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Ion de Sosa, dreams and dystopian sci-fi

Interview with Ion de Sosa Ion de Sosa debuted in 2011 with the film True Love (2011), a film in which, in an exercise of exorcism, brutally exposes his heartbreaking and unbearable pain caused by a failed love relationship, to the point of making the audience feel uncomfortable. The second film of this Berlin-based Basque filmmaker is shocking […]

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Laetitia Sadier, individualism and sexuality

Laetitia Sadier is one of the great names of modern pop, the most visible face of one of the most legendary British indie bands of all times, Stereolab. Laetitia went solo a few years ago to develop her most personal project to date. In 2014 she released Something Shines, a fourth album that consolidates her as one […]

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The Dodos, disobedient brilliant melodies

Listening to Californian band The Dodos means living a passionate and never-ending duel between a guitar and a drum set. It’s feeling it’s galloping rhythms and its organic experimentation, being carried away by a very organic experimentation, being surprised by disproportional music patterns or falling in love with that so very sensual voice and its […]

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Agorazein, patriotic and sharp rap verses

Agorazein is to Spanish hip hop what Odd Future is to the West coast. Agorazein is a gust of fresh air in the rap music scene. Formed by C. Tangana (the most visible member), Fabianni, Sticky M.A., Jerv. agz and I-Ace, this collective has been praised here and abroad and now is set to conquer Latin […]

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Yosigo, visual persistence

We recently told you about Riu Avall, a photobook that caught our attention. Riu Avall is an accurate portrait of the Llobregat River by Barcelona-based Basque photographer Yosigo (San Sebastian, 1981). Starting from there, we began digging deeper into his work to discover a very different look where the spaces we inhabit and uninhabit gain a new dimension, […]

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Playmoss: impossible playlists against musical chaos

It is very likely that Aleix Fernández was the classic teenager that carefully selected his favourite songs and recorded them on a cassette with a pre-established order that had some kind of discourse and coherence in his mind. We could also say that, with the arrival of the Internet and the indomitable flow of information, he […]

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