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Show Date: Tonight, Friday June 22nd, 2007
Venue: Grand Performances, California Plaza, 350 South Grand Avenue
$0 @ 8:00 p.m.

Artist:Ojo de Brujo
Album: Techari + Techari Remixes
Label: Six Degrees Records

Barcelona-based flamenco-fusion-epxerimentalists Ojo de Brujo kick off their North American tour tonight in Los Angeles with a FREE concert at Grand Performances, California Plaza, 350 South Grand Avenue. This band of gypsy instrumentalists and DJs is touring in support of their most recent release, Techari as well as a supporting set of Techari remixes.

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Beyond some of the vocals it would be difficult to call this flamenco music, what with the turntable scratching, didjeridoo, Indian tablas drums, but it sounds like a lot of folks making a lot of good noises. I can only imagine what they will be like at this live show.

The tunes on Techari that a real standouts are the opener, 'Color', the central Asian tinged 'Todo Tiende', and the almost rhythmically manic 'Feedback'.

With all the songs in Spanish and plenty of strumming guitars this is definitely Latin music appropriate for Calfornia Plaza and is consistent with programming of Grand Performances.