By Ch. L
Oscar Galea, bass player of the groups Sweat like an ape and Zero Branco, releases his first album under the name of Tio Madrona. A mixture of haunted blues and flamenco-punk that he will play on Thursday 1st at Vivres de l’art
Mixing blues, flamenco, folk like “Paris Texas”, punk, industrial and Arab-Andalusian music: only Oscar Galea can do that. Under the name of Tio Madrona, the bassist of the groups Sweat like an ape and Zero Branco, released his first album on Dachshund Club, the label of Sol Hess.
He will defend it on stage this Thursday, December 1 at the Vivres de l’art, in the company of the visual artist Adrien Demont. “I have an hour-long set based on samples, guitar, bass, percussion and sound processing,” he says. Adrien accompanies him with his drawings in real time. I even put a microphone in his boxes so that there would be more interaction between us. I capture the sounds it produces and rework them in real time. It’s more of a performance than a concert. »
Thursday, December 1, 9 p.m. 6 euro. Admission + CD: 12 euros. Admission + vinyl: 22 euros – lesvivresdelart.org