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When it comes to indie music, this is the most famous venue in town. The club first opened its doors in 1973 under the name Zeleste, but in 2000, after closing down due to financial woes, it reopened as Razzmatazz (the name is a tribute to a song by the British indie band Pulp). Today the focus here s on electronic, alternative and underground music; this is the place to discover what’s happening in Barcelona’s music scene.

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Razzmatazz

When it comes to indie music, this is the most famous venue in town. The club first opened its doors in 1973 under the name Zeleste, but in 2000, after closing down due to financial woes, it reopened as Razzmatazz (the name is a tribute to a song by the British indie band Pulp). Today the focus here s on electronic, alternative and underground music; this is the place to discover what’s happening in Barcelona’s music scene.