Meet our team

We love music. We love technology.
We love mixing both things to make
innovative services.

Executive team


Pedro Cano

Chief Executive Officer

“The pixies contributed significantly with this album to the soundtrack of my college years”

about Doolittle by The Pixies

Àlex Loscos

Chief Executive Officer

“I bought it during summer in a record store in Leicester when I was fourteen. I used to listen the cassette one side after the other all night long with my two kilograms walkman.”

about LoveSexy by Prince

Jaume Vintró

Chief Operations Officer

“In 2001 I went to a Mark Knopfler concert in Badalona with my brother. In the middle of a song the sound system broke and you could not hear the band any more but the music continued with 20.000 people singing a capella. I get goosebumps thinking about it!”

about Money for Nothing by Dire Straits

Salvador Gurrera

Chief Financial Officer

“Oxygene was one of the first albums by Jean Michel Jarre and one of the references of the origins of electronic music. To me this is a masterpiece made up of 6 inseparable tracks. Being able to attend the performance of the album live in a small theatre in Paris in December 2007 was something very special! I always remember that concert!”

about Oxygene by Jean Michel Jarre

Iñigo Ugarteburu

Chief Strategy Officer

““Paulette” by Balla Et Ses Balladins was the song that got me into the 60s-70s music scene in Africa, particularly in West-Africa. The beginning of almost 2 decades of discovering, learning and pure joy”

about Objectif Perfection by Balla Et Ses Balladins

Sergio López Montolio

Chief Technology Officer

“It is not that usual to come across an artist that makes you realize that music does not end with the well-known classics. A refreshing fusion of sounds combined with a huge display of talent, passion for perfection and rhythms that make you tremble. For these reasons, she became a must in my music library.”

about Lindsey Stirling by Lindsey Stirling

Business team


Elizabeth Muirhead

VP of Venues

“I found it in the discount section of the HMV on Oxford Street, London, for about £7. I bought it because the guys reminded me of photos of my Dad in the 60s. I recognised ‘All Right Now’ when I played it at home and loved every song on the album. In that moment I realised I was probably born in the wrong decade.”

about All Right Now by Free

Jakue López Armendáriz

VP Digital Operations

“This album opened my mind musically. It is one of the flagship albums of a wave of producers, all with a Hip Hop background, that started experimenting with Electronic. It represents a special period of time, when I became more eager to discover new music.”

about Drink the Sea by The Glitch Mob

Maud Jeanroy

Digital Client Manager

“A mix of exceptional melodies, brilliant provocation with a touch of romantic soul.
I was listening to this album all day long for months and months in my room (when I really love something I don’t have any limit, and I don’t experience any feeling of tiredness…)
Until my older sister, next door to me, freaked out, came into my room raging and broke the CD in half in front of me.
The declaration of war has been officially pronounced…”

about Je t’aime moi non plus by Serge Gainsbourg

Martina Bernardi

Client Manager

“A masterpiece! A perfect combination of soul, rock and glam, thanks to the unforgettable voice of Freddie and the extraordinary genius of his mates. This album was a gift my brother gave to me when I was a child and it marked me forever, introducing a universe of sounds and emotions into my life.”

about A Day at the Races by Queen

Stassy Velinova

Communications and Client Manager

“Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.”

about Use Your Illusion by Guns N’ Roses

Pilar Callau Usón

VP of TV and Audiovisuals

“I discovered this album unexpectedly during my years in high school, being totally different from the music I liked. And it became part of my early youth. I guess that the broken down tempo and the combination of sensuality, fragility and darkness it transmits caught me. After so many years and so many listenings, I still enjoy it whenever I listen to it.”

about Portishead (1997) by Portishead

Laura Evans

Client Manager

“Rumours is a timeless and special record which I’ve listened to throughout my whole life. The passion and emotion is vibrant in every single song on the album, I think there’s a song for everyone! They’re a powerful band and in my opinion, neither this album or their music will ever grow old.”

about Rumours by Fleetwood Mac

William Miranda

Business Development Latin America

“In the 90’s it was ‘Vitalogy’ by Pearl Jam and ‘Born In The U.S.A.’ by Bruce Springsteen in the 80’s. However a decade earlier it was Peret and his self-title album release in 72, and that without knowing the Barcelona connection. Tracks such as ‘Tracatrá’ and ‘Si Yo Fuera Rico’, have stayed with me all this time, bringing back memories of my grandma playing it on the radiola.”

