Jorge Drexler and Dorian in the news of the week

A path that asks to be luminous for Tinta y tiempo by Jorge Drexler, an album with which we begin the review of the week’s record releases. Produced by Carles “Campi” Campón (Vetusta Morla, Xoel López), it has C. Tangana, Rubén Blades, Noga Erez and Martín Buscaglia as special guests. The musician faced the energy of love in all its expressions, states of mind in keeping with the times in which the work was composed. For the playlist we chose White Belt. Dorian is increasing the number of guests on his albums, and with Ritual, his sixth studio album, he reaches 5 among his 11 songs: Youthstar, Ana Mena, Lido Pimienta, Pimp Flaco and Suu, in addition to have a song composed and produced together with Alizzz, ‘Energíarrara’. We present it with Two Lives, a song that deals with the idea that one life is not enough for everything we would like to do and know. Third album by the Irish group Fontaines DC, who chose the title of Skinty fia, translated as “the damnation of the deer”, and which, according to bassist Conor Deegan III, “is also used as an expletive, in the way you would say ‘for God’s sake'”. The first preview was Jackie down the line. After a very good third album, ‘Gran Velocidad’, with songs like ‘2K20’ and ‘Last episode’, Biznaga continues with Bremen does not exist, an album produced together with La Mina studio productions . As a first advance, Contra mi Generación was released at the beginning of the year, “a song of frustrated love against that form of collective identity, always diffuse and conflictive, which supposes the generational.” The female quartet Las Migas publishes Libres, a collection of 10 tracks which, as advertised, “smells of sea, land, air and fire, free love, hope and strong women.” As guests Estrella Morente, Tomatito and María Peláe, the last mentioned in La cantaora, “a hymn to free women, to the constant struggle”, according to what they say. Also in circulation these days are new albums by Jason Aldean, Hatchie, Putochinomaricón, Bonnie Raitt, Mishima, Yoly Saa, and King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard; B-sides and Rumer rarities; and compilations of ‘The navel of the world’ and Neko Case.

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