• settembre 2018
  • ottobre 2018
    • 12/10/2018 / 21:30 - 23:59
      I Figli dello Stupore, La Beat Generation Italiana

      12.10.2018 - I Figli dello Stupore, La Beat Generation ItalianaPresentazione del progetto di Francesco Tabarelli e Alessandro Manca

      • proiezione di un estratto del documentario di Francesco Tabarelli
      • lettura di poesie dal volume curato da Alessandro Manca accompagnato dal sassofonista Stefano Tampellini

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    • 13/10/2018 / 21:00 - 23:59
      Space Grindabilly - Kayleth & Coffin Surfer

      20.10.2018 - Space Grindbilly - Kayleth & Coffin Surfer

      Sabato 13 ottobre

      Space Grindabilly

      dalle 21:

      Kayleth (Stoner/Space Rock)

      Coffin Surfer (Rock & Roll, Grind, Death Metal e Surf, Grindabilly)

    • 20/10/2018 / 14:00 - 05:00
      Quinta Sagra del peperoncino rebelde - KUMBIA BORUKA LIVE

      20.10.2018 Quinta Sagra del peperoncino rebelde - KUMBIA BORUKA LIVE20.10.2018 Quinta Sagra del peperoncino rebelde

      La PIRATA presenta 

      Quinta Sagra del Peperoncino Rebelde

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    • 20/10/2018 / 23:00 - 03:00


      In occasione della quinta Sagra del peperoncino rebelde.

      Dalle ore 23:00 KUMBIA BORUKA LIVE


      Hernan Cortés grew up in the ‘80’s in a working-class neighbourhood of Monterrey, a megalopolis spilling over itself which is the Mexican capital of cumbia. During his youth while watching his parents in the local dancing halls dancing to this rhythm brought in from Colombia which permeated all Latin America through labour migrations he fostered on this music which describes everyday life and the joys and sorrows of ordinary people. At the same time, Bob Sikou who grew up in the shadow of a housing development tower in Dijon was learning all about reggae. Some years later, the leading duo of Kumbia Boruka met up in the reggae scene in Lyon with the firm intention of combining their influences and life histories at the right moment. Hernan had the chance to learn the accordion and the science of Cumbia from one of its creators, the Mexican Celso Pina (guest on the title El Porro Manguangueleno), for whom he was the percussionist during long international tours. The choice of his old friend Bob Sikou (Bawajafar’n Free) to accompany him in his own group was evident. By now married to a woman from Chile, the singer was now living in Lyon and thanks to his knowledge of Spanish could at last exploit the links between cumbia and reggae: his talent as an author and his exuberant energy did the rest… Sharing a strong friendship and the desire to write together, our duettists were able to link up with the best musicians of Sono Mondiale made in Lyon and a great group of friends. As sound engineer the indispensable Bruno « Patchworks » allowed them to set the framework for a hybrid cumbia, modern and aware. The accordion obviously dominates but every little element fits into Kumbia Boruka. The guitar virtuoso Andrès Ségura sometimes evokes a Peruvian version of cumbia, the famous chicha based on ayahuasca, with his staggering solos reaching psychedelic heights. The swinging bass of the Chilean Rodrigo Bastidas Nunez invites all to dance while the hypnotic guijo of Tadeo Cortés, Hernan’s brother, gives the tempo. The smart drumming of Hadrien Santos Da Silva, born in Colombia, plays around with the different languages of cumbia while the dazzling brass section upholds the accordion melodies and opens up the harmonies. The complicity of the musicians of Kumbia Boruka is as obvious on stage as on their album with, as more than a title but a leitmotif: La Vida se vive! On the road for a year and a half now, they have brought their hybrid cumbia and infanted their album onto prestigious stages: Les Nuits de Fourvière (Lyon, France), Fusion Festival (Lärz, Germany), La Fiesta de la Melonera (Madrid, Spain), le Festival de Jazz de Montreux
      (Switzerland), Le Kit Café (Düsseldorf, Germany) Le Reitschule (Bern, Switzerland), Le Transbordeur ou le Ninkasi Kao (Lyon). They are ambitious and are not going to stop there: they intend to bring everywhere this first album conceived as a kind of Sonidero (a neighbourhood sound system from Mexico, called picos in Colombia) which plays with styles to federate different communities and get them on the dancefloor. The album based on the cumbia rhythm is articulated around the group’s compositions influenced by reggae (Ven Aqui) or pop (Se siente, La Vida se Vive,), without forgetting its African roots (Din Dun). Finally, the covers of 60’s classics re-arranged and appropriated to the Boruka sauce (Danza Negra, La Cumbia del Amor, El Porro Manguangueleno with Celso Pina) or the Mexican phenomenon from the ‘80’s (No Bailes de Caballito) complete a unique repertory which fluctuates between an assumed lightness and easy living – « boruka” means a joyful mess/brothel in slang – and full consciousness of what fate may bring us (El Grito, Un Pedazo de Mi).