Fusion of jazz and flamenco, without limits. Electronic, pop and rap, no holds barred. They may seem very different, but both Álex Conde y Los Indultados and Zoo are Valencian, and they do not know what comfort zones are. Both appeal to the universal from the particular, so they know very well what it is to be prophets in their land but also far from it.
Zoo are, for their part, the biggest popular phenomenon to emerge from Valencian music in the last two decades. They filled the Wizink Center a few months ago thanks to the contagious power of a danceable and very viral formula, which fuses elements of electronica, hip hop, reggaeton and ska, without disregarding a critical look at their social environment. They did it with a discourse conveyed almost entirely in Valencian. Quite a milestone. Fueled by the absence of prejudice, their stylistic voracity and the festive spirit typical of the popular street bands with so much tradition in the Valencian regions, they have a career in continuous progression, with titles such as Tempestes vénen del sud (2014), Raval (2017) and Llepolies (2021).
Pianist Álex Conde is the son of the legendary flamenco singer Alejandro Conde, although if there is one thing that makes him unique, it is his ability to fuse flamenco and jazz, something he has been able to show in the last decade in dozens of international festivals alongside artists such as Vicente Amigo, Keita Ogawa, John Patitucci, Chucho Valdés or The Bad Plus. After 15 years living in the U.S., his revision of the music of T. Monk and Bud Powell, two of the great architects of the be bop revolution, from the perspective of flamenco and Latin rhythms, became the hallmark of his music. Now we have him here at the head of a project, together with twelve other musicians who make up Los Indultados, which takes as its starting point the most representative pasodobles, coplas and popular songs of our tradition to reformulate all this musical legacy and make us see it from a different point of view.
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