Álvaro Romero is a dynamiter of purity capable of mixing Antonio Mairena and Pedro Lemebel with the violence of one who has no choice but to wallow in anguish to defend his place on the scene. Known for being part of the RomeroMartín tandem, this flamenco activist is the new prince of the tragic dynasty of queer folklore. The self-confessional striptease of his music now joins that of the Portuguese producer Pedro Da Linha, an alliance resulting from an artistic residency by both musicians thanks to collaboration between Alhambra Monkey Week and the MIL festival in Lisbon. Born in the suburbs of the Portuguese capital, Da Linha is one of the key figures in Lisbon’s new electronic revolution. His music, with African roots, featuring rhythms like kuduro and kizomba, began to emerge years ago under the Enchufada label, created by Branko, producer of the extinct Buraka Som Sistema. A mix of black house, wild folktronics and experimental reggaeton that allows itself to be contaminated by the pointed lyrics of Álvaro Romero, increasingly empowered as a kind of 5G flamenco unabomber. #electronica #flamenco
Saturday 20th, 21.00h – Escenario Cubo
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