If there is a musician in Spain whose songs illustrate the evolution of independent rock, it is Joaquín Pascual from Albacete. He started out fronting one of the most legendary groups on our scene, as Surfin’ Bichos is nothing to scoff at. After that band broke up, this illustrious songwriter did not hesitate to reinvent himself, with Mercromina, and Travolta, whose expiration dates soon came up. It was then that Joaquín Pascual began a fruitful solo career rooted in melancholy and the magic of a defining sound, heir to the sticky and psychic beat of the legendary Kevin Ayers. #pop

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