about Peret (1972) by Peret

Marcelo Mingrone

Regional Manager Latin America & Business Development

“I have extremely fond memories of 1984. The beginning of democracy and freedom was emanating in my country, Argentina, and I bought my first cassette, my first walkman and I went to my first concert.”

about Corpiños en la Madrugada by ZUMO

Koh Wan Yin

Regional Manager Asia Pacific & Business Development

“Joanna Wang stars in my ‘Coffee Break Songs’ playlist where I imagine carefree Sunday afternoons reading in sidewalk cafes – nostalgically whimsical, with a touch of lightness like the autumn breeze.”

about The Things We Do For Love by Joanna Wang

Eva Hestvedt

Regional Account Manager, Scandinavia & CEE

“It brings the memory of my first months in Barcelona and at BMAT, when I fell in love with the city. This album, which I kept listening on repeat during my walks to the beach after work, was the soundtrack of that feeling.”

about No Line in the Horizon by U2

Giacomo Cortese

Head of Legal & Business Affairs

“I discovered this album thanks to an ex-girlfriend and since then I’ve had a crush on My Bloody Valentine, shoegaze and, later, on dream-pop. Songs like Soft As Snow or No More Sorry have been the soundtrack of many periods of my youth and Isn’t Anything is never lacking on my ipod.”

about Isn’t Anything by My Bloody Valentine

Brais Suárez González

Communications

“Nick Hornby said that your favourite songs or albums cannot remind you of anything but the music itself. To me, E Pluribus is a piece of everything I know. It shaped my perception of the world and my personality”

about E Pluribus by Grand Funk Railroad

Quimi Luzón

Innovation

“Beats are life! And if we talk about beats, we must talk about J Dilla and Madlib. I could have chosen whichever album amongst their solo discographies as my favourite, but with this collaborative album they put the beatmaking game on a stratospheric level. And that’s what I tried to make my family, flatmates and neighbours understand during the past ten years…

about Champion Sound by Jaylib

Agustina Rossi

Client Manager

“I was 10 years old when I first listened to this album. The best part of it is Freddie Mercury’s magic voice and the virtuosity as a whole. I am still deeply moved by “My Melancholy Blues”. Queen always makes me dream, sing and dance. My favourite group of all times!”

about News of the World by Queen

Eva Avellaneda

Client Manager, TV-AV

I moved to Berlin only because of the German electronic music. I think Black Noise is good example of it and it´s one of my most precious albums. Earthbound, dark, chaotic, magic. A beautiful piece of minimal techno to listen to on loop

About Black Noise, by Pantha Du Prince

Jose Torrabadella

VP of Broadcast

“I discovered it in my teenage years through the SingStar my sister had got for Christmas. It led me to buy my first electric guitar and to spend entire afternoons playing every riff and solo in the album. The Darkness reminded me of classic rock bands such as Queen or AC/DC but with a fresh, modern vibe that instantly captivated me. It may not be the best album in the history of music but for me it meant the discovery of new musical horizons.”

about Permission to Land by The Darkness

Emma Beldent

Digital Client Manager

“Berlin Calling is the first movie my colleagues made me watch when I started working in the electronic music industry. I fell in love with the soundtrack.
The album was originally released on Ellen Allien’s label BPitch Control. Although it got so popular that some purists might consider it as ‘mainstream’, it is still for me a reference in terms of minimal, melodic techno.”

about Berlin Calling OST by Paul Kalkbrenner

Pol Gago

Client Manager

I discovered Sam Smith in the summer of 2012 when he jumped on a small stage at a rusty London pub. When Sam opened his mouth the loud room instantly became the quietest place ever. From that day on, his music entered in my radar. A year later, when In the Lonely Hour was published, I felt the same and recovered faith in mainstream albums as a whole.

about In the Lonely Hour by Sam Smith

Carlos Morales Pino

Client Manager

“This 1993 album is purely pioneering electronic music with a strange, tangy rock aftertaste. One of the best albums of its decade and definitely a timeless masterpiece.”

about Quique by Seefeel

Guerau Pasola

Broadcast Manager Intern

“It was one of the first electronic music albums that I discovered during my first foray into this genre. I enjoyed dancing many of their songs in the clubs of that time and even today, more than 10 years later, different radios from all over the world continue to play these songs.”

