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10/11/2020
A throwback to Las Migas focus week at Global Music Match
A throwback to Las Migas focus week at Global Music Match

Las Migas, Anna Andreu and Matthew McDaid have been part of the international project Global Music Match, as members of the Catalan delegation, with the aim to connect artists from around the world and uplift their presence on social media.

On their focus week, Las Migas had a conversation with artists from Canada, England, Scotland and USA, talking with Jimmy Rankin, Jon Boden, Calvin Arsenia and Skerrybore members, about their musical influences, touring, or their upcoming album, which is set for release this Autumn. 

After four albums and a nomination to Latin Grammys 2017, Las Migas returns to their Flamenco roots with a new show featuring the songs from their forthcoming record, “Empathy,” stressing the strong ties among these four dynamic women that has led to Las Migas’ unique style and international popularity. It features the passionate Gypsy singing of Carolina La Chispa, the twin guitars of Marta Robles and Alicia Grillo, and the free-form violin of Roser Loscos, plus rhythmic hand-clapping and percussion.

Catalan Music on partnership with Mercat de Música Viva de Vic are part of Global Music Match, a pilot initiative created to continue raising the profile of local artists in international music markets within the challenging parameters of the COVID-19 pandemic. The program is a unique response to the limitations imposed on the music industry that makes use of the only available platform – social media and peer-to-peer collaboration – to increase networks and exposure for export-ready artists internationally.

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At Global Music Match they share with other artists their creation process and howthey became a group:
- Las Migas play the castanets for Skerryvore

- Jimmy Rankin chats with Las Migas about their musical influences, touring the globe and their upcoming album

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