Emerging as new esthetes heir to the decadent post-punk of Parálisis Permanente, Rata Negra was formed by two emigrants from other bands: Violeta and Fa of Juanita y los feos; and Pablo, a former a member of La URSS. After releasing the feverish EP Corasones in 2014, the Madrid trio began to develop an underground cult following that has been surging thanks to their muscular, powerful stage performances, which trigger memories of The Cramps or early Black Flag. A paragon of nihilistic proclamations punctuated by cutting riffs with a New Wave flavor, reminiscent of Blondie’s intrepid sensuality and the iconic Kaka de Luxe. Una vida vulgar, their album released this year by Humo Internacional, is the perfect gift to facilitate digestion of the excess of bedroom pop the independent scene has consumed after the lockdown era. It is no coincidence that they have managed to attract the attention of the influential website Stereogum. #punk
Saturday 20th, 22.30h – Escenario SGAE
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