A hidden poetic space behind electronic branches – Chorro de Luz


I think that it could be a good reason to break these long weeks of intellectual dryness by telling you some really worthwhile news. And that it is not exactly “news”, because it is something that began to work certain time ago. Anyway, for me was a totally illuminated moment when few days ago I found by chance in the Internet Chorro de Luz (something that could be translated as ‘Stream of Light’), a fascinanting broadcasting adventure carried out by the journalist and music critic Ismael G. Cabral based in the city of light, Seville [ES].

Chorro de Luz is an interesting Spanish-spoken showcase, via both radio and blog, on very carefully selected contemporary music with excellent commentaries that invite you once a week to reflect on creation, actuality and diverse artistic approaches around music. if you are around Seville, you could follow it in Radiópolis 98.4 FM / Sevilla, Monday from 17.00 to 18.00 (repetition on Friday from 15.30 to 16.30). If not, you could search it at the Internet, in http://www.chorrodeluz.net, where besides downloading any program in mp3 format, you can read extended posts on the music displayed. I wish you enjoy this weekly treasure.