Las Migas
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Las Migas

Madrid, Madrid, Spain | INDIE

Madrid, Madrid, Spain | INDIE
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“Las Migas is one of those bands that makes genres and mentalities evolve in a subtle way. This exclusively feminine quartet reveals pure flamenco together with thin mestizo impressionist strokes. Their music is a work of art thanks to the singer’s singular timbre, the two guitarists and the violinist, who colours the flamenco sound with melancholic and dynamic touches. A modern and avant-garde flamenco, with feminine sensitivity”.
Babel Med Music

“They stir up an unusual fascination wherever they go”.
“This 24 year old has the most sublime and singular voice that Catalonia has given voice at least in the last decade. And even though her talent could outshine anyone, this doesn’t happen because Las Migas’ charm is their singularity as a band”.
Luís Troquel, El Periódico

“Since they met, they’ve been amazing the audience with the vitality, freshness and creativity that they give at their performances”.
Lurdes Murgades, El País

“Sílvia Pérez Cruz has built up a reputation and achieved fame as owner of frankly enviable vocal chords (…) A star has born”.
Esteban Linés, La Vanguardia
- el pais, la vanguardia, el periodico, babel med


first release to come out at nuevos medios (spain) in may 2010: Reinas del Matute



Las Migas play flamenco with a traditional base and a feminine stamp, coloured in jazz, fado,
bossa nova, classical music, habaneras, tango... Barcelona is at the crossroads of this
universe, fresh and full of life, filled with details and textures. In the past six years Las Migas
have toured in Italy, France, Croatia, Bulgaria, Hungry, Holland, Tunisia, and Spain, and the
press has named their flamenco as Mediterranean, sensitive, exciting, exquisite, heterodox,
modern, avant-garde…
They’ve released their long awaited first album ‘Reinas del Matute’ (Nuevos Medios, 2010),
with songs written by themselves, as well as adaptations of poems by Federico Garcia Lorca
and Rafael Alberti. The recording includes guest star collaborations from Javier Colina (Bebo
Valdés) and Raúl Rodríguez (Son de la Frontera).