Formed in 1986, a pivotal moment in Japan’s obsession with garage rock, The 126.96.36.199’s received critical and public acclaim from the outset for their playful mixture of surf, rockabilly and garage rock. But it was Tarantino who pushed the group to global fame, after discovering them as background music in a Tokyo clothes store, and featuring them on the soundtrack for Kill Bill vol. 1, in a scene in which they played ‘Woo Hoo’. Three women, Yoshiko, Omo and Sachiko, will be travelling from Tokyo to Vitoria-Gasteiz with an enormous desire to shake things up at Trashville. Let your hair down and get dancing with them.