JARDARES POR FUERA
Rumba / Flamenco / Reggae / Swing / Blues
Jardares Por Fuera have boldly set alight every stage they’ve played in the last year and gained a dedicated following. They play an unconventional blend of Rumba-Flamenco enriched with Reggae, Swing and Hip Hop. Expect scintillating guitar-led melodies and Flamenco rhythms complemented by accordion, big basslines, high-energy cajon and deep female vocals
They have quickly gained a large following on the London underground scene following their outstanding repertoire of their own compositions and some reinvented classics and their engaging performances.
The name 'Jardares Por Fuera' comes from a local expression from Murcia in Spain that stands for an un-tucked shirt, a symbol of the unconventional - all that?stays outside the rules.
'They remind me of Ojos De Brujo when we first started out!' DJ Panko (Ojos De Brujo)
“…helping to push forward the sound of Flamenco but still
keeping true to its traditional roots.” (Latino Music UK)
Festivals they’ve played: Glastonbury, The Big Chill Festival and Secret Garden Party.
In 2012 Jardares Por Fuera played at the Brighton Fringe Festival, Rollright Fayre, Camino (Fiesta en la Calle), Secret Garden Party, and The Olympic Park amongst many other brilliant gigs
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