Seun Kuti, Earl Sweatshirt, Television, Connan Mockasin and Daniel Avery closed Primavera 2014 with an explosive mix of turnt tunes and blissed-out jams.

Seun Kuti, Earl Sweatshirt, Television, Connan Mockasin and Daniel Avery closed Primavera 2014 with an explosive mix of turnt tunes and blissed-out jams.

It’s over for another year but Primavera Sound 2014 went off in Parc del Forum, East Barcelona, last night. Here are some top moments.

Television
New York City rock punk legends Television played their seminal album Marquee Moon in full and transported the starry-eyed Spanish to a distant downtown era of Max’s Kansas City and CGBG’s.

Earl Sweatshirt
Without the Odd Future crew to back him up, Earl emerged from the purply Pitchfork stage smoke with a raw, inspired performance going a cappella on a few songs, making everyone laugh and dance, and leaving jaws on the floor for his fresh wordplay, honest style and contagious energy.

Connan Mockasin
Indie’s shyest darling delivered a pitch perfect show to the sun-down softies at the Vice stage sucking everyone into his weird and wonderful world of outsider pop.

Seun Kuti
The youngest son of afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti led his father’s former band Egypt 80 through an explosive set of subversive Nigerian anthems and new jazz funk classics that mix traditional West African rhythms with contemporary psychedelic asides.

Daniel Avery
Late-night London techno deejay Daniel Avery closed Primavera 2014 with his epic club cacophony and provided the perfect swan song for those blacked out boys and girls still standing.

You can head to the Primavera website for more information.