Presentado por TBC ProduccionsA perfect trio demonstrating that a mixture of irony and clever noise can work. Natalia Brovedanni (Santa Rita), Guillem Caballero (Els Surfing Sirles) and Alfonso Méndez (lo: muêso) decided to start Chaqueta de Chándal to shine where many others failed, forging new boundaries in that terrain lying halfway between witty repartee and generational criticism in an art-punk sense. The sound base on which the Catalonians’ songs rest (sometimes almost noise, others with a powerful kraut touch) reveals a manifest fixation with the loudest tunes of the 90s, though, based on what they usually say, it all started as an attempt to cross Neu! with La polla records. May the excitement continue. Taking their capacity for protest to the extreme, Chaqueta de Chándal pulls off a genuine SST sound regenerative maneuver, injecting into songs with some really wacky titles all the tension of legendary groups like Hüsker Dü, Wipers and Mission Of Burma. “Everything needs to change so that everything can remain as it was,” someone once said. According to this principle, Chaqueta de Chándal should have already assumed their status as dynamiters of a school that has been replicated a thousand times. Their influences are, of course, as varied as they are equidistant, the result being, paradoxically, totally coherent. Thus, they can sound like Lyres transmuted into Add N To (X) one second, and the next you find them impersonating an in-Spanish version of the legendary Lost Sounds. Acidic, flamboyant and feisty.Friday 19th, 23.00h – Escenario AIE
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