Welcome to the dual natures that exist within the SKIP&DIE universe; filled with cosmic psychedelia, metamorphic body shaking, socio-political undertones and an infinite opposition to the status quo. Their debut album “Riots in the Jungle” was recorded on a transdisciplinary trip through South Africa (lead singer Cata.Pirata’s homeland) and then finalized in the electronic valhalla of Amsterdam. The group consists of Jori Collignon on keys and FX, artist & vocalist Catarina Aimée Dahms aka Cata.Pirata, Gino Bombrini on percussion/guitar and Daniel Rose on sitar/guitar/saz. Genre-blending ...
Juana Molina, SKIP&DIE and Yasmine Hamdan will all perform at the UK's premier festival this week.
SKIP&DIE, who are working on their new album to be released in early 2015, have completed a last video for their acclaimed album "Riots In The Jungle". The video was just premiered by Vice's music channel Noisey, in the UK, Germany, France and The Netherlands. You can watch it here. The band will be performing on the Silver Hayes Stage on Thursday 26th, 2:00 a.m.
Juana Molina, whose recent performances at Primavera Sound and Villette Sonique delighted the audiences, is performing at Glastonbury (Sunday 29th, Park Stage, 2:00 p.m.), before going on to play Roskilde Festival, Nuits de Fourvière, Pohoda Festival and Summer Stage in New York. All dates can be found here.
Juana Molina's latest video 'Sin guia, no", shot in Tierra del Fuego, can be watched here.
After a very busy Spring, sold-out shows in Paris and London, and her appearance in the new Jim Jarmusch movie "Only Lovers Left Alive", Yasmine will be performing at Glastonbury Festival on June 29h, Glade Stage, 5:40 pm
She will be also appearing on BBC2 TV and BBC6 Music, broadcast live from the Festival.
Here's a video of Yasmine Hamdan performing earlier this month at the Royal Albert Hall (Elgar Room)