Sunday matinee with Al Lover and Bando à Parte
Sunday, December 15th, 5.30pm.
The supposed symbiosis between Al Lover´s mixtapes, master of ceremonies of the esteemed Austin Psych Fest, and Bando à Parte´s short films is, at first glance, unimaginable. Revolve and Bando à Parte have sought, through this intertextual discourse, to create a unique artistic experience, blending Al Lover´s musical psychedelia with the oneiric and obscure dynamic of the short films by Rodrigo Areias and Jorge Quintela.
Guimarães Jazz 2013 @ CAAA
November 7th – 11th| Guimarães Jazz @ CAAA
Guimarães Jazz 2013 Jam Sessions:
Sunday, November 10th, 7 pm
Monday, November 11th, 10 pm
November 7th-11th: Exhibition – Guimarães Jazz Posters 1992-2013.
Within Guimarães Jazz 2013, the CAAA – Centre for Art and Architecture Affairs presents an exhibition of posters that have publicized the festival over the years. Because each poster summarizes and brings to memory each edition of Guimarães Jazz, this exhibition is a real journey through the image, but also the content and the various spaces that have hosted the festival.
More info at www.ccvf.pt
Revolve + Bando à Parte concert series
November 1st| 10.30 pm | Black Box
Music: Destruction Unit + Unicornibot
DJ set: Tropical Acid DJs
This is the second of three dates of the film series and concerts at the CAAA, organized by Revolve and Bando à Parte.
Destruction Unit are a band formed in the desert of Phoenix, Arizona. Emancipated by the sonic landscape of the cosmos, these worshipers of the lawless wilderness consolidated their reputation due to their terrifying and unforgettable live performances, driven by a dizzying intensity and power. Their latest album, “Dead Trips”, released by Sacred Bones in August 2013, is a front row ticket the death of the universe.
November 8th| 10.30 pm | Black Box
Music: The Growlers + The Glockenwise + Tomorrow’s Tulips
DJ Set: RVLV + Bando à Parte
The last of the three dates for the film and concerts series in CAAA organized by Revolve and Bando à Parte brings us The Growlers.
The Growlers are an American band from California, heavily influenced by the psychedelic sixties, being frequently mentioned bands like The Doors, Country Joe and the Beach Boys, as a crucial part of their creative process. They are often seen as a surf rock band, but thanks to the carnival and circus tone of some of their songs their musical style was considered Beach-Goth. Their latest album, “Hung at Heart”, edited by Everloving Records, was released in 2012.