Juan Diego Mateos (Jerez de la Frontera, Cádiz, 1969), guitarist and composer, immersed himself from a very young age in the study of flamenco guitar, beginning in Jerez playing by the hand of the great autochthonous masters. Throughout his career he has worked with several legendary artists such as Miguel Poveda, José Mercé, Jorge Pardo, Antonio Canales, Belén Maya, Pepe de Lucía and the great Paco de Lucía. His guitar playing is elegant, intelligent and unique.
Fosphoro combines genres like pop, rock, classical and electronic music, as they search for an immersive music that awakens the senses; that moves, that makes the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end. Far away from the traditional. The band, which is finalizing its new self-titled album “Fosphoro”, has released the advance of the song “Valiente” – recorded and produced during the lockdown.
Valencian composer and multi-instrumentalist, with a classical background. Her music is a concoction of melodic and evocative pop, with root folk and a certain Latin American flair. “Tlazohcamati” is the title of Ela Vin’s new album. It is an authentic emotional sound journey; recorded, produced and mastered at the Río Bravo studios, Valencia, by Xema Fuertes and Cayo Bellveser, in the summer of 2019.
A versatile musician and restless composer from Cádiz, he gathers in his songs influences ranging from folk, son, blues, rumba, rock or Latin jazz to the author’s song. His lyrics have a poetic quality , which seek to portray the truth in everyday situations, that we often miss as we are caught up in the humdrum of everyday life.
Thanks to their strikingly catchy songs and strong connection with their audiences, Johnny B. Zero have become one of the biggest rock bands around. The band releases their new album in September of this year, and on it they have collaborated with outstanding musicians such as Aurora García (Aurora & The Betrayers) and Natxo Tamarit (Los Zigarros).
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