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Buika: La Noche Más Larga

Buika has soft moments, delicate moments, but never tired moments.

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ChuCha Santamaria y Usted: ChuCha Santamaria y Usted

Gently explores all your fave disco genres, including freestyle, Italo, motorik, and the hard-charging Pitbull stomp.

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Josh Rouse: El Turista

More postcards from a sunny exile. Far from the blue glow of melancholy, Rouse's music aims for glorious golden moments.

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Ojos de Brujo: Aocaná

Aocaná seems to me softer than their past work, more laid-back, with less scratching and fewer u-turns.

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Buika: Niña de Fuego

Buika has the right way of sounding drunk yet alert enough to mourn and scorn absent lovers.

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Various: Porque Este Océano es el Tuyo, es el Mío

This album, its mouthful of a title borrowed from Pablo Neruda, is a compilation of indie pop tracks from South and Central America.

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Aroah: El Día Después

The music seems to look inward, as if the singer is addressing herself before considering us, but it doesn't have the fierce self-absorption or the lack of humour that the word 'intensity' can suggest.

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Burbuja: Burbuja

A distant aural cousin to the scenes in the garden at the start of Blue Velvet.

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Benjamin Escoriza: Alevanta!

After listening to Alevanta! it's easy to think of this as the fifth Radio Tarifa album that never was.

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