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New video of the guitarist in which she masterfully performs this well-known song dedicated to the unfortunate end of Alfonsina Storni, one of the most remembered Argentine poets. Alfonsina, who considered herself a man within a woman's body, suffered marginalization at a time, early 20th century,...
Today we have an appointment at the Radiopolis studio, located on the Torneo avenue in Sevilla. This facility is set in a small tower and, inside of it, there is a tight building full of stairs. Some of the members of My Yellowstone, homonym of an American natural parc, are sitting next to the...
At the beginning of the sixties, young students from the British art school exchanged ideas and experiences. This environment was the best way to make discoveries, like black music. Born under the shadows of the atomic bomb, these restless students felt different and claimed to live the present...
Branquias Johnson, the punk musician from Ronda with a very personal style, was at the Monkey Week festival in Seville, where he gave a concert on the 22nd November and exchanged impressions on the Spanish music scene and other aspects with TEVEO. TEVEO: You’re going to be at Monkey Week in Seville...
What does the name of your group mean? Why did you choose it? May Fall: well I’ve had the concept and music for our album “Overload” planned many years before we actually started the group. It was initially meant to be a jazzy trio performing my songs, so we took the standard structure of jazz...
Q1: First of all, why 'The Swagger'? Is there a story behind the name of the band? A: When we first started out back in early March 2011 we were called The Mad Hatters UK and was originally a duo act playing local bars and decided to form a band when we found our bassist/drummer. We put an ad/...
The Claim release The New Industrial Ballads British indie rock stalwarts The Claim present their much-anticipated album The New Industrial Ballads, their first new recordings since 1992. Ahead of this, they teased the lead track Journey with accompanying video, inspired by Britain's Brexit...
Lucky and Love present new album: Transitions Los Angeles' duo Lucky and Love present their new single Dangerous Runaway ahead of their sophomore album Transitions. Offering 10 new tracks in this sonic neon rainbow, listeners will be immersed in a spectrum of fuzzy sunset synthgaze, blueblack neon...
Paul Den Heyer presents debut album Everything So Far Liverpool-based indie pop artist Paul Den Heyer has announced his forthcoming debut album Everything So Far, slated for release on May 17th via A Turntable Friend Records. Ahead of that, he presents the lead track Technicolor Summer Sunshine....
Blissful gaze on Submotile’s debut album Ghosts Fade on Skylines Dublin-based dream-gaze noiseniks Submotile present their debut album Ghosts Fade on Skylines. On this 9-track offering, the duo blurs the lines between shoegaze, pop, noise-rock, ambient and post-rock, Submotile delivers a unique...
Where We Sleep’s debut EP: Experiments in the Dark London-based dark and dynamic pop project Where We Sleep has announced their debut EP Experiments in the Dark. Ahead of that, they present the lead single The Desert, a jaded and winding psych-infused track traversing similar addictive territory as...
The former singer and leader of Granadan band 091, José Antonio García, visited Montilla (Córdoba) on the occasion of the party organized by the magazine Poplacara in Bodega Los Arcos on March 30th. This concert is part of the promotional tour of his new album Lluvia de Piedras, released on July...

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