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Next 11th of December we'll welcome the Christmas season with our annual date, Gran Bola de Neu.
A free day of non-stop music programme that this year will feature performances by Pantocrator, YMNK, Los Sara Fontán and Dj Coco at La (2) and DJ sets at La (3).
Finally, the party previos to Christmas we deserve is back!
► LA (3) | warm up with DJ Perras + TBC
► LA (2) | Pantocrator + YMNK + Los Sara Fontán + DJ Coco
They have already gone through twenty crises like yours, they know all your embarrassments, all those truths that you will never admit, your existential dilemmas and your mess with Tinder. In short, they know the story of your life and they tell it to you with acid humour and millennial irony.
Pantocrator, the band from Barcelona are Marta Delmont (bass and voice) and Marina Correa (keyboard), but the truth is that what leads them is their terrible emotional management.
Together with Xiri Romaní on drums and Robert Busquets on guitar, in 2019 they released "Villacapullos". Now, a few singles, EPs and dramas later, they arrive at Apolo with "Sálvame": powerpop and garage music with touches of everyday trashy realism.
YMNK's music is like putting a mad scientist in his favourite place: the laboratory. The result is an electronic patchwork of psychedelic pop beats, handcrafted synths and novelty loops.
Inspired by the avant-garde chaos of Dan Deacon and the psychedelic retro-wave of Caribou, the Lille-based multi-instrumentalist delves into the territories of 8-bit glitch, ambient layers and math-rock.
This performance is supported by Liveurope, the European initiative co-founded by the Creative Europe programme of the EU that supports concert venues in their efforts to promote European emerging artists.
Since ancient Greece, instrumental music has instilled fear for its capacity to push the listener into unrestrained and uncontrolled flights of fantasy.
Clinging to this maxim, Los Sara Fontán decide to explore the irrational and break with the classical forms of production and reproduction.
Formed by the classical and contemporary violin of Sara Fontán and the polyrhythmic energy of Edi Pou, they do not record albums for militancy: their territory is the stage, always physical, passionate, punk.
Part of the beginnings of Nitsa, the electronic club housed in Apolo, Abel Suárez, aka DJ Coco, has had his eyes on the dancefloor since 1994 and has been on the front line since then.
Having shared the DJ cabin with big names on the international dance scene such as Erol Alkan, 2manydjs, Ian Pooley, Justice, Fatboy Slim, Honey Dijon, Todd Terje and Artwork, among others, the Catalan combines his particular vision of the dancefloor, where melodies take on special importance, with the ability to identify pop, house and disco hits and a quality that is the result of his criteria and self-demanding approach.