Paula Estevez and Aritz Aramburu launched the Oki Moki project five years ago with some cassette tapes packed with traditional, lo-fi, sweaty punk songs. The duo from Donosti did not take long to take their working-class punk-pop to all kinds of scenarios, stressing their bellicose spirit and a manifest love for 1960s garage bands. Three years after the release of their debut LP Ocean Breeze (2017), Oki Moki returned in the midst of a pandemic with the energetic Working Class Pop, an album that ended up solidifying the foundations of their sound while exuding an emboldened melodic spirit that prompted comparisons to the likes of Superchunk, Built To Spill and Guided By Voices. Their visit to Alhambra Monkey Week promises a whirlwind journey with no brakes towards those 90s when Sub-Pop label was able to rival Michael Jackson himself. #punk-pop
Friday 19th, 17.30h – Escenario SGAE
Friday 19th, 00.30h – Sala Malandar
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