“We are called Mujeres because they (women) are the most beautiful thing in this world. Also, we’ve always seen rock and roll as something sexual.” Pol, Yago, and Arnau have been leading this band for more than a decade, and if something has defined them throughout this time it is their infinite patience; their mettle, observing how younger people grew strong by imitating their craftsmanship while they were forced to contain their cannibal-like hunger, born of their ground-breaking status in the underground. The trio started out in 2008, in the vicinity of a film school, making their debut with a greasy four-cut demo featuring a kind of garage punk with influences like 13th Floor Elevators, Los Saicos and, avowedly, The Monks. Despite these limited credentials they managed to make their way onto the bills at Primavera Sound and Europavox in France, thanks, especially, to a sweaty, incendiary live show revealing them as a young and rising star that had just not found its feet yet. Too trendy for the sideburn scene, or too dirty to coexist alongside The Parrots and Novedades Carminha? Against all odds, Mujeres ended up signing with Sonido Muchacho, and thereafter everything precipitated an unstoppable climb towards the Parnassus of Latin punk-rock. Records like ‘Un sentimiento importante‘ and ‘Siento muerte’ have carved out a niche on the scene inside and outside our borders, endowing them with a brand-new status, with the Catalonians able to release an EP along with colleagues of the stature of Carolina Durante, Cariño, Los Punsetes and Nueva Vulcano. #punk
Friday 19th, 23.30h – Escenario Alhambra
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