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Saturday, February 22, 2020

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 255

This impasse week before (we hope) forthcoming & meaningful announcements is over, and with the new weekend (in this zero-Winter city, but that's a sad, very different story...) it's time to unveil another, pretty spectacular TOP TEN JUKEBOX. Ten tunes with the clear focus of presenting you exciting new acts (plus RVG, we have a serious crush with Romy Vager's voice), honouring this humble Blog most enduring tradition. And a way to recharge your batteries to the fullest as well while you enjoy the days off. Have fun and remember to join us in our Soundcloud page!




Direct links to 2020 Jukebox playlists

Sunday, February 16, 2020

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 254

As we told you yesterday, this weekend we have a double ration of TOP TEN JUKEBOX, providing you with twenty songs overall for your listening pleasure. This second playlist is a Blog's trademark, full of discoveries, although there are also some beloved groups that couldn't be missed at Bloodbuzzed, such as our beloved Basia Bulat (first couple of tastes from the new album sound amazing, huge expectations) or Flyying Colours. Have a good time, and remember to join us in our Soundcloud page!

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Direct links to 2020 Jukebox playlists

Saturday, February 15, 2020

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 253

Some situations are impossible to control, and last week (well, it began at the end of past week, really) has been a collision of sorts: frustration, clashes, expectations... While we are still trying to process it all, here's a flamboyant, new TOP TEN JUKEBOX to "soundtrack the state we are in". And what a collection of tunes! Full of Blog favourites, such as Mr. Leithauser, Núria Graham (really looking forward for 'Marjorie') or Rolling Blackout C.F. (with a clear candidate for Song of the Year So Far, oh these guitars!) as well as the usual, promising new finds. We'll probably come back with even more tunes tomorrow (we have a lot of music to celebrate) so stay tuned and remember to join us in our Soundcloud page!

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Direct links to 2020 Jukebox playlists

Sunday, February 2, 2020

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 252

Raising our frequency of posts was a New Year's goal, and we haven't surrendered to the daily hustle and bustle that detach us from writing. So, here's hoping for a much more productive new month, that we start with a new TOP TEN JUKEBOX! February begins with a playlist full of discoveries, plus beloved Californian band Seablite, whose songs keep appearing in this Blog. So, without further delay, we encourage you to immerse yourself into the songs that we propose you below and enjoy as it deserves the Sunday, and remember to join us in our Soundcloud page!




Direct links to 2020 Jukebox playlists

Saturday, January 25, 2020

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 251

We told you last week, the music year has begun in a most promising way and we already have the "vaults" of tunes completely full, eagerly awaiting to be released. So, without further hesitation, here comes our TOP TEN JUKEBOX, ready to knock you out year comes full of energy and good vibes. A lot to discover in this ten proposals, focused in exciting new findings, so get a listen! Have a great weekend, and remember to join us in our Soundcloud page!




Direct links to 2020 Jukebox playlists

Sunday, January 19, 2020

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 250

The first TOP TEN JUKEBOX of the year comes full of energy and good vibes, something only the best music can provide. Ten wonderful options to enjoy the free time as it deserves alongside "old friends", such as the new proposals of Nada SurfClose LobstersPia Fraus or The Flatmates. After such an amazing collection of tunes (always in our humble opinion, of course) we can only say: long live to the guitars... and here's hoping for this playlist to be a sign of the music to be discovered in this 2020! Have a very nice Sunday, and remember to join us in our Soundcloud page!




Direct links to 2020 Jukebox playlists

Friday, January 17, 2020

Primavera Sound 2020: first impressions



2019 is over. Lists are over... and here it comes (finally) the heavily anticipated announcement of the Primavera Sound's line-up for 2020. Gone is the tricky label #NewNormal, so let's welcome the #BestFestivalForever... Or it is, really?

At first glimpse, it seems way better than last year. Yes, the traditional eclecticism of the Festival turned into its Coachellisation and the embrace of the so-called urban music is here to stay. But there's plenty to see, with an exciting 90s revival (Pavement, Yo La Tengo, Dinosaur Jr., Kathleen Hannah and Ms Gordon altogether) and some wonderful surprises, particularly Mavis Staples and Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott, absolute musts of the Festival for this Blog. Add "surefires" among the headliners, such as The National, or among the 'small class', such as Jessica Pratt or Fontaines D.C. and the result is an edition that, at least on paper, looks happily stacked.

But is there something really special, something that really blows our minds and justifies the promotiong of the Festival as very special edition (20th anniversary of Primavera)? Not to our knowledge/tastes, aside from the aforementioned hero from Hull, to be honest. Moreover, there's the feeling of several painful misses that could have elevated this edition to undeniably one of the best. If you allow us to name a few: Sleater-Kinney, Sharon Van Etten, Julia Jacklin, Vivian Girls, Tiny Ruins (or any of the wonders from 'down under', a familiar, recurring pain), Better Oblivion Community Center, Wilco, Crowded House or Tindersticks (bands that are playing in Barcelona this year for the price of your mortgage)... Plus, there's the fear too much Mordor awaits us compared with the latest, pretty comfortable editions, and that some acts we really want to see, namely Jesus and Mary Chain or Rolling Blackouts are playing on Wednesday. And even more scary than the previous: overlaps could be particularly devastating this edition.

But there's no point wasting much time complaining about what could have been... As, we insist, the overall first impression is pretty positive, taking in mind, as always, there's always something to discover among the vast 'middle and small class' offer to add to 'our' Festival routes. Having said that, let's honour the Blog’s tradition: here’s our rough paint & colour' version of 2020 line-up with the bands we are willing to see. Suggestions are welcomed and as always, a lot to listen ahead!!


