135 results for author: amfest_sergio

Za! (BCN)

They are almost a resident band for us now (this will be their 3rd time at AMFest!) - Za! represent many things we don't want to ever lose: passion, determination, good manners, risk, friendship, DIY, doing things your own way... for all the above, they will close once again our Saturday, being the icing on the cake of a great ... + Info

Brutus (BEL)

The first time we heard Stefanie Mannaerts' voice we stopped doing what we were doing and ran to get pen and paper to write down the name "Brutus". Some voices just release an energy that doesn't belong to this world. The Belgian band, on the great label Sargent House, just released their second album, "Nest", and they will ... + Info

Cocaine Piss (BEL)

After setting on fire stages all over Europe, the band led by Aurélie Poppins will show to AMFest their unique mix of punk and noise that brings them close to bands like Dead Kennedys, Bikini Kill or Melt Banana, and also to confirm why Steve Albini was wearing their t-shirt during one of the most important moments of ... + Info

Tides from Nebula (POL)

It's like they have always been there. We shared with them so many shows and festival all over Europe in the past years. From Warsaw, Tides From Nebula have always delivered great albums, always challenging themselves against their previous works. Amongst our favorites,  Eternal Movement (2013) and Safehaven (2016), two gems ... + Info

Daniel Blumberg (UK)

It has always been our duty to try to book for AMFest the artist that we loved most during the year. And "Minus", by Daniel Blumberg, literally blew us away. It sounds like a classic already. It hurts and excites at the same time. It's intense and sounds like truth. As if, in 2019, all the music we listen to is a big lie and ... + Info

Tides of Man (USA)

A band that loses its singer and decides to move on to the instrumental path, is a friend of ours. Always.  The new "life" of Tides of Man, beginning in 2014 with Young and Courageous, is the most interesting to us: progressive rock, some dreamy emo hints, and a live show people say great things about. It will be their first ... + Info

Ainara LeGardon (EUS)

It isn't easy for us to write about Ainara LeGardon: she is a friend, a mentor, a teacher, one of our favorite artists and we have been lucky enough to share space and time with her over the past years. She is a complete, complex, challenging and committed artist, knowing how to dominate silence more than anybody else, as well ... + Info

Foscor (BCN)

History is full of bands who need to go beyond our borders (labels, festivals, tours) to find some light in the music industry. Take Foscor: their first album, "Les Irreals Visions" was released by Season of Mist and their booking is currently managed by Doomstar Booking. A few months ahead of the release of their long-awaited ... + Info

Los Sara Fontán (BCN)

Being a violin player means knowing clearly what Itzhak Perlman once said: "If you practice something slowly, you forget it slowly”. This might be one of the reasons Sara Fontán has waited so long to go solo for, after 25 years of playing the violin and exploring all kinds of styles and formats, from classical music to ... + Info


What Jose Crypta, AKA JJOS, does can't be labeled as just "drone". That would be too simple, and wouldn't take into account the singularity of what JJOS creates. Do you dare to find it out yourself? + Info