Kirstin Moffatt

Business Developer

“One of my favorite albums is We Get Requests by The Oscar Peterson Trio encompassing some great, classic jazz standards. But really, its the tight ensemble that makes it!”
about We Get Requests by The Oscar Peterson Trio

Yaniv Grady

Business Development Israel

First time I heard this song was in a recording studio. A guy brought it as a reference sound for his album. Sitting there, with my head between two 8,000$ studio monitors; I could not believe my ears.  Seems Prince found the holy grail of making processed studio music sound like raw un compressed, no limiter, no mastering kink of sound. I was blown away. 14 years after, and this is still a fine and rare work of art.

about Musicology, by Prince

Kasia Odoj

Broadcast manager

“What I admire in this album is the contradiction of fragility and power. Jeff is experimenting with his vocal and the result is breathtaking! Oh, and his version of Hallelujah is better than the original with one of the best guitar intros ever.”

about Grace by Jeff Buckley

Technology team


Sergio Malagón

R&D Operations Engineer

It was the first metal album that I listened to and it opened a whole new world to me. Listening to the record is like an adventure full of energy and melody. That is what made me pick up a guitar and start a band. A masterpiece.

about Master of Puppets by Metallica

Francesc Lluís

Software Engineer Intern

My favourite album is “Attack & Release” by The Black Keys because it is a splendid kick in the ears given that the band allows all kind of fab noise nonsense to invade the picture

about Attac& Release by The Black Keys

Juan Carlos Nuques

IT-Support

“As a kid I grew up listening to Metallica, and when I heard this album I completely fell in love with it. The harmony that Michael Kamen and Metallica managed to create by mixing classical music and heavy metal was stunning, a masterpiece. Not only it reminds me to the time when I was a kid, but also to special moments with Grandpa drinking coffee in the living room and listening to Classical Music.”

about S&M by Metallica and The San Francisco Symphony

Aleix Claramunt

Operations Engineer

I was amazed by this album because it was a combination of rap, tecno, rock, ska… that at the same time brought me back to my childhood. I spent this summer listening this album over and over.

about Tempestes venen del Sud by Zoo

Pau Capella

Head of Software

“To keep your musical taste hygienic, you must listen to this album at least once a year”

about London Calling by The Clash

Markus Koppenberger

Head of IT

“This album represents for me the roots of today’s electro-polka sound of Attwenger, a very special mix of traditional and modern music styles and instrumentation”

about Most by Attwenger

Francisco Javier Brines García

Head of Recordings IT

“When I first checked out this album, I was 16 year old. I remember walking down the streets of Primado Reig Avenue in Valencia with my baggy jeans, hearing tight raps from Mos with his rude accent. Those dope underground beats banging my head made me feel as if I was walking down Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn! That Rawkus-flavoured album was real Hip Hop!”

about Black On Both Sides by Mos Def

Gonçal Calvo i Pérez

Head of Data

“The music of these sonatas has the complexity of Bach, the clarity of Haydn, the lyricism of Schubert, the depth of the best Brahms and especially the sound of the cello, the instrument with which I have spent so many hours and good moments. It moves me every time I listen to it.”

about Johannes Brahms: Die Cellosonaten by Mstislav Rostropovich, Rudolf Serkin

Volker Vorwerk

Software Engineer

“When listening to music is not enough, I put Mogwai on the turntable to feel.. the wall of sound.”

about Mr. Beast by Mogwai

Edgar Álvarez

Head of Venues Recordings

“Since I first heard “Diversité” (their first album) in an improvised trip with my flatmates, I thought Dub Inc provided the perfect mixture of Reggae and Dub, two music styles I enjoyed but I had never listened to them together. This group gets to combine these two with some other styles, such as dancehall, ska or hip-hop, always making references to their French-Algerian origins”

about Paradise by Dub Inc

Ramon Xuriguera Albareda

Software Engineer

“After repeatedly listening to this album for a few months, I was thrilled to see the band at a prominent music festival. At the time I was unaware that Rhye’s singer is in fact Mike Milosh, so it was a true revelation when he started singing. I was in awe from the very first song.”

about Woman by Rhye

Stuart Taylor

Head of IT Operations

For me it’s the epitome of the cool 70s west coast sound with superb jazz-fusion-inspired songwriting and playing, and lyrics that make me smile.

about Aja by Steely Dan.

