Renaldo & Clara charmed beehype team months ago because of their lovely pop, close to Donosti Sound scene. Sweet and timeless.
♪♫ Listen: “Gira-sols”
Destiny wanted – considering the content of “Dear Great Canyon” – that Joana Serrat was born in Vic in Catalunya, and not in America. For the roughness of this atmospheric and beautiful folk, Serrat could be some kind of M. Ward’s step-sister.
♪♫ Listen: “Green grass”
I would not say that Pau Vallvé approaches his creative peak, but “Pels dies bons” (self-released, self-designed, self-produced…) has enough arguments to discuss about it. More about this release on beehype.
♪♫ Listen: “Benvingut als Pirineus”
Maybe the best mix of “soft” flamenco and rock after the celebrated “Omega” (1996) by Enrique Morente and Lagartija Nick (introduced earlier on beehype). Detailed, minimal, dark. Well produced and beautifully sung by Silvia Perez Cruz. An epochal album.
♪♫ Listen: “Que me van aniquilando”