Expect Andrew Weatherall, Kyle Hall, Fatima Yamaha and John Talabot to name a few.

With Primavera Sound now boasting more visitors than ever before (not to mention a headline set from Radiohead), Barcelona has confirmed its status as the best festival city around. The city’s modernist architecture – bejewelled with all those idiosyncratic Gaudi’s – provides some amazing spaces for music; something that’s been exploited by the newest festival on the scene: Brunch Electronik.

Brunch Electronik is taking over Poble Espanyol – an architectural museum space designed for the 1929 Barcelona International Exposition – in the city centre. Rather than doing a standard day or weekend structure, they’ve decided to host the festival every Sunday, from 6 March to 5 June. In the organiser’s words, it’s “an alternative to traditional Sundays with a versatile program featuring children’s activities, flea markets, vinyl fairs and the performances of the best national and international DJs.”

Tickets are still available for this Sunday where you’ll see Carl Craig, Kyle Hall and Kevin Saunderson – yeah, it’s the all the mad geniuses from Detroit. Get in the mood with ‘Damn! I’m Feeling Real Close’ – the opening track from Kyle Hall’s new LP. 

Generator Barcelona Awaits