Papa Dee - Dos Trece
- At surely one of the prettiest locations in the city, pianist Enrique Lapaz takes his turn playing the terrace of La Pedrera as part of the 30 minute classical music concerts. The 21 year-old has already shown talent beyond his years having trained at the Escuela Superior de Música de Cataluña and performed for Russian radio and had concerts in Moscow and Saint Petersburg. La Pedrera, 7, 8 & 9pm, €7.
- DJ Andyloop and Wagner PA are the founders of the genre-busting and massively successful music night Brazelona Sessions whose main prerogative is to play the best music regardless of its origen. DJ Andyloop in true eclectic fashion mixes rumba, breakbeat, latin and funk. Sidecar, 12.30am.
- Gandules festival continues this week and tonight Chunking Express by Hong-Kong powerhouse director Wong Kar Wai heads the bill. In a stylised new-wave fashion the film portrays the tale of two policemen working different beats of Hong-Kong, their love affairs, their heartache and their unrequited love all unfold before us in this art-house classic. CCCB, 10pm.
- Scan 7 are the ninja-costumed techno outfit from Detroit that make music as dark as their masks. Not much is known about this lot, expect that Trackmaster Lou and company make heady techno tracks on labels such as Submerge, Underground Resistance and SID. They're here for the Mas i Mas festival. Moog, midnight.
- Papa Dee, Sweden's premier reggae star is performing tonight prior to his turn with The Brooklyn Funk Essentials on Friday. He's been recording dance hall, ragga and reggae for 20 years and his latest work A Little Way Different was released in 2008. Dos Trece, 10pm.
- Continuing the open-air cinema craze that hits open-spaces in the city during the summer months, the CCCB offer us Gandules and tonight they screen Bruce Weber's modern-classic, Let's Get Lost, the beautifully realised biography of the troubled trumpeter Chet Baker. CCCB, 10pm