This is how they were presented in Neo2 magazine months ago: “Tiburona, the yé-yé garage feminine trio that you’re going to fall in love with.” Laura, Rita and Carmen are no longer a poorly kept secret, as the music of this actively ironic and mordant group has ended up becoming a powerful reality, enabling them to grace the line-ups of the country’s main festivals. Willing to transmit profoundly feminist messages without being Manichean in their declarations of intent, Tiburona conveys a caustic and mischievous humour that is priceless. Thus, one minute they are dynamiting any attempt at mansplaining, to the sound of fuzz, and the next they’re throwing themselves headlong and with no brakes into a traditionally Spanish twist on the Latin punk of the 60s. A handful of crackling singles and a wiry eponymous EP initiated the unstoppable ascent of these three girls into that unadulterated paradise where Kim Fowley once coexisted with the immortal Runaways. #garage rock
Saturday 20th, 20.30h – Escenario AIE
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