LCD Soundsystem anuncian una nueva residencia

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LCD Soundsystem announce new residency

For some time now, James Murphy and its LCD Soundsystem They have been one of the groups that have opted for medium capacity rooms instead of always opting for large spaces. Now they are starting a new residence in Los Angeles.

While the obsession with filling large venues and offering massive concerts continues, there are people who prefer to be closer to their audience and more in tune even if that means having to play several days in a row in smaller venues. In that, LCD Soundsystem have not been one of the pioneers, but they are one of those groups that prefers to bet on quality over quantity. Now they add a new residence, this time in Los Angeles.

Although in Spain we will see them again at a festival (August 29, Kalorama; Madrid) and the same will happen in Lisbon (August 30, MEO Kalorama), as well as a good part of his tour this summer in Europe. But what is notable is that, after having starred in residencies in cities like their own New York, they will now once again opt for two spaces with a capacity of around 4,000 people instead of going to a monstrous stadium. In this way, the group is much closer to its fans and the concerts are more memorable due to that vibration that only occurs in medium and small venues.

LCD Soundsystem will be performing in Los Angeles between October 31 and November 3 at the Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall and November 7-10 at the Hollywood Palladiumboth venues have similar capacity.

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