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Roberto Herreros

Roberto Herreros is one of the promoters of Fundación Robo, a platform to encourage political debate in pop music. He is also a founder member of the Ladinamo network. He has contributed to Rockdelux, Rolling Stone, El Confidencial and Diagonal, among other media. In 2004, with Malela Durán and Pepo Márquez, he formed the pop group Garzón, which changed its name to Grande-Marlaska two years later. He is content coordinator and scriptwriter for the music programme on La 2 (Spanish public tv), Mapa sonoro and, together with Isidro López, has written the book El estado de las cosas de Kortatu: lucha, fiesta y guerra sucia (Lengua de Trapo, 2013), now in its second edition.

Update: 3 April 2014


Has participated in

Primera Persona 2014

Autobiographic live sessions: pop music concerts, stand-up comedy, theatre and narrative