Honey (Robyn)

Tuesday, 13 August 2019 18:16
After eight long years of silence, the empowered Robyn moves between nostalgia and euphoria. With his firm and welcoming voice, she catches us in a universe of bittersweet feelings of pain and hope. In Baby Forgive she regrets through the…

Técnica Mixta II (Franz Mesco)

Tuesday, 13 August 2019 18:00
The Chilean saxophonist attacks with this new collaborative work, with the voices of artists such as Javier Barría, Soledad del Río and Matiah Chinaski. In total there are 17 tracks that wrap us in changing, creative and welcoming atmospheres. Enjoy…

Janelle Monáe (Dirty Computer)

Tuesday, 13 August 2019 17:52
Beyond the Me Too and Black Lives Matter movements, beyond the politically correct, Monáe celebrates the power and magic of the black woman. Through a very experimental R&B, asks us in a flash: "Do you remember when they said I…

Freedom (Amen Dunes)

Tuesday, 13 August 2019 17:23
With more than a decade of career, he was one of the best-kept secrets of pop with psychedelic dyes. In the underground, oblivious to the interviews and singing in a corner of the studio, crouched and indifferent, a prisoner of…

Everything Is Love (The Carters)

Tuesday, 13 August 2019 17:14
After many comings and goings, and more than 100 hours of music-marriage therapy, Beyoncé and Jay-Z renew their vows to put an end to their commented trilogy. The Carters make love on the beach, rave and heal old wounds. The…

Nihil Per Saltum (Baikonur)

Tuesday, 13 August 2019 17:06
The postrock quintet from Santiago returns with its usual instrumental themes, adding in this second album the sound of synthesizers. Some may yawn at the monotony of some compositions, but I enjoy the breaks and progressions of proposals like Petricor.…

Joy As An Act of Resistance (Idles)

Tuesday, 13 August 2019 16:57
A powerful assemblage of anger and humor, where very deep emotions underlie, even certain gestures of tenderness. With its guitars and drums always protagonists, it is a heartbreaking rite of protest against Brexit, the hidden racism of British society and…

Transagelic Exodus (Ezra Furman)

Tuesday, 13 August 2019 16:47
Ezra Furman does not abandon his social and political theme, but he does it from another dimension. With its indie-pop sounds and poetic lyrics, it hugs and releases us with a buzz. Every time we think we step on known…

Songs Of Praise (Shame)

Tuesday, 13 August 2019 16:38
Shame is the typical post-punk band of southern England, which is no shame, led by the energetic Charlie Steen. At a concert, he appeared on crutches and climbed a sound tower. On another occasion, he spit into the sky and,…

Bottle It In (Kurt Vile)

Tuesday, 13 August 2019 15:08
It is already the seventh delivery as a soloist of the singer-songwriter of Philadelphia and once again surprises us with his assembly of psycho-folk-rock. It is an album that smells of coffee and smoke, dawn and hope (lessness). In 80…

Boarding House (Jack White)

Tuesday, 13 August 2019 11:27
Jack White never takes the easy road. Nor bewilder. Although some received this album with indifference (did they want me to throw the house out the window?), The Detroit musician delves into the classic sounds with an original and virtuous…

American Utopia (David Byrne)

Tuesday, 13 August 2019 11:25
It is the continuation of his multimedia project Reasons to Be Cheerful. By the hand of Brian Eno, his inseparable musical accomplice, David Byrne does not complain about the world, but sends a poetic message of optimism with beautiful images…
It is not the album that fans of Artic Monkeys awaited. Maybe that's why I like it a lot. It does not have the stridency or density of its guitars. It could have been a solo album by Alex Turner,…