Cristian Lorenzo Martínez

Software Engineer

“High school: new friends… and new music. There was where I started to listen Rock Music and discover new bands. One day, I saw U2′s Achtung Baby on sales, took my pocket money and bought it for a mere 6 EUR. Since then, I have listened it hundreds of times and deserves a very special place in my memories: the first album that I bought and my introduction to a great band.”

about Achtung baby by U2

Borja Vidal Arqué

Software Engineer

“Listening Brothers in Arms always makes me remember mi childhood, when my parents used to play it at home. Mark Knopfler’s guitar and lyrics make ‘Far Away’, ‘Money For Nothing’ or ‘Walk Of Life’ some of those songs that one can never stop listening!”

about Brothers in Arms by Dire Straits

Marina Suari Rivera

Software Engineer

“I would define it as the masterpiece of Michael Nyman. It is full of mixed emotions from the beginning to the end of the album. It’s hard to describe where you can travel when each sound comes out of The Piano.”

about The Piano by Michael Nyman

Oriol Corroto Sales

Recordings IT Technical Support

“This album was a revelation to me just when I decided to start learning music and tried to devote time to it. A double album where both sound quality and creativity are reflected in the meaning and personal memory of each song. It’s just great.”

about Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness by The Smashing Pumpkins

Enric Pou

Recordings IT Engineer

“Once, a friend of mine gave me a LP and said: “Just listen, relax and let yourself go”. Since then I love how this album gets my attention. I really recommend to listen to it in a dark room. Silence, chords and sound waves.”

about Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd

Alex Ciurana Aguilar

Research Engineer

“This album perfectly combines a fierce attitude, a hectic instrumental, and foremost, an example of great modern poetry. It’s disruptive, radical, confrontational…pure art. Go, Rimbaud!”

about Horses by Patti Smith

Iván Díaz

Senior backend developer

“When I was in high school, in the 90s, a friend let me listen to his headphones about a rock song from another era. “This is from the 70’s” he told me. The song was Stairway to heaven. Since then, I started to get interested in the rock of the 70s that opened my mind to other styles of music like blues, hard rock or heavy metal”

about Led Zeppelin IV by Led Zeppelin

 

Emilio Molina Martínez

Research Engineer

“This album was a recurrent soundtrack in my daily life some years ago, and still today it conveys to me the nice sensation of being in the middle of an icy landscape through a collection of rich, colorful, and very well-produced songs.”

about Ágætis Byrjun by Sigur Rós

Blai Meléndez Catalán

Research Engineer

“When I listen to some of its songs, they reach so deep down that they might as well be talking to my soul.”

about Hozier by Hozier

Oriol Magrané

Systems Engineer

“When I knew that this beautiful song being broadcasted over and over on the radio was performed by an ex-Beatle, it became clear to me that I had to own the whole disc. And even though my expectations were high, the damn LP easily overcame them. Nowadays I still listen to its songs once in a while to help me keep my spirit pure and healthy.”

about Cloud Nine by George Harrison

Marco Piffanelli

Recording's IT Technical Support

“It’s incredible how it’s just two of them and they sound so powerful! I love how Jack plays the guitar: so dirty and, at the same time, so clean. The way he uses the pedal “Whammy” is crazy! Believe me, listen to the “Ball and Biscuit” solos: they are amazing!”

about Elephant by The White Stripes

Oriol Romaní

Software product developer

“I discovered this album not a long time ago thanks to one of the musicians I admire the most. It is a set of Moog compositions to be played for growing plants and, as weird as it sounds, it is an amazing piece of music. It also reminds me of the great times we spent together in a recording studio we set up on a friend’s house living room, where we were playing this album to wake up.”

about Mother Earth’s Plantasia by Mort Garson

Álvaro García

Software Developer, TVAV

The lyrics are written directly from feelings, telling in every song a deep story. It also reminds me of good old times, in extraordinary company with old friends at concerts. When music makes you feel, then it’s a good music and this album is exactly what it does.

about Negociando Gasolina by La Fuga

Jordi Feliu

Data Engineer

“Since I discovered this album, I listen to it when I need to relax and leave my mind blank. Many nights I fall asleep by listening to it and, sometimes, Miles Davis’ trumpet wakes me up with its blares but I do not care because it is Davis’s trumpet.”

about Kind of Blue by Miles Davis

Santiago Cortés Vaíllo

Senior Software Engineer

“A naked guitar followed by the groan of a sax and a broken voice. A few seconds later I wondered where until then had been music hiding”

about Agila by Extremoduro

Paul Martin

Software Engineer

“This is the first electronic album I ever listen during hours. I remember listening to it again and again in car during holidays on my audio cassette tape player until the 2 AA’s batteries drops. After almost two decades I still listen to this album. One more reason to choose this one, against other top electronic albums such as the ones from Daft Punk, Prodigy, Justice… the guy on the cover looks friendly and he has a nice T-shirt.”

