NEWS
10.02.2021

QLOWSKI, PALMARIA AND LOELASH: THREE ARTISTS TO HAVE ON YOUR RADAR AT LSC2021

We are finally able to attend live concerts, so why not take advantage of it to discover three new Italian artists based in the UK who are rocking the international scene?

Come in and enjoy QlowskiPalmaria, and LOELASH on Sunday 3rd October!

 

Qlowski

Live @ The Kazimier Stockroom, Liverpool
2 PM, Sunday October 3rd

London-based twee-punks band Qlowski debuts with the album “Quale Futuro?”
What Future? One, simple, direct, question. Obliterated by a tumultuous year with lingering anxiety, uncertainty and a city ready to break any strand of hope, Qlowski resorted to what they know best, turning frustration into dreams, stockpiling possibilities, fabricating desire and simply, living. This is Quale Futuro? their debut LP for Maple Death Records and Feel It Records.

“From nimble, lean post-punk to desperate chaos.. Viva Qlowski” – Bandcamp

 

Palmaria

Live @ EBGBS, Liverpool
4 PM, Sunday October 3rd

Think The xx meet Sylvan Esso meet Little Dragon on a field trip to the Italian coast.
Palmaria are a song writing duo from a small town in Italy, that have made London their home for creating their distinctive Alt Pop. Their music transports the audience on a journey of dreamy landscapes and uplifting experiences.

“Italy’s romanticism and allure with Britain’s own soulful history” Complex

 

LOELASH

Live @ The Jacaranda, Liverpool
7:50 PM, Sunday October 3rd

LOELASH London-based, Italian poly-instrumentalist, composer and dj, LOELASH  began composing music at 15 and decided to move to London to pursue music. Early influences would be Classical, Fusion, and Jazz but he also came across Electronic and Hip-Hop. During the past few years, he released his sophomore EP Lapse, which caught the attention of Clash Magazine and Complex UK, among many DJs and musicians from all around the world.

‘The multi-instrumentalist is something of a prodigy […] his work [is] pop rooted in electronics, dexterous of production and graceful of melody.’ (Clash Magazine)

 

Qlowski, Palmaria and LOELASH are supported by Italia Music Export