That night I really excited to see the Jeffrey Lewis & The Junkyard show. One of the things he said to the audience was that he assumed that everyone was going to leave the venue after Devendra, but everyone stayed and he gave to the Festival one of the best shows of this Edition. The music of J.L&TJ is normally qualified as anti-folk most of the time, but I don’t know if its true, its more a storytelling garage folk rock that this time was supported by some drawing animation films that Jeffrey did. Really a great show.
That same night Beach House repeated the set at the Apolo(2), the organization wisely program some of the most expected artists, so they play twice to allow the audience to get the most our of the festival. Something like a more intimate show first and then the same performance in a bigger room. This time I want with my nose right up to the keyboard and I must say that Beach House are a exquisite band to see live.
Early on Saturday the small Sala Monasterio was seduced by the magnetic and innocent charms of the delicate Scout Niblett. this was a perfect time and perfect place to see her playing and she captivated the space with her special voice and guitar playing. She also play some songs at the drums.
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