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David Bowie’s Black Star

We duly told you last week and we say it again: in 2016 music lovers will have many reasons to celebrate thanks to the release of long-awaited new albums. One of them is David Bowie’s ★ (Blackstar), preceded by the music video for “Lazarus”.

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Scores ‘The Get Down’ from your 2016 series

It looks like 2016 is going to be a good year as far a TV series go. Not long ago we told you about the upcoming premiere of Vinyl, a series for music lovers created by the great Scorsese and Jagger (more info here). Today it’s the turn of the trailer of Netflix’s new series […]

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The Chemical Brothers & Michel Gondry

We have a new visual and sound delight to start the week by great director Michel Gondry and his music video for The Chemical Brothers. Both the song—which is rather danceable—and the music video—which stands out for its overwhelming simplicity—are a must.  The album release is scheduled for July 17 The song is ‘Go’, the official […]

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PrimaveraPro 2015

This year PrimaveraPro, within the Primavera Sound 2015, comes hitting harder than ever with a risky program loaded with experimental music proposals and bands from around the world. On the one hand, the line-up includes a series of Polish bands that will perform at the showcase Don’t Panic! We’re from Poland and, on the other, a number of bands […]

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Discover Tangerine, a film made by iPhone

Tangerine was one of the films included in the NEXT section of the latest edition of the Sundance Festival. As strange as it may sound, it’s a film made with smartphones, with an iPhone 5S to be exact, with a 2.000€ budget that has also won rave reviews. Written and directed by Sean Baker, Tangerine is a comedy […]

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May 1st

Today we wish you a happy worker’s day. To pay tribute to such an important date, we have made a special playlist with hits old and new to raise our fists and give free reign to our most revolutionary spirit, to dance or to just enjoy a revival. Don’t worry, we’re not working. This is […]

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What happened, Miss Simone?

June 26 is the day chosen by Netflix to premiere the much-awaited documentary What happened, Miss Simone?, a film devoted to the life and work of wonderful artist Nina Simone, also known as the “high priestess of soul”, directed by Oscar-nominated Liz Garbus with the support of Nina Simone’s daughter Lisa Simone Kelly. The documentary was officially premiered at […]

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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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Lost Themes by John Carpenter

Iconic film director John Carpenter, responsable for cult films such as Escape from New York (1981), The Thing (1982) or Big Trouble in Little China (1986), released his first album, Lost Themes (Sacred Bones Records, 2015), earlier this year. A great debut that it’s not the soundtrack of any of his films or tracks taken from other albums. Iconic film director John Carpenter released his first […]

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