CONFIRMED ARTISTS FOR PRIMAVERA SOUND 2020
3 June - 7 June

100 GECS •33EMYBW •ABBATH •AEAEA •AFRODEUTSCHE •AGORAPHOBIA •AKASHA KID •AMAIA •AMELIE LENS •ANIKA KUNST •ARTHUR VEROCAI •AURORA HALAL •AUTOMATIC •BAD BUNNY •BAD GYAL •BAUHAUS •BEACH BUNNY •BECK •BEN UFO •BICEP LIVE •BIG FREEDIA •BIGKLIT •BIKINI KILLBILL CALLAHAN •BISCUIT •BLACK COFFEE •BLACK COUNTRY, NEW ROAD •BLACK LIPS •BLACK MIDI •BLAWAN •BLOND:ISH •BOY HARSHER •BRITTANY HOWARD •BROCKHAMPTON •BUTTECHNO •C. TANGANA •CALL SUPER B2B SHANTI CELESTE •CARIBOU •CARISTA •CARLA •CAROLINA DURANTE •CAROLINE POLACHEK •CHAOS IN THE CBD •CHAQUETA DE CHÁNDAL •CHROMATICS •CIGARETTES AFTER SEX •COMA •CRUDO PIMENTO •CUBAN DOLL •D. TIFFANY •DAVE P. •DESIRE •DIE KATAPULT •DIIVDINOSAUR JR. •DISCLOSURE •DJ COCO •DJ FRA •DJ HARVEY •DJ KELVIN •DJ LIZZ •DJ NARANJITO •DJ PLAYERO •DJ SHADOW •DJ WHOISDUALIPA •DUKI •EARL SWEATSHIRT •EINSTÜRZENDE NEUBAUTEN •ELA MINUS •FATIMA YAMAHA •FAYE WEBSTER •FERRAN PALAU •FLOATING POINTS •FONTAINES D.C. •FREDDIE GIBBS & MADLIB •GABBER MODUS OPERANDI •GABRIELA RICHARDSON •GEORGIA •GIRL IN RED •HANNAH DIAMOND •HEALTH •HÉCTOR OAKS •HELADO NEGRO •HICKEYS •HONEY DIJON •IGGY POP •IOSONOUNCANE •ISABELLA •IVY BARKAKATI •JAKUZI •JAMILA WOODS •JANE FITZ •JAWBOX •JEFF MILLS •JEHNNY BETH •JENNY HVAL •JESSICA PRATT •JOAN SHELLEY •JOHN T. GAST •JOSEY REBELLE •JOYHAUSER •JULIETTA FERRARI DJ •KACEY MUSGRAVES •KAMMA & MASALO •KAMPIRE & DECAY PRESENT BUNU BOP •KANO •KHALED •KILLAVESI •KIM GORDON •KIM PETRAS •KING GIZZARD AND THE LIZARD WIZARD •KING KRULE •KING PRINCESS •KOFFEE •KURT VILE •L DEVINE •LA FAVI •LANA DEL REY •LAS LIGAS MENORES •LAWRENCE LE DOUX •LE HAMMOND INFERNO •LE NAIS •LEON VYNEHALL •LES AMAZONES D'AFRIQUE •LES SAVY FAV •LIGHTNING BOLT •LILA TEQUILA •LINGUA IGNOTA •LITTLE SIMZ •LORENA ÁLVAREZ •LORENZO SENNI •LORY D •LOS HIJOS DE YAYO •LUNA KI •MABEL •MAGGIE ROGERS •MANEL •MANO LE TOUGH •MARIA DEL MAR BONET •MARIAH THE SCIENTIST •MARTHA •MASSIVE ATTACK •MAVIS STAPLES •MECÁNICA POPULAR •METRONOMY •MICA LEVI •MIKE DRED •NAPALM DEATH •ÑEJO •NINA KRAVIZ •NOGA EREZ •NORSICAA •NÚRIA GRAHAM •OKLOU •OM •OSCAR MULERO •OTOBOKE BEAVER •PABLLO VITTAR •PALOMA MAMI •PANTOCRATOR •PARK HYE-JIN •PAUL HEATON & JACQUI ABBOTTPAVEMENT •PELADA •PENELOPE ISLES •PILE •PNL •RAPSODY •RICHARD DAWSON •RINA SAWAYAMA •ROLLING BLACKOUTS COASTAL FEVER •ROMBO •ROOSEVELT •SAMPA THE GREAT •SANGRE NUEVA •SHAME •SHELLAC •SHERELLE •SHYGIRL •SIDE CHICK •SONIDO LA CHANGA •SOTO ASA •SPECIAL REQUEST •SQUAREPUSHER •SQUID (UK) •STELLAR OM SOURCE •SUDAN ARCHIVES •TEKI LATEX •TETO PRETO •THE CARETAKER •THE JESUS AND MARY CHAINTHE NATIONALTHE STROKES •TIM BURGESS •TOPS •TRAPANI •TROPICAL FUCK STORM •TYLER, THE CREATOR •UNIFORMS •VAGINA DENTATA ORGAN •VIOLET •VTSS •WEYES BLOOD •WILLIAM DJOKO •YO LA TENGO •YOUNG DOLPH •YOUNG MARCO •YOUNG THUG •YUNG BEEF & PABLO CHILL-E •ZA •ZOZO

Green- Definetely seeing them. Absolute must
Orange- If there are no overlaps (in particular with the green ones), I'll be there for sure
Yellow- Curious about it/on "research mode"/nice option if there's no overlap