John Maus visitará cuatro ciudades españolas en otoño

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John Maus will visit four Spanish cities in autumn

The American John Maus will visit us once again. The artist returns to review his repertoire and does so without having to adhere to the dictatorship of today. We can see him in Madrid, Donostia, Valencia and Seville.

Talk about who was a musician in the band Panda Bear and Ariel Pink, is to make him one of those elusive musicians, whose career is free and avoids fitting into the industry. Maus is a free soul whose live shows are peculiar celebrations of the most lo-fi avant-garde pop, combining electronic pop with post-punk in a kind of performances/karaoke that have no comparison with most of the live shows that we usually experience.

As expected, who is also a university professor of political philosophy, does not come with a specific album to present, but will review a career that has given us albums like “Love Is Real” (07), “We Must Become The Pitiles Censors Of Ourselves” (eleven), “A Collection Of Rarities And Previously Unreleased Material” (12), “Screen Memories” (17) or box “Addendum” (18), which also included unpublished material.

So we can see him in Madrid (October 18, Independence), Donostia (October 20, Dabadaba), Valencia (October 22, 16 Tons) and Seville (October 23, Room X). You can get tickets by clicking on each city.

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