Podcast: Radio Chaneque – Peticiones

Nota: Si el widget no funciona, escucha el podcast directo en Mixcloud. Lo prometido es deuda y es hora de cumplirle al estimado público de este podcast. Todas las peticiones que nos hicieron llegar por los distintos medios de comunicación que utilizamos son cumplidas en esta emisión. Recuerden que estamos en Facebook, Twitter, Soundcloud, Skype, Instagram y hasta por paloma mensajera. Gracias por este primer … Continue reading Podcast: Radio Chaneque – Peticiones

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Podcast: Radio Chaneque – Trilogías

Nota: Si el widget no funciona, escúchalo directo en Mixcloud o descarga la app para Android o IOs. El menú de hoy: El día de hoy voy al evento de Coordenadas que se organiza cada mes y en el escrito que llevo en el fanzine, hago un comentario sobre como la apatía por la música nueva es algo que pasa tanto en Inglaterra como en … Continue reading Podcast: Radio Chaneque – Trilogías

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Podcast – Rosolio Dischordial

This week’s Radio Chaneque mix is a mix of dissonant rock, past and present, with bands who embraced odd time signatures with punk, metal, math and even a bit of psychedelic feelings.

Lend your attention to these 18 bands, who crank it up when needed or play it soft when they plan to suckerpunch you. This podcast is dedicated to Smithereens & The Chapman Family, two great bands that never disappointed me. Even bigger dedication to the memory of Jason Noble.

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Tales of the Pill Generation : Enjoy the silence

(Editor’s note: this is part of an upcoming book called The Fall and Decline of the Pill Generation)

It was a very hard time for me. Not in school, though, it was kinda OK back then, I wasn’t the whipping boy for the rest of the classroom in 1990.

That was Rubén’s job, it seems. Continue reading “Tales of the Pill Generation : Enjoy the silence”

Looking back at… Failure’s Fantastic Planet

We love Failure. In all its forms and meanings. It’s what makes us who we are as writers/reviewers/ranters/human beings. We love the band, too.

Sorry for the upbeat/stupid intro, this is more of a collective piece instead of the usual “one person army” approach we’ve done in the site. For this very special edition of “looking back at…” we cajoled and twisted a few arms around. Some people replied, others finally managed to work out the “ignore” button. Booyah. Here’s what some collected thoughts on that massive piece of rock called Fantastic Planet.

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