Jay-Jay Johanson y Lagartija Nick, entre los confirmados de Mazo

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Jay-Jay Johanson and Lagartija Nick, among those confirmed for Mazo

The Madrid festival Mallet has announced the first confirmations of the poster for its fifth edition, among which are Jay-Jay Johanson, GHOSTWOMAN, Nick Lizard, STORE either nusar3000among others.

Among these first confirmations are almost twenty artists from different parts of the world. It will be a fifth edition that will start before the end of the summer of this year and will last until March 2025.

Among the first confirmed are artists such as the Swedish artist Jay-Jay Johansonas close to alternative pop as it is to trip-hop or electronic music, which will take its sound to the BUT room on February 19. The 30th anniversary of one of the fundamental bands of state alternative rock will also be celebrated on October 26 in the Shoko room with the Granadans Nick Lizard. And, in the same way that races are celebrated, Mazo will host the farewell concert of Passengerwho will be performing on October 19 in the El Sol room.

The New Yorkers STORE They will also go through the cycle next October 5 at the Wurlitzer Ballroomwith the songs of his “Our Brand Could Be Yr Life”. On the other hand, after selling out all the tickets for the show that will be offered within the framework of Sound Isidro in coming weeks, nusar3000 will present what will be his debut album at the venue The Sun next September 12.

The Good Son will present the songs they are working on on the stage of the Copernicus Room on January 17. So will Canadians GHOSTWOMANwho will defend the issues of “Hindsight is 50/50” in the Wurlitzer Ballroom next October 25. Afterwards, the visit of the Londoners will arrive The Tubswhich they will be presenting “Dead Meat” in the Siroco Room next November 8.

The folkiest frequencies will be performed by the Swiss band Black Sea Dahuwho after having to cancel his last tour for Spainin which they had all the seats sold out, will return on November 27 at the Sala Clamores. The alliance between the French Lysistrata and the belgians It It Anita will also go through the cycle, where both will present their new albums, while reviewing their classics on September 19 at Wurlitzer Ballroom.

There will also be room in Mallet for Latin American artists. The Mexicans Kinky They will go through the room The Sun on September 6. Mandale Mechaa Brazilian trio led by an Argentine leader that moves between alter-Latin pop and tropical, electronic and triphop rhythms, will perform on July 18 at the El Intruso room.

One of the revelations of state urban music, Metrikawill also be part of the cycle: it will be on October 3 at the Sala Clamores. The punk'n'roll of the Basque-Argentines Capsule will return to the temple of Madrid rock, the El Sol room, next October 11, with new songs. So will the popup iukya proposal that starts from the most horizontal bedroom pop to hyperpop and that will perform in The Sun next December 18. Finally, the alternative songwriting of Shooting Star will arrive at the stage Café La Palma next November 30.

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