Radio Primavera Sound presentation + Ciberlocutorio
All the most important things in the world are on the internet. And if they are not, we do not care. In this Radio Primavera Sound show we analyze tweets, beefs, YouTube comments, articles by gentlemen, virtual gossips and the latest trend. All the news from a social, feminist and millennial approach. We are the closest thing to opening a bottle of wine with your best friend and letting everything flow.
Radio Primavera Sound is the official radio station of the Primavera Sound festival but it is also much more than that. Broadcasting audio and video online since 2019, RPS wants to collect all the musical sensibilities that Primavera Sound welcomes and open its microphones to new voices, informed voices, and diverse feminist and dissidents content. With an audience of almost 500,000 listens per month, RPS broadcasts 24 hours a day from radioprimaverasound. com and hosts fifty podcasts –including Deforme Semanal Ideal Total and Ciberlocutorio– on the main podcasting platforms, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Mixcloud, Soundcloud, iVoox.
Marta Salicrú is the director of Radio Primavera Sound. Barcelona music journalist with 15 years of experience –11 of them in Time Out Barcelona, half as editor-in-chief–, has collaborated on Catalan public radio and in leading Spanish music press publications, such as Rockdelux. A writer (‘Putos himnes generacionals’, Editorial Columna, 2015) and a teacher (explains pop culture at the university), has participated as a speaker in international meetings of the music industry such as Eurosonic Noorderslag (ESNS), Primavera Pro, M for Montreal and MIL, Lisbon International Music Network. A poptimist, she has played hits at Barcelona venues like La  de Apolo and Razzmatazz, festivals such as FIB (SP), Vida (SP) or Indietracks (UK), and parties such as London’s How Does It Feel To Be Loved.
Anna Pacheco (Barcelona, 1991) is a journalist and a writer, Anna Pacheco places the focus on social issues, feminisms and popular culture with a class and gender perspective. Her articles have appeared in media such as VICE, PlayGround, La Marea, Público and El País. She is currently working as a freelance journalist and contributes weekly to a radio programme on Cadena Ser. She has participated in the anthology of feminist texts Aquí estamos (Editorial Akal, 2019) and is the author of Listas, guapas, limpias (Caballo de Troya, 2019).
Andrea Gumes (1987) political scientist and journalist. Co-host of the Ciberlocutorio podcast and the daily afternoon Radio Primavera Sound show ‘Tardeo’. Hostess of the Catalan television Betevé show ‘Tube d’Assaig’. She wrote the horoscopes for Vice Spain, now in Vogue Spain. Author of one of the stories of “Ya no recuerdo qué quería ser de mayor”, anthology published by Temas de Hoy (Planeta).
Brays Efe is like a fish to water between the underground and the mainstream. Born in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, raised between Galicia and La Rioja, he moved to Madrid to study Audiovisual Communication. As an actor, his work includes Paquita Salas, a series by Javier Calvo and Javier Ambrossi for whose acting he received the Feroz Prize in the first season. He has written and directed his own short films, has presented different online formats such as ‘El Tea Party de Mario y Alaska’ and ‘Yasss’, has collaborated in media such as ICON, Vice or I-D and in programs such as ‘Antes de que sea tarde’ and ‘A vivir Madrid’ of the SER radio station. In ‘Tu cara me suena’, aired by Antena 3, he conquered millions of spectators every week becoming Sara Montiel, C. Tangana or Netta. After two months using the sold out sign at the Lara Theater, he continues to represent ‘Las cosas extraordinarias’, a play by Duncan Mcmillan that he stars, directed by Pau Roca.