Spanish outfit ZA! have begun to make an effective splash in the experimental music universe with the release of their new album LOLOISMO, which we called a "leaping, hyperactive burst of energy." And with a trip to the UK on the horizon, the outfit have introduced a video for 'Badulake'.

"Badulake means 'cornershop' in Spanish," the band writes. "The video [director by Jordi Castells and Aitor Garay] is shot on a store near Spazzfrica Ehd's apartment, owned by Rustem, a very nice neighbour that has a motto in life: 'FÁCIL, FÁCIL, FÁCIL' (easy, easy, easy). He's the main actor in the video. When we were acting as "the robbers" on the end of the video, 6 REAL & armed policemen entered the store to stop us: a neighbour saw the scene from his apartment and called the cops!"

The impossible to categorize sounds will be on full display with the band's upcoming UK tour dates. Until then, order LOLOISMO today courtesy of Sheffield label The Audacious Art Experiment and Folkestone's Hot Salvation Records. As well, stream the entire album over at The Wire.

  • Thursday 11th February - Sticky Mike's, Brighton
  • Friday 12th February - DIY Space For London, London
  • Saturday 13th February - Matinee show at Folkestone Quarterhouse (part of the Folkestone Fringe 'Profound Sound' festival)
  • Wednesday 17th February - Secret show TBA
  • Thursday 18th February - MK Gallery, Milton Keynes
  • Friday 19th February - Delius Arts and Cultural Centre., Bradford
  • Saturday 20th February - Picture House Social, Sheffield