Featuring Hugo Fernandez
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His songs are generally both catchy and inventive, many of the performances develop in unexpected directions, and the often-episodic frameworks make most of the selections sound like mini-suites.- DOWNBEAT (SCOTT YANOW) Brilliant contemporary jazz...his music unfolds with echoes of New York's current jazz guitar scene, but also of John Abercrombie and Pat Metheny.- TOMAJAZZ Hugo, with a career spanning over 25 years, recorded his most recent album "Naualli" in Madrid (2018). His album "Cosmogram" (2015), in collaboration with international drummer Antonio Sánchez (Origin Records), was very well received by the public and received excellent reviews from Rollingstone magazine, Jazztimes, El País and Downbeat magazine, which named "Cosmogram" as one of the best albums of 2015. The sound of his quartet focuses its repertoire on original material, where the rich legacy of jazz is still present, mixed with other music, in a time of great social and cultural changes, in a world that seems smaller, but at the same time far from ideologies. Pieces that celebrate the interaction between people who share a passion for music... energy and talent in equal parts. In an era of great social and cultural changes, in a world that seems smaller, but at the same time distant from ideologies. Pieces that celebrate the interaction between people who share a passion for music... energy and talent in equal parts.