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In 2023, after almost thirty years of musical career, Carlos Tarque, known above all for being the singer of the Murcian group M Clan, releases the second album of a project with a strong name and renowned colleagues. For example, the guitarist Carlos Raya, who played with him in M Clan but has also been Fito's faithful squire with Los Fitipaldis or Leiva, among many other projects. There is also Coki Giménez, a percussionist who has accompanied Danza Invisible, Chambao, Amaral or Dani Martín, and of course with M Clan, and the list is completed by Iván González, a bassist who has collaborated with Amaral, Deluxe and, in case you haven't Guessed, also with M Clan. The Riff Association was created in 2018 and its first album was named after the vocalist. Knowing his career, perhaps it is not necessary to clarify that it was a work focused on lifelong rock, the kind that seems to lose steam among the youngest but periodically regains new followers. Which is still alive, in short, luckily for those who always believed in that genre. 'Volume 2', published in 2023 by Dro, repeats along the same lines. Powerful music, sometimes bordering on hard rock but on the more classic side, the one that connects with Free or Bad Company. It is an electric album, with the best connotation that can be given to that word. It reaches the guts, which is what good rock has always done, and translates wonderfully to the live performance, as Tarque and his band, people with skills and talent, are in charge of demonstrating on the presentation tour.

In 2023, after almost thirty years of musical career, Carlos Tarque, known above all for being the singer of the Murcian group M Clan, releases the second album of a project with a strong name and renowned colleagues.

For example, the guitarist Carlos Raya, who played with him in M Clan but has also been Fito's faithful squire with Los Fitipaldis or Leiva, among many other projects. There is also Coki Giménez, a percussionist who has accompanied Danza Invisible, Chambao, Amaral or Dani Martín, and of course with M Clan, and the list is completed by Iván González, a bassist who has collaborated with Amaral, Deluxe and, in case you haven't Guessed, also with M Clan.

The Riff Association was created in 2018 and its first album was named after the vocalist. Knowing his career, perhaps it is not necessary to clarify that it was a work focused on lifelong rock, the kind that seems to lose steam among the youngest but periodically regains new followers. Which is still alive, in short, luckily for those who always believed in that genre.

'Volume 2', published in 2023 by Dro, repeats along the same lines. Powerful music, sometimes bordering on hard rock but on the more classic side, the one that connects with Free or Bad Company. It is an electric album, with the best connotation that can be given to that word. It reaches the guts, which is what good rock has always done, and translates wonderfully to the live performance, as Tarque and his band, people with skills and talent, are in charge of demonstrating on the presentation tour.

Price
€25.00
Place

Edificio Miller

The Miller Building, in Santa Catalina Park, next to the Elder Museum of Science and the Cosmos, is a multi-purpose municipal space. In 2020, one of its bays was fitted out as an alternative cultural venue, incorporating technology and features that ensure excellent conditions for performing arts, theatre, dance and music.  Among the most important innovations are acoustic conditioning and the use of absorbent fabrics; the creation of a black-draped stage area very similar to that of a theatre was made possible by using drops, wings and legs, with four stage bays, traveller curtains, one a grand drape at the front and one upstage, with horizontal opening, as well as a large 14 by 8 metre backlit cyclorama with LED technology. This space was an enormous asset to the local cultural sector during the months after lockdown.   The Miller Building dates from 1900 and was constructed as a result of the growth in maritime traffic in the Port of La Luz. It was used for decades as a warehouse by the British shipping company Miller y Cia S.A. The cultural room of the Miller building is an accessible space for people with hearing disabilities as it has a magnetic loop installed. The magnetic loop is a magnetic induction system to eliminate communication barriers for people with hearing disabilities, transforming the sound signal by generating a magnetic field that the hearing aid captures in the T position. Hearing aid users may occupy any of the seats in the area provided for optimal reception in a sitting and/or standing position. In accessibility mode, the Miller building has added value, with easy access for people with reduced mobility and for some time now for people with hearing disabilities.

The Miller Building, in Santa Catalina Park, next to the Elder Museum of Science and the Cosmos, is a multi-purpose municipal space. In 2020, one of its bays was fitted out as an alternative cultural venue, incorporating technology and features that ensure excellent conditions for performing arts, theatre, dance and music. 

Among the most important innovations are acoustic conditioning and the use of absorbent fabrics; the creation of a black-draped stage area very similar to that of a theatre was made possible by using drops, wings and legs, with four stage bays, traveller curtains, one a grand drape at the front and one upstage, with horizontal opening, as well as a large 14 by 8 metre backlit cyclorama with LED technology. This space was an enormous asset to the local cultural sector during the months after lockdown.  

The Miller Building dates from 1900 and was constructed as a result of the growth in maritime traffic in the Port of La Luz. It was used for decades as a warehouse by the British shipping company Miller y Cia S.A.

The cultural room of the Miller building is an accessible space for people with hearing disabilities as it has a magnetic loop installed.

The magnetic loop is a magnetic induction system to eliminate communication barriers for people with hearing disabilities, transforming the sound signal by generating a magnetic field that the hearing aid captures in the T position.

Hearing aid users may occupy any of the seats in the area provided for optimal reception in a sitting and/or standing position.

In accessibility mode, the Miller building has added value, with easy access for people with reduced mobility and for some time now for people with hearing disabilities.

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Fri 05, Apr , 20:30 - 23:00
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Eat to the beat: Tarque & La Asociación del Riff

Fri 05, Apr , 20:30 - 23:00

Edificio Miller

€25.00
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