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Jardin de la Croix, free show in Barcelona

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Jardin de la Croix will be performing in the release party of ‘Super Heavy’, the new double IPA of Nómada Brewing on 30th november What a surprise! Next saturday 30th november, Jardín de la Croix will make a really special show. It will be a free show at The Black Sheep Tavern (inside the Ovella Negra Poble Nou Barcelona). No ticket needed, no invitations, no website lists. Just be on time at 21:00h at ‘The Black Sheep Tavern’ and we’re sure you can see the gig![…]

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First 2019 shows announced

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DobleCapa are announcing their first gigs for this year, including their show at the magnificent Madcool festival in Madrid: Viva Belgrado have announced their first shows for 2019, here is the poster: Marina Herlop has been confirmed for two important shows, as support of Novo Amor in Razzmatazz 3 (10th of May) and at Sound Isidro Festival in Madrid. Marina Herlop, Jardín de la Croix, Viva Belgrado and Astralia are working at their new albums. More news to come soon! Our[…]

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New Jardín de la Croix album in October

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It’s not just their amazing live shows, their impossible tappings and their crazy patterns. JARDIN DE LA CROIX  has written some of the most brilliant pages of the new European math-rock over the last few years. If with their last album, “187 steps to cross the universe” (2013, Lar Gravacions) they confirmed their evolution, this 4-piece band from Madrid will release in October  “Circadia” (Aloud Music / Lar), a statement of rock with hints of schizophrenia that reaffirms their love[…]

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Jardín de la Croix sign for Aloud Music

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Jardín de la Croix will publish their next album with Aloud Music Ltd. The Madrid-based band has chosen the label from Barcelona, specialized in instrumental rock, to give physical format to their new songs, due to be released in October 2016. Jardín de la Croix stopped being a secret of the European instrumental scene a long time ago. Their style is difficult to label, their smart mix of progressive rock, math-rock and post-rock makes them unique. Some say their technical level should be studied in schools, and they[…]

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