Repion - growing leaps and bounds.

Repion – Live At International Museum Day, Madrid – 2023 – Past Daily Soundbooth – Rock Without Borders

Repion – growing leaps and bounds.

Repion – in concert from Reina Sophia Museum – International Museum Day, Madrid – May 18, 2023 – Radio Nacional España –

Jumping over to Madrid tonight for a short appearance by Repion, recorded live at Reina Sophia Museum on the occasion of International Museum Day in Madrid just a few days ago and broadcast/streamed live by Radio Nacional España Radio 3.

Repion are another one of those bands I predicted big things for, and as my hunches have a good track record, they are doing just that. I last posted a session from them in February of this year and here is their latest. International Museum Day was a weekend long festival, covering bands across a wide swath of Spanish Musical life, playing at various museums around Madrid. And even in the three months since the last session, the Iñesta Sisters (Guitarist Marina and Drummer Teresa) have been polishing their chops and ramping up their energy. They are taking this thing seriously and the non-stop working is paying off.

Both sisters are treating Repion as a sort of homebase, while making excursions and collaborations with other bands. Teresa appears to be knee-deep in two other groups; Aiko al Grupo where she plays guitar and sings, and Yawners where she drums. While Marina has been gigging with Mikel Erenxtun. It’s been a beneficial experience and it has added a cutting edge to Repion’s sound. Their latest self-titled album,is a further exploration into a Spanish hybrid of Grunge-Pop but with a lot of passion and insight.

Enthusiastically considered one of the 10 current Spanish bands you need in your life, their popularity is growing substantially on a weekly basis.

And even though this concert appearance clocks in at just under ten minutes, it certainly makes the case for wanting to hear more. I would suggest grabbing a copy of their latest (can’t find the vinyl or CD versions, but I’m sure I’m not looking in the right place).

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