about You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby by Fatboy Slim

Enric Calabuig

Head of Charts

“To me, this is the best house album ever, period! I also have a special relationship with it as it soundtracked my last solo trip. I love how it tells a continuous story and how elements from funk and soul music are mixed in unpredictable ways. I hope to find a copy of the vinyl someday!”

about Moodymann by Moodymann

Xavier Alonso Moreno

IT DevOps Engineer

“This was my first album when I was still a preteen, my gateway to the music world, it’s like a time machine for me. I listened to it every day during several months until I could purchase another album. It reminds me the begining of a passion.”

about Ixnay on the hombre by The Offspring

Thomas Praetzlich

Research Engineer

“Trio in Tokyo is a live album of my favourite jazz piano player Michel Petrucciani. It contains my favourite version of the piece September Second. When I listen to it with headphones, I always discover something new in the music.”

about Trio in Tokio, by M. Petrucciani

Dani Balcells

Operations Engineer

“This album is much more than the historical talent and beautiful production is brings together: it instantly takes you to a place where life moves at a different pace. Listening to it is a one hour trip back home”.

About Buena Vista Social Club, by Buena Vista Social Club

Gabriel Ferrate

Software Engineer Intern

“Despite of knowing this album for a short period of time, when I hear it, it moves me somewhere else and I can do to it in almost every situation (with friends, studying, reading…). In my opinion, Soft Hair is the contemporary equivalent to Pink Floyd, which I love too.”

About Soft Hair, by Soft Hair

Meritxell Arbiol

Venues Recordings Intern

“I can not explain why I love this artist, is because of the way that I perceive his messages. For me, each word of his songs fits perfectly. He transmits more than just a song, he is a poet who transmit me feelings and emotions. The same way, he can also explain a story, but in a different way than the others.”

about ÷ by Ed Sheeran

María Gibert

Recording Intern

“I came across this band with this album. Each song tells a short tale that I really enjoy listening to. It holds really good memories from my high school year.”

about Espècies per Catalogar by Els Amics De Les Arts.

Alicia Valero

Data Engineer

“When I first listened to this album, I thought that maybe it was not for me. It seemed too strange and inaccessible. But then one day I listened to it again and I was overwhelmed. Everything is so well-thought, from its intricate lyrics to its sophisticated melodies and arrangements. It’s a cerebral album, but it’s also packed with intensity, emotion and a rare beauty.”

about Ys by Joanna Newsom

Guillem Cortés

Charts Intern

“It is difficult to express why, maybe because the entire album is a continuous piece of music, maybe for its philosophical lyrics, the synthetizer, the avant-garde sounds or the social criticism. All wrapped with the best physechedelic and symphonic rock. My favourite album and one of the greatest albums of All Time with no doubt.”

about Dark Side of the Moon, by Pink Floyd

Operations team


Juana Nuñez Rodriguez

It is just so fresh and diverse, so many great artists and genres into just one album, each track has a story on its own; yet Santanas guitar is always so recognizable, not so many artists have such a signature tone in an instrument not being the leading voice!

About Supernatural by Santana

Llorenç Solé

Operations Engineer

They are excellent musicians and they propose an alternative funky jazz music live recorded. I recommend to hear it!

About We like it here by Snarky Puppy

Orsi Bozso

Project Manager

“Strangely enough, I first found Massive Attack on the soundtrack of Mission Impossible, which my parents had in a cassette, and they instantly caught my attention. Mezzanine is definitely their signature album. The songs are truly eclectic from dub to electronica packed with amazing sounds and lyrics and complemented with a pinch of darkness”

about Mezzanine By Massive Attack

Federico Arabolaza

Operations LATAM

“Could a compilation album be an all time person favourite? Well, if it’s the only thing you can listen to on a 1000 km trip (mostly desert) in a car with no radio and an  almost-unemployed father  there are no many choices around: love it or hate it. Creedence Clearwater Revival “Platinum” was the original sound track of a Buenos Aires – Mendoza adventure where I discovered two things: Rock and Roll and long trips, are lifetime lovers, and that i wanted a 70’s hairstyle and a moustache.”

about Platinum by Creedence Clearwater Revival

Roger Ribas

Content Engineer

“I have listened to this album since I was 15 and I have never get tired of it. It is really psychedelic, poppy and crazy and the 12 minute song Siberian Breaks it’s my favourite song of all time.”

about Congratulations by MGMT

Emiliano Ravasi

Head of Operations

“It’s neither a rock album, nor a record for dancing to. It sounds meticulous and spontaneous at the same time. Nocturnal but warm. Either you’re in a plane thousands of feet in the air or locked in your bedroom, Psychic makes perfect sense. A modern classic!”

