Tanxugueiras: Terra. The selection process to represent Spain in Eurovision is the most exciting thing that has happened at the festival in a lot of years. And among the 14 candidate songs, revealed this week, the Cinderella is this theme of folk with electronics that contains everything that you like at the festival: eccentricity, epic and a disirpory facilitated.
Rigoberta Bandini: Ay Mom. MA, MA, MA, MA, MA, Wonder Once again the Catalan singer brings us, which again takes us in this song from bottom to top to the euphoria. Not to mention the great thing that it would be to be part of a country that Korea united: "I do not know why they are so afraid of our tits / without them would not have humanity or there would be beauty."
Varry Brava: Raffaella. Some seventies winks, Europop Laser Sound and a tribute to La Carrà for the tightened dancing. Sympathone
Luna Ki: I'm going to die. Every time someone says on Twitter that the epic emo is finished, a kitten dies on the other side of the planet. That reminds us of this thick bomb that mixes Trap and Rock Classicote.
Cleo Sol: Sunshine. The British collective Sault is one of the most interesting groups of black music in recent years, and among them stands out this R & B singer with a chocolate voice. Neosoul with soft hip hop bases to listen to on Sunday afternoons.
Bronchio + 41V1L: Granada. A granulated voice that looks like a broken glass and the throbbing electronics of the Jerez producer, which below is planning and above builds a dark polyiritm.
Yard Act: Payday. Between the post-punk and the new wave, with an inevitable resemblance to Talking Heads, the young group of Leeds, who publishes his debut album The first week of January, swings very well among bad milk, the puncture sounds and true Appearance crazy.
Nacho Vegas: Big Crunch. The veteran Indie icon rebuilds his language and music from him in his new album, 'immobile worlds collapsed', which is published on January 14 and from which he has just advanced this third anti-capitalist single with a vertiginous recitation.
Juçara Marçal: Crash. What a whirlwind unleashes the Brazilian singer, or the rapper, actually, because she almost dismembered the melody with a voracious interpretation while the group decides the rhythm. The distorted rhythm seems a tribute to the first PJ Harvey: no complaints.Updated Date: 06 January 2022, 09:28