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Sunday, May 19, 2019

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 229


A pretty full weekend… despite the rain (nice change for this city, everyday closer to the tropics). But now that we have a little break, it’s time to offer you our latest TOP TEN JUKEBOX, full of discoveries, as usual, plus a stunning cover of one Stereolab’s finest, courtesy of Seablite (can’t wait to listen their new release). There’s a wide variety of styles/genres in the music gathered, indiepop, jangle pop and arresting female singer-songwriters, a soundtrack for whatever mood suit us with this unpredictable weather. So we encourage you to delve into the tunes and enjoy the Sunday. And remember, all the songs are available at our Soundcloud. (Join Us!)
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Saturday, May 11, 2019

Primavera Sound 2019: my draft schedule

As the tradition obliges, here comes one of our favourite Blog posts! Because the Primavera Sound Festival timetables' were disclosed yesterday, so the time of making our own 'path' trough the line-up has already arrived. At first sight, it doesn't look as promising as previous editions (at least for us, but that's something we knew already, sign of the times and "new normalities") but we know that one of the charms of this festival is to discover new bands... just seems that in this 2019 more than ever!
Wednesday,  May 29th, 
18:00 Melenas (Primavera)
19:10 Hatchie (Primavera)
Just two names we are really interested in for the opening day (sorry, not feeling Big Red Machine that much) but attractive enough to be there for the afternoon...

Thursday, May 30th, Parc del Fòrum
17:00 Julien Baker (Auditori Rockdelux)
18:10 Soccer Mommy (Ray-Ban)
19:00 Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks (Primavera)
21:50 Courtney Barnett (Pull & Bear)
23:15 Interpol (Seat) 
Pretty complete and straightforward day... that could have been wonderful without the clashes, a couple of them being simply terrible: Mr. Malkmus overlaps with half of Big Thief's gig, and Interpol with Guided by Voices. So, though questions to be resolved ahead. Mac DeMarco before Courtney? Mr. Pollard or a band that has returned with a very solid record after a couple of letdowns? Or even considering watching Pylon Reenacment society (also clashing with the aforementioned two)?)

Friday, May 31st, Parc del Fòrum
16:45 Lucy Dacus (Ray-Ban)
17:35 Snail Mail (Primavera)
18:30 Birkins feat Ken Stringfellow play Ziggy Stardust (Your Heineken Stage)
19:35 Kurt Vile & The Violators (Pull & Bear)
22:30 Suede (Ray-Ban)
23:50 Low (Primavera)
00:55 Kate Tempest (Ray-Ban)
Another pretty full day (why is Lucy Dacus starting that early?) with only a gap between Kurt Vile and Suede (right now leaning towards Liz Phair). Not bad on paper...

Saturday, June 1rst, Parc del Fòrum
19:15 Built to Spill (Primavera)
20:15 Me and the Bees play The Breeders (Your Heineken Stage)
22:55 Jarvis Cocker (Ray-Ban)
01:30 Stereolab (Ray-Ban)
If Jarvis doesn't save it (any of you has an idea of what kind of performance will offer to us?) this is a frustrating day. Almost nothing to be excited for until Built to Spill, which overlaps (hope just slightly) with our dear Me and the Bees. There, more emptiness (Drab Majesty?) until the Jarvis' enigma and waiting for Stereolab's time (one of the few must-see of this PS19 for us) with Primal Scream.

Sunday, June 2nd, 
18:20 Filthy Friends (Primavera a la ciutat -Barcelona)
23.30 The Beths (Sala Apolo)
And more frustration to end the Festival. Two big, mandatory acts for us (Peter Buck & Corin Tucker? They should be headliners... ALWAYS), separated by many hours and locations, damn it what a terrible schedule!

Stay tuned for further developments!!

Sunday, May 5, 2019

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 228

After the storm comes the calm... even the sun. So, seizing the moment (at least trying) of this splendid and spring-like weekend we bring you our latest TOP TEN JUKEBOX, which not on purpose, we promise, it has an eerie, very appropriate folkie vibe alongside the regular dose of new discoveries, such as Marble Arch or Daughter of Swords, Blog beloved acts, like Witching Waves or the infallible J. Mascis paying tribute to Tom Petty... and a huge, immense plus. Because we couldn't just ignore the fact that on Friday it would have been the 100 anniversary of the great Peter Seeger, the folk myth whose tunes and social commitment are still as meaningful and powerful today as when he originally wrote/sung them. Still fighting for the turning of the seasons dear Pete, still convinced we shall overcome. Happy birthday! Enjoy the sunny days and remember, all the songs are available at our Soundcloud. (Join Us!)

