DeWolff arrives this Friday, October 19 to The Paper Club (Calle Remedios 10 – Las Palmas de Gran Canaria) with the intention of "shaking" the island with its particular way of understanding rock. This Dutch trio, composed of Pablo van de Poel (voice and guitars), Robin Floor (Hammond keyboard, electronic piano and Moog playing the bass) and Luka van de Poel (drums) will open the Back To Rock series in what will be their first date with the Canarian public, from which they expect "enthusiasm, it will be a great rock & roll party", which will also be part of the local group Mujercitas as a band guest
The stop of DeWolff in the Canary Islands will be the last of this tour, in which they present their latest album, Thrust (the sixth of his career study). Before, this monster of three heads will have displayed its offer of rock, blues, American and psychedelia by Zaragoza, Bilbao, Avilés, Madrid, Valencia and Barcelona. Although the references to his music lead directly to rock legends like Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, Leon Russel, Allman Brothers, Deep Purple or Led Zeppelin, the three agree to feel very close lately "to Little Feet, we all have our particular tastes, but they have been very important for the three. "
From their last record they say they feel especially proud, "it's what we are now, we've been playing together for a long time and we think we can finally say that this album reflects our own sound, it's our most personal work, it's the DeWolff sound", something about that has had a lot to do with the fact of having been recorded in his own studio, Electrosaurus Southern Sound, "forces us to consciously record the sound of our records".
In this first concert the local band will also perform Little Women, formed by David Sierra (solo guitar), Francisco Salazar (drums), Carlos Bravo (bass) and José Moma (voice and guitar), filmed at the premises of the local circuit and recently participant in the LPA Beer Fest, opening the night in the one that Rosendo said goodbye to the Gran Canarian public.
The cycle will continue with the British Laurence Jones (November 24), which in 2016 won the award for the best European guitarist of the year in the European Blues Awards and entered the Hall of Fame of the British Blues Award by winning his third consecutive award; and it will end with the veteran Cantabrian group The Deltonos (December 7th).
Back to Rock It aims to be a sample of national and international bands, current, influenced by the great legends of the rock of the 60s and 70s. Vintage sounds interpreted by emerging and / or consolidated projects, with an unblemished trajectory in their countries of origin, faithful to a current that maintains a large number of followers in the Canary Islands. Tickets (€ 15 advance and € 20 at the door) can be purchased at www.tomaticket.es.