Rockdelux

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Rockdelux
Editor Santi Carrillo
Categories Music
Frequency Monthly
First issue 1 November 1984; 32 years ago (1984-11-01)
Country Spain
Language Spanish
Website http://www.rockdelux.com
ISSN 1138-2864

Rockdelux is a popular music magazine published monthly in Spain. The magazine has been published since 1984.

History and profile[edit]

Rockdelux was first published in November 1984,[1][2] and since then has accumulated over 200 editions, celebrating its 200th anniversary in October 2002, when it released a list of the 200 greatest international albums of all time, according to the magazine's staff. Rockdelux's brief is to serve a specific section of the public who are passionate about music, and its focus has been to concentrate on new and more alternative artists from both Spain and the outside world (termed "international").

It has an extensive review section, covering mainly new musical releases and re-releases, but also covers other music-related subjects such as live concerts and videos and features reviews of new books and graphic novels. Unlike many other review sections in popular magazines, it eschews the trend of giving a numerical value to each review, which are purely composed of written text summing up the release's values.

Since 1987 Santi Carrillo has been the editor-in-chief of the magazine.[2] During its tenure within the industry, Rockdelux has been the recipient of various awards for music publication of the year from such organisations as Radio 3, Cadena SER and Iberpop amongst others.

In April 1999, Rockdelux began to issue complimentary CDs as a free gift with the magazine, each one generally acting as a sampler for a particular record label, such as Warp Records, Fierce Panda Records and Sub Pop records.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Media Kit 2014" (PDF). Mira Alpendulo (in Spanish). Retrieved 6 January 2016. 
  2. ^ a b "'Rockdelux', 30 años". El Periodico (in Spanish). 17 November 2014. Retrieved 6 January 2016. 

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