Hier findet ihr die Künstler/Bands.


  • 01. El Pony Bravo
    02. El Rayo
    03. I Can See
    04. Lolita
    05. Trinchera
    06. El Guarda Forestal
    07. El Baile
    08. Fingers
    09. Arcanul
    10. El Piloto Automatico
    11. Sunset
    12. El Sudor


    Si bajo de espalda no me da miedo

    [engl] Pony Bravo is formed by Daniel Alonso (vocal and keyboards), Dario del Moral (base guitar and guitar), Pablo Peña (base guitar and guitar) and Javier Rivera (drums). The band formed in Sevilla at the end of 2005. Pony Bravos’ influences revolve around Andalucian rock, blues, Jamaican reggae (‘60 – ‘70), Ethiopian music (also from the ’60 – ’70) and American rock. The bands intentions are many and every day they have new ideas. One of their core ideas being to mix experimentation, investigation, sense of humour and rhythm in with rock music, without forgetting the Andalucian rock sound so renown in the Sevilla of the ‘70’s. The idea is to try to make visible lines and Antique forms that connect blues with flamenco, African and Arab music with Andalucian music, western with copla, establishing analogies, Rancho vs Cortijo, Son House vs Caracol, Captain Beefheart vs Beni de Cadiz, Nina Simone vs Lole, Silvio vs Tom Waits, etc, etc…
  • 01. La Voz Del Hacha
    02. Noche de Setas
    03. Super-broker
    04. Ninja de Fuego
    05. El Campo Fui Yo
    06. Lo Más Difícil Del Mundo
    07. La Rave de Dios
    08. Pumare-ho!
    09. Salmo 52:8
    10. Fullero
    11. China Da Miedo
    12. Mangosta
    13. Hipnosis Groove


    Un gramo de fe!

    [engl] “Un Gramo de Fe” (El Rancho 2010), second album by Pony Bravo after their revolutionary debut a couple of years ago, its a practical exercise of pure sound experimentation, with references that go from a more introverted post-punk to a more hypnotic and repetitive krautrock, they even flirt a bit with the Cuban son. Seventies melodies of nocturnal funk, capable of confusing anyone and anything (bungalows for example) with their Groove base (“Noche de Setas”), they appear on the album with a celebrated tribute to Manolo Caracol and he’s “Niña de Fuego” With out forgetting the melodious and subtle sound of the trumpets and clarinets of their friends Za! (Papa Dupau y Spazzfrica Ehd), that come in and out at their own whim, with the company of that delicious down tempo organ that’s capable of invoking the elegance of Dimitri From París de “Sacré Français” in the ironic “Super-Broker”. (La Fonoteca).