musician?