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Sergio Ariza

Sergio Ariza

Periodista que escribe sobre autopistas 61 y lágrimas en la lluvia, sobre arañas de marte y centauros del desierto, sobre paseos de la desolación y lluvia púrpura. Colaborando con Mondosonoro, Guitars Exchange, Diariocrítico, Ruta 66... y El Hype

Author's Articles

Jacques Brel, His Best Albums

Jacques Brel, His Best Albums

In the French-speaking world Jacques Brel remains a deity, but if he had sung in English he would be placed on the same level as Scott Walker or Leonard Cohen.

Liz Phair and Her Exile in the City of Dudes

Liz Phair and Her Exile in the City of Dudes

Exile in Guyville y Liz Phair se han convertido en el faro para toda una nueva generación de artistas como Phoebe Bridgers, Soccer Mommy, Lucy Dacus, Frankie Cosmos.

“Before Midnight” and fairy tales

“Before Midnight” and fairy tales

We like to think that “Before Midnight” will not be the definitive end of Jesse and Céline’s story, although it would be a more difficult story to tell.

‘Vertigo’: Inside Hitchcock’s Mind

‘Vertigo’: Inside Hitchcock’s Mind

“Vertigo” is the fantasy of a voyeur and a fetishist, someone who was obsessed with his actresses in a strange and morbid way.

The Fabelmans”, Spielberg’s Autobiography

The Fabelmans”, Spielberg’s Autobiography

“The Fabelmans” is the autobiographical film you’d expect from the director of “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial”

“Babylon”, a fascinating disaster

“Babylon”, a fascinating disaster

Babylon is a fascinating mess, entertaining for three hours, but not quite up to the standard of the works it seeks to pay homage to.

“Tootsie”: Feminism in the 1980s

“Tootsie”: Feminism in the 1980s

“Tootsie” showed us how complicated it was to be a woman in the 80s. The amazing thing is that a man had to put on a pair of heels to realise it.

“Moonage Daydream”: Bowie in his own words

“Moonage Daydream”: Bowie in his own words

Moonage Daydream is less about trying to teach us new things than it is about celebrating the artist who managed to thrill us for so long.

“Nope”, Jordan Peele’s signature

“Nope”, Jordan Peele’s signature

“Nope” is a witty and bizarre sci-fi thriller, in which Jordan Peele’s humour and suspense once again combine to perfection.

Sixto Rodríguez, the legend of the missing man

Sixto Rodríguez, the legend of the missing man

It has just been 10 years since the release of Searching For Sugar Man (2102), the remarkable documentary that told the strange story of Sixto Rodríguez.