Ojos de Brujo

Formed 1996.
Ojos de Brujo


Ojos de Brujo ("Sorcerer Eyes" in English) was a nine-piece band from Barcelona, Spain, who describe their style as "jipjop flamenkillo" (hip-hop with a little flamenco). The band sold over 100,000 copies of their self-produced Barí album, and has received several awards, among these the BBC Radio 3 World Music Award for Europe in 2004 (having also been nominated in 2003).

Their success is also notable for being achieved without the aid of label backing; they set up their own label, La Fábrica de Colores, to get complete artistic freedom for Barí, away from the pressure they perceived from their record company Edel Records for their debut Vengue.

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BBC Reviews

  1. Review of Aocaná

    Aocaná 2009

    Reviewed by Jon Lusk
    A more playful, experimental side of their music.
  2. Review of Techari Live

    Techari Live 2007

    Reviewed by Sophie Bruce
    Latin craziness, live and direct!
  3. Review of Techari

    Techari 2006

    Reviewed by Martin Longley
    Barcelona collective Ojos De Brujo have developed their signature sound even further...
  4. Review of Bari


    Reviewed by Charlie Gillett
    Fusing flamenco and rumba with rap and turntables. Recommended. Review by Charlie...
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