This month I was a special guest on Resonance FM's weekly DJ show From The Hood where I played favourite pop-rock tracks from 1960s and 1970s Spain. Here you can listen part 1 and part 2 of the show:
The Comfy Show
Thank you to Trixie Delight for playing two of my songs on her Radio Woking space, The Comfy Show. From 1:17:16 to 1:24:00
Triangle on LP
I would like to thank Dan from One Cut Vinyl for his fine work pressing both of my albums: The Long Trick in 2016, and Triangle this year. Both albums have been pressed as limited edition LPs of only 7 copies each.
What are you afraid of?
Really exciting to hear two of my songs in a new episode of What Are You Afraid Of?, a really cool podcast of horror/paranormal stories. The episode is called Strange Days and you can listen to it here: http://www.whatareyouafraidofpodcast.com/2017/02/12/35-strange-days/
Enrique Lozano – Los Iberos
Enrique Lozano (izquierda). A principios de mes nos dejó Enrique Lozano, uno de los pioneros de la guitarra eléctrica en España y miembro fundador de Los Iberos, uno de los mejores grupos del pop español de los 60. Tuve la gran alegría de charlar con Don Enrique a través de Internet hace unos años. nos intercambiamos …
Favourite Spanish films from the 50s-70s
The Hunt (La Caza, 1966). A suffocating, violent psychological thriller directed by Carlos Saura about three veterans who meet to go rabbit hunting - it works brilliantly as a metaphor of the pointless carnage that was the Spanish Civil War. Death of a Cyclist (Muerte de un Ciclista, 1955). By Juan Antonio Bardem. A beautifully made drama/thriller that …
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