Sunday, April 28, 2019

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 227

Have you fulfilled your duties as a responsible citizen? Already voted? As we told you, we had more songs pending in the pipeline for you! Here's our double dose of TOP TEN JUKEBOX with many more discoveries, awaiting for your listening pleasure. Who knows, if the extreme right (we have three parties here among them, so plenty to choose from) wins, or the too hip to vote left skips the elections this might be the last playlist (fascists and culture are not very good friends). So please, if you haven't already, go to the polling station and vote... for everything that all is at stake (our social and labour rights, women rights, our freedoms at risk, our welfare state & public services, the climate change....), or in short, for our future. United, we can. Have a good Sunday and remember, all the songs are available at our Soundcloud. (Join Us!)




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Friday, April 26, 2019

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 226

Last weekend of April (we won't miss you, terrible month) and to kick the off days in good spirits, here's our latest TOP TEN JUKEBOX, ready to cheer up your hours of relaxation or break away. As always, we have selected the 10 songs that we have liked the most lately of the indie music scene, and we have listed a fantastic mix between recurring groups at our Blog as Bleached (awaited comeback) Olden Yolk or the mighty Sebadoh, but also discoveries like Jeanines, The Infinites or Elenin. Lot to choose from and listen to! We encourage you to dive into this knockout playlist and remember, all the songs are available at our Soundcloud. (Join Us!)

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Sunday, April 21, 2019

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 225

Although we are enjoying our Easter holidays, we couldn't forget our beloved TOP TEN JUKEBOX! Because besides trying to relax (we needed a break after the last stressful weeks), planning things for the future in the short-medium term and getting away from the daily routine, it's our duty to bring you the latest ten gems that we have discovered. This time, we propose you a mix of rhythms, styles and backgrounds with bands from over the world to join you on these days off. Not everything is going to be processions and saints, there's also space for fun! Have a nice Sunday and remember, all the songs are available at our Soundcloud. (Join Us!)

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Saturday, April 13, 2019

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 224

Almost two weeks have passed of our latest TOP TEN JUKEBOX, fourteen days that have been one of the most stressful and sad that we have ever lived. It's never easy to say goodbye to someone you loved and raised you. But, despite the pain, we have managed to list another ten excellent songs for you to listen. Because music, like the memories, moments and the feelings shared, will always be with us, specially indie pop and jangle pop, two styles that are all around this Blog and on this week's playlist. Also, we haven't forgotten that today is the Record Store Day so, what a better way to cheer-up us than with good music? Have a nice weekend and remember all these people who's crazy enough to still release, play or even have a music store. And remember, all the songs are available at our Soundcloud. (Join Us!)




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Sunday, March 31, 2019

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 223

After some really hard, anxious, shitty weeks full of hospitals, we can only say that WE ARE BACK. Or at least trying to get back to our normal routine and, for sure, to our beloved Blog and playlists. Because as Nietzsche would say 'without music, live would be a mistake', so here's our TOP TEN JUKEBOX. We have had more than twenty days to hear and gather new tunes, discovering some exciting bands along the way (we haven't got the time for writing, but we still listened) so we have had plenty to grab from. So, we hope you like them as much as we do, we have much more in the works (we'll do our best to not disappear for so long). And remember, all the songs are available at our Soundcloud. (Join Us!)




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Saturday, March 2, 2019

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 222

After a busy week of work, which included transport strikes and the recurrent city collapse thanks to the Mobile Wold Congress (we'll save for another day the debate on all these macro events that, supposedly, brings all sort of wonders and euros to the cities), we are ready to start the weekend as it deserves. And that means our latest TOP TEN JUKEBOX is here! A well-balanced playlist between new groups to be discovered and bands that this Blog has already fallen in love with and are returning to action with music gems, such as Egoism, Luluc or Star Tropics. So put on your "diving suit" and find the music treasures. And remember, all the songs are available at our Soundcloud. (Join Us!)




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Thursday, February 21, 2019

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 221

While some still believe that climate change is fake news, here we are with a few days ahead that are expected to set a new record of high temperatures for what once was called winter. But hey, at least is Friday, and we are eager to dive into the warm weekend, more so thanks to our freshly cooked TOP TEN JUKEBOX. A playlist that includes a wide variety of styles and a bunch of new discoveries. So, we invite you to enjoy the free time and listen to our fantastic new proposals. And remember, all the songs are available at our Soundcloud. (Join Us!)
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Friday, February 15, 2019

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 220

After the increase of blood sugar produced by Valentine's Day, (don't get us wrong, we believe in love and affection, but we will never understand why it has to be demonstrated during a specific day by buying things to your significant other) we have arrived to a new weekend and with it we bring you our latest TOP TEN JUKEBOX. Ten gems ready to be discovered and savored slowly,like the total hymn to jangle pop of Whoa Melodic, or the new Tacocat song, that for sure will make this two days off happier. Take care and remember, all the songs are available at our Soundcloud. (Join Us!)




