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Guillermo Santomá: Artistic Free Will

Some may see the work of Guillermo Santomá (Barcelona, ​​1984) as a shocking orgy of disconnected forms, toxic materials and attractive utopian functionalities. A rave of boundless creations. However, his insightful mystical-aesthetic bait isn’t bitten by chance. Once one sees his pieces, constructions, works or interventions there is no going back. Although one may get distracted by the happening elements wisely […]

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Peaches: “I would have loved to work with Bowie or Prince”

Canadian Merrill Beth Nisker has built a reputation over the past two decades with her penchant for explicit lyrics, well-stocked with sexual connotations. Better known as Peaches, she will be playing in Madrid and Barcelona on December 1 and 2 thanks to Houston Party. Although at the beginning of her career she flirted with acoustic folk […]

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Steve Hauschildt: Ambient in the spotlight

It is very likely we will hear about Steve Hauschildt a lot in the years to come. One of the leading figures in the ambient music scene, both solo and as a member of the Emeralds band, his latest album, Strands, was considered one of the best electronic music albums of 2016. The Cleveland-born artist will […]

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Gastón Acurio, the prophet of Peruvian cuisine

Gastón Acurio (Lima 1967) wants to make Peruvian cuisine famous around the world. It may be his political upbringing. His father is a former senator and minister who insisted that he studied law, but he secretly enrolled a cooking school. But the truth is that his skills have turned him into a real ambassador of […]

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Clubz: The Mexican Movida

After a long winter, the Primavera Sound festival makes us feel excited about the new festival season and unleashes our desire from summer. Besides filling us with irrational emotion, the festival provides us with an open book to musical discovery and exaltation. In its almost infinite bill, next to the big names, dozens of bands are hidden […]

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A Walk around El Born with Carolina from Iriarte Iriarte

Entering the world of Iriarte, Iriarte handbags feels much like getting lost in the Born today (the neighborhood where it is located) in an unpredictable science fiction story. Its intricacies and constant metamorphosis are as incredible as they are overwhelming. However, the strong foundations that forged it prevent it from losing its idiosyncrasy to the tourist-alien avalanche […]

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Hortense Giraud from MYBARRIO & Vila de Gràcia

Hyperactive Hortense Giraud landed in Barcelona from A Coruña (where she had spent the last three years working for ZARA) to join the creative forces of the city with MYBARRIO, a virtual platform famous for its pop-up events that are not limited to the ‘who’s who’ and the ‘who does what’ in the city’s lofty creative […]

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Matmos: “The live concert is like a cooking show. [You] show people how to chop up potatoes and then you open up the oven and you pull out a tortilla that’s ready”

To speak of Drew Daniel and M.C. Schmidt as mainstream musicians would be a terrible mistake. The tandem, which hides behind the pseudonym of Matmos, has been consolidated over the years as a musical project that came to the world in 2001 in the shape of no less than a masterpiece: A Chance To Cut Is A Chance To Cure, […]

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