Stories from the Soul
Miguel A. Julian started his professional career as a singer and songwriter in 1990 and hasn’t looked back since. From over a period of ten years (1990-99),Miguel lead and wrote hits for his band «The Cool Jerks», releasing 10 albums with different labels, touring Spain and many countries around Europe.In 2005 He made up his way across the sea to England to start up anew and exciting band there ( Soul Teller). That project, took him directly to one of his old time heroes: Willie Mitchel The Architect of the Memphis Sound. In 2007 he became the first and only Spanish Artist to record with the legendary producer Willie Mitchell, at Royal Studios in Memphis.
Smoky, soulful voice, virtuoso guitar skills, and captivating live performance
Having started her musical journey as the front woman for Sons of Rock in her teen years, ALBA has taken stages by storm, captivating audiences with her unique songwriting style and by playing guitar behind her head in reminiscence of Hendrix.
ALBA embarked on her solo project after moving to London in 2016 and making it her base of operations. She has performed on stages across the UK including The Cavern Club, Ronnie Scott’s, Lancaster Music Festival, or The Alternative Escape, and opening for acclaimed acts such as The Waterboys.
Latin America also has its own voice
Within current Chilean music, we must highlight an artist who gives voice to an entire continent. With a deep Latin American melodic roots and with a fulminant social criticism after years of work in defense of social freedoms, the name of his band "La Chusma Inconsciente" already anticipates that it comes with a powerful message.
After the success of his latest album "Transylvanian Suite" the great pianist goes on tour taking his work around the world with the screening of "Nosferatu" and his point of view on the soundtrack of this great film classic.
When Tango became modern
Undoubtedly, this Argentine artist is fully capable of developing all the magic and spirituality of Tango with a new feeling of modernity and personal growth.
CALDITO AND HIS COMBO
One of the most charismatic spanish artists in the musical environment, who with renewed airs and lungs also wants to transfer his message where people need it.
Accompanied by the most itinerant musicians of today Miguel Caldito raises the staff with his great classics and new songs. RocK, Cumbia, Reggae. Rumba ... nothing can resist him.
"Contemporary Andalusí Music” with an authentic sound reflecting the cultures that coexisted in Andalucia.
Seffarine's international blend of sounds features soulful Moroccan singer Lamiae Naki and flamenco guitarist Nat Hulskamp. Their music embraces and extends Naki's rich heritage, which spans from Moorish Spain to the Sahara, by mixing Arabic Andalusi music with Manuel Gutierrez's explosive flamenco footwork, the grooves of acclaimed bassist Damian Erskine and the exotic instrumentation of Persian master multi-instrumentalist Bobak Salehi. These diverse backgrounds meld into an intoxicating blend of ancient and modern that Bass Player Magazine describes as a “gorgeous intersection of Spanish flamenco, Arabic and Andalusian music, Persian classical, and jazz”.
The guitar in the hands of sensitivity
Mr. Juan Cerro is among the most valued studio musicians when it comes to recording guitar music,
Very rarely does he make the decision to go on tour and when he does, the music from his touch transforms into magic.
Un embajador de la música cubana
Yelsy Heredia, composer, bass player. Ambassador of the Cuban music, Yelsy is one of the most important bass players in the current music scene.
Nominated in the 20th edition of the Latin Grammys for the best Traditional Tropical Album for his album "Lo Nuestro." Currently presenting 'Cachao Vive', a sincere tribute to the prolific work of the masterful Cuban bassist, a trip that reminds us of the iconic trio of aces of Bebo Valdés, Patato Valdés and Cachao.