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Saturday, February 9, 2019

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 219

Build a wall to stop migration! Make a demonstration against a rapporteur (yet to be appointed)! Vote extreme right or/and millionaires (professional cheaters) to solve the (major, essential, pivotal) problems of inequality and distribution of wealth! Utter nonsense, bigotry and fascism, and we're afraid we, as citizens, have embraced this despicable era. The temptation to talk about politics is huge, but this weekend we're calling for a time out. Because we're about to take (momentary) shelter thanks to the Minifestival (Night Flowers, Free Cake for Every Creature and the mighty Kristin Hersh) tonight, plus we have prepared a terrific new TOP TEN JUKEBOX with several Blog beloved acts such as The Stroppies, the great Julia Jacklin covering The Strokes, I Was a King or one of the last gifts of the already missed Zach Denton alongside a bunch of exciting discoveries. Music as refuge, or as the medicine in order not to explode! Take a break and remember, all the songs are available at our Soundcloud. (Join Us!)




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Saturday, February 2, 2019

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 218

It's been somewhat of a struggle finding the time to keep writing (life seems to be getting in their way more frequently) and maintaining a "sustainable" pace of updates at the Blog. We'll try, promise. But that doesn't mean we ain't listening to new, exciting music, ready to be gathered and packed in a flamboyant new TOP TEN JUKEBOX for your ears only. This week we have a pretty even combination of beloved names such as Martha Ffion, Shana Cleveland or She Sir, alongside most promising newcomers (with a double dose of "local product"). Plus a very special closing tune: the cover of Teenage Fanclub's 'Broken' made by fans as a way to say goodbye to founding member Gerard Love late last year. A beautiful, heartfelt tribute to someone who has been an intrinsencal part in the soundtrack of our lives (thanks Gerry). Hope you enjoy. And remember, all the songs are available at our Soundcloud. (Join Us!)




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Saturday, January 26, 2019

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 217

Long and extenuating week (the bad colds courtesy of Winter time and air-conditioning/heaters nonsense continues) that deserves to be cheered-up with another round of our TOP TEN JUKEBOX.  And, pardon our lack of modesty, we are pretty sure the playlist we have prepared for you is going to meet our aims... because is full of amazing discoveries and unmistakable returns to form! Ace new tunes from surefires I Was a King and Tiny Ruins (expectations couldn't be higher for forthcoming album), killer finds such as the tracks from The Black Fever, Hobby Club or Misty Coast, among others.... and the return of the Maestro himself, Mr. Robert Forster. It can get much better than this, so enjoy, have fun and remember, all the songs are available at our Soundcloud. (Join Us!)




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Sunday, January 20, 2019

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 216

As you might imagine, we have been a little bit busy (and pretty sick) these days, but that doesn't mean we have forgotten our TOP TEN JUKEBOX. So, a little delayed but ready to stun your ears, here comes our latest playlist full of new discoveries like The Faded North or Kiwi jr., as well as consecrated artists as Nada Surf or The Proctors. Ten excellent options that undoubtedly deserve to be listened carefully. Have a nice Sunday and remember, all the songs are available at our Soundcloud. (Join Us!)



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Friday, January 11, 2019

The Bloodbuzzed Jukebox Week 215

We're back! Now that the holidays madness (you know, neverending meals, even sillier than usual TV and social networks stuff, boundless consumism in the name of what?) is gone, and despite the spreading fluu, we are ready to offer you the first TOP TEN JUKEBOX of 2019, with the first tunes  we want to highlight  in the new year. An eclectic, varied and pretty exciting playlist that, for sure, is going to cheer-up your weekend. Put a smile on your face and start the days off as deserved. And remember, all the songs are available at our Soundcloud. (Join Us!)



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Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Best Songs of the Year 2018: 25-1

Happy 2019! Our best wishes for the year ahead... and what a better way to being it than with the last  round of our Best Songs of the Year! Here's our particular top 25, a collection of stunning tunes (it's been a serious challenge to rank them) to celebrate the 365 days of music that we just left behind, and kick off 2019 with the best possible soundtrack. As always, you have the Spotify playlist below, so we encourage you to give it a listen, the songs deserve it. We also hope you have enjoyed this 'musical tour' as much as we have done preparing it. For a great year of music ahead!   

25. Future Me Hates Me- The Beths
24. Pristine- Snail Mail
23. Dawning- DMA’s
22. Look Out from Your Window- The Innocence Mission
21. Bite the Hand- Boygenius
20. Espionage- Preoccupations
19. Web So Dense- J. Mascis
18. Me and McAlevey- Walter Martin
17. Quisiera Poder Rezar- Los Hermanos Cubero
16. Vital Sign- Olden Yolk
15. Nervous Man- The Boys with the Perpetual Nervoussness
 14. Boys in the Better Land- Fontaines D.C.
13. Wasting Time- Young Scum
12. Cruel Wind- Night Flowers
11. Sabes la Noche- Hazte Lapón
10. Talking Straight- Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
9. Night Shift- Lucy Dacus
8. Complex- The Chills
7. Need a Little Time- Courtney Barnett
6. I Was a Fool- Sunflower Bean
5. Erasure- Superchunk
4. Middle America- Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks
3. Brick Horizon- Woolen Men
2. All the Mains Are Down- Math and Physics Club
1. David- Frokedal