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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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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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Suara Store & Foundation: techno, cats & fashion

‘It’s all about music… and cats’. This motto encapsulates the philosophy behind Dj and producer Coyu’s Suara electronic music label that has a new space at the Born called Store & Foundation. Cats become the thread that unites the label’s aesthetics, the garments displayed in the new store and the foundation located on the top floor. […]

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Bandwidth: the new app for musicians

Playing in a band is not a bed of roses. It takes a lot of effort, dedication and passion to move ahead a project. So any initiatives to make the life of musicians easier are very welcome. This is the case of Bandwidth, an app that will connect you with other musicians easily to share […]

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The wonderful return of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

The magnitude, the genius and the depth of Push the sky away, the latest album by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, provokes a strange feeling of closeness. It seems like it was yesterday when it was released, but it’s been actually three years since this wonderful album saw the light. At the end of […]

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LiveSoundTracks Poetry In the Darkness: a sum up of a good cycle

This year, the LiveSoundTracks crew have delivered one of the most interesting cycles of the moment, the LST Poetry in the Darkness. Samuel Kerridge, Deena Abdelwahead o Kyoka, between the artist who pass through the cycle The Hiroshima cimena is the place chosen to explore the common ground of cinema and music with a series of performances of […]

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Hell Gallery, a hell of music, art and electronic

Hell Gallery was recently inaugurated at the Raval, a place where art, culture and electronic music merge. But it is also a vinyl store selling the latest trends in techno and experimental electronic music as well as a showroom, design store and library. Cecilismus, from Mirror Noir, is the debut collection of Hell Gallery With […]

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Basoa will be the stage to be on Bilbao BBK Live

This year’s edition of Bilbao BBK Live will have a new stage called Basoa, an intimate and magic space where nature and dancing will go grand in hand. Horse Meat Disco, Floating Points, Four Tet y Abu Sou will be in Basoa The program includes the best of national and international electronic music: Floating Points, Four Tet, Erol Alkan and Âme, as […]

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