Articles about music

Kiki Morente

The evolution of flamenco

Flamenco has a past, a present, and a future thanks to figures like Kiki Morente. Loyal to his father Enrique Morente’s transformative legacy, this artist revisits classic flamenco singing without turning his back on modernity in his next album, ‘Azabache’.

Marina Tuset

Music without borders

On the 30th of May, Marina Tuset will play at Espacio Iberia Madrid, a unique opportunity to enjoy one of the most keyed up artists on the Spanish music scene live. And she will land with a Latin Grammy under her belt.

Yoly Saa

True to myself

Excited to surprise her audience again, singer and composer Yoly Saa will be presenting ‘No se me olvida’ at Benidorm Fest 2024, a song that’s part of her upcoming album where we can appreciate her Galician roots.

Carlos Vives

Latin bonding

Carlos Vives, who aspires to two Latin GRAMMYs™ Awards at the upcoming edition (16th of November), brought together thousands of people at the Puerta de Alcalá in Madrid to celebrate the Hispanidad.


A hymn to nature

Prairies, mangroves, deserts, snow-covered mountains, jungles... These landscapes, which are part of different Colombian ecosystems, fill Maréh’s latest album (‘Tierra de promesas’). This singer-songwriter is nominated to two Latin GRAMMY™ Awards.

Tu Otra Bonita

Beyond labels

Tu Otra Bonita is a band that has had to ‘sweat’ for each listener, as they themselves admit. After the success of ‘Crema’, they’re adding the finishing touches to their next album while preparing for a mini-tour across music halls in November.


A ground wire

Depedro’s music has the power to transport you to faraway lands: Latin America, North America, even Africa. A musical journey that is the result of the connections he’s established throughout his career.

Javier Perianes

The honest pianist

Javier Perianes, one of the most internationally renowned Spanish pianists, defends honesty when playing an instrument as the key to reaching the audience, over technical skill.

James Rhodes

Travelling inwards

Being in love with the creative process itself is what keeps pianist James Rhodes hooked on music, literature and photography. We went inside his home to get to know him a little better.


Music to fly high

Aitana somehow inherited her talent for music from her artistic grandfather from Jaén, whom she never met. Today, she flies high with her songs, and brings her fans along for the ride.