Pablo Amor is a Spanish writer living in Madris, and gets easily amused by all things cultural, be it movies, books, music, or videogames. That’s the reason why after getting a degree in Economics, he moved on to Journalism, writing for many different outlets, ranging from magazines and papers (GQ Spain<>/i>, El Pa
Sunday, June 22 2008
There are many different ways of achieving greatness when playing live. Of course you have to have great songs, but that is not the only variable to take into account for real stage success.
Sunday, April 20 2008
Only one band survived the highs and lows of the Britpop era. We talked about this endurance, a sixth album, and other lifespan issues with Danny Goffey, the one and only drummer for... yes, Supergrass.
Thursday, March 20 2008
In which a skeptic attends his first tribute band concert and comes out the other side convinced that not only is the Australian Pink Floyd Show the real deal, it may be even better than the real thing.
Wednesday, March 12 2008
With an ever growing sense of belonging to a certain international musical indie community and with better weapons than ever, Spanish acts of astonishing quality abound in this year’s SXSW.
Wednesday, May 14 2008
Instead of a side project of the Arctic Monkeys' frontman, the Last Shadow Puppets comes up as a labour of love for newly discovered influences.