about Psychic by Darkside

Eros Blanco

Head of Content

“A medicine. An oneiric drug. A delightful journey, carried away only by music. No words. Just music that lets you the freedom to dream whatever you want. I listened to it thousands of times and I was afraid to get tired of it. But it never happened.”

about Le Fabuleux Destin d’Amelie Poulain by Yann Tiersen

Andrés Satué

Head of Venues Product

“I remember perfectly the first time I listened to this album on the street with my mp3, it was an experience. These guys just manipulate the sound as if they were doing it with their own hands. The most powerful music I have ever listened to.”

about Demiurge by Emptyset

Clara Ayxandri

Product Support

“This is the very first record I put on. I didn’t understand the lyrics at that time but I used to dance to it a lot. Years later (after discovering all LPs have a B side) I fell in love with the whole album. Delightful and inspiring, it made me discover Bowie and my interest for music grew from then. Besides that, I believe it is an album for all year round, with its loop of the rise and fall perfect at any time and in any place.”

about The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars by David Bowie

Eric Denis

Product Manager

“Probably the most influential album in my own musical path alongide some albums of Radiohead. Back in high school, it contributed to open up my horizons to hip-hop and electronic music, which are today my biggest loves. I regularly come back to this one and still enjoy it as much today even after 3000 listens.”

about Londinium by Archive

Zoé Renié

Product Support

“The title on this album is no incident. There are many ways one can travel through it. I’m never tired of listening to this music, deep polyrhythmic soulful sounds with great transitions and brilliant arrangements. A trip through various influences that brings you places that remind you of something but at the same time totally new.”

about Choose your Weapon by Hiatus Kaiyote

David Martínez Vargas

Content Engineer

“From the title of the cd until the last second of the last song is a poem. All lyrics have a special meaning or something to show you.”

about Jaio.Musika.Hil by Berri Txarrak

Oscar del Alamo

Content Engineer

“This album brings me back to the years of school when the music began to have a powerful meaning in my life and it has been like this since then. I have to give thanks to Pau for showing me these great artists.”

about Two Shoes by The Cat Empire​

Dídac Pascual Mir

Content Engineer Intern

This record is a unique piece of work that mixes in a very creative way elements from electronic, soul and other genres. Its discovery led me to explore and listen to different electronic music subgenres and jazz.
It is the perfect album to play in loop and disconnect from everything, whether you are working, travelling or just doing nothing.

about Built on Glass by Chet Faker

Finance team


Alberto Trigo

Accounts Payable & Operations

“The art of mixing mythic themes and sounds of all genres, accompanied by an excellent staging, makes this pair of brothers a pure show to be marvelled at. Thinking back to the performance still makes my hair stand up. Add this to the incredible personal moments I spent with them, and this group demands to be in my top ten.”

about Radio Soulwax Pt.2 by 2 Many Dj’s (Soulwax)

Nerea Ramos Rodríguez

Head of Accounting

“I especially enjoyed the full album during my gap year in Dublin. The album’s sound draws from American and Irish roots music, following the counsel and influence of Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, and Keith Richards. The songs are very strong and bring me so great memories of that time. It is highly recommended.”

about The Joshua Tree by U2

Alberto González Parra

Accountant

“One of the first albums that I bought and one of those that makes me discover a new world and a new type of music. There is not a single song on this album that I could skip.”

about Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not by Arctic Monkeys

People team


Aitor López Montolio

Head of People

“When I was a kid, I would fall asleep listening to this album. The song Old Town in particular always managed to put a smile on my face just before I closed my eyes.”

about Home by The Corrs

Irene Pérez

People Generalist

This Album takes me back to the past when I was 14-15 years old and I spent my summers in a seaside town. These songs marked me a crucial period of time and guided me to make my dreams come true. I especially enjoy the songs Otherside and Californication that always remind me an endless summer.

about Californication by Red Hot Chili Peppers

Carolina Petroche

Talent Acquisition

“After my first university degree I travelled abroad to live for the first time in a foreign country. Being on my own and having only a small luggage and my music player with me, it was Tracy Chapman who went along with me through all my experiences there. In particular, her song “Fast Car” stayed at the top of my play list. Since then we are best friends.”

About Tracy Chapman by Tracy Chapman

Production team


Carla Illas Jorba

Office Manager

“Music that makes you move your body and draw a smile when the clouds are dark”

about Billy Eliot by BSO