Talent, embodied by big names from the world of culture and sports like Rozalén, Itziar Ituño, Teresa Helbig, Pedro Paricio, Dabiz Muñoz, Suso33, Niko Shera, Ray Zapata, or Silvia Mas, is the protagonist of Iberia’s new safety video.
Curiosity and courage are what helped Sebastián Yatra transcend music to try his luck in the world of film. And he did so in Spanish as his hallmark, making Ibero-America proud.
Sometimes just a few notes are enough to remember a film and feel moved again. Composer Fernando Velázquez, one of the most renowned and well-respected in Spain, knows what we’re talking about.
With ‘Pripyat’, an album sung in a made-up language, Marina Herlop has managed to draw public attention and earn her place on both the national and international scene.
We chat to Alaska and Nacho Canut (Fangoria) about a bit of everything, almost in honour of the song that opens their latest EP (‘Ex Profeso’).
Xoel López had to travel far, really far, to find himself again. The result of this journey was ‘Atlántico’, an album that few understood but that today, coinciding with its tenth anniversary, stands unscathed.
Los Estanques & Anni B Sweet
Los Estanques and Anni B Sweet have combined their talents to sign one of the most acclaimed albums of the year: 'Burbuja cómoda y elefante inesperado'. In upcoming months, their charming live performances will be heard across Spain.
Crystal clear melodies, catchy choruses, and an irresistible voice. The music of Irenegarry sounds spontaneous and fresh, two must-haves to win the hearts of the young (and not so young).
With 'Ritual', Dorian’s new album, the band invites everyone to hit play on life after the pandemic and to celebrate a concept of cosmopolitanism that encourages us to mix and be inspired.
Pleasure. What you feel when you listen to your favourite song, sing it at the top of your lungs, and share it with thousands of people. After taking a break due to the pandemic, music festivals are back with a bang.
Dover’s 'Devil came to me', a quintessential album for an entire generation, turns 25, and we’re celebrating by chatting to some of its makers and analysing its impact.