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  • Recorded live on Radio Tarifa's 2002 world tour, the aptly titled Fiebre captures the “fevered” nature of the band's performances and unique blend of Spanish and North African musical traditions. The BBC called the album “essential,” adding that “the individual elements of the band are so artfully combined as to create something simultaneously traditional and adventurously novel.”

  • Recorded live on Radio Tarifa's 2002 world tour, the aptly titled Fiebre captures the “fevered” nature of the band's performances and unique blend of Spanish and North African musical traditions. The BBC called the album “essential,” adding that “the individual elements of the band are so artfully combined as to create something simultaneously traditional and adventurously novel.”

  • Radio Tarifa continue on their adventurous journey into the melting pot of musics from medieval Spain with Cruzando el rio (Crossing the River). The repertoire is an even balance of songs written especially for the album and existing material drawn from a variety of folkloric traditions (Castillian, Andalusian, and even Japanese). With Cruzando el río, Radio Tarifa have created a vast sound tapestry that is haunting and atmospheric, weaving between ancient and modern, joy and despair.

  • Temporal, the follow-up to Radio Tarifa’s debut, Rumba Argelina, gave Musical Director Faín Dueñas the opportunity to focus more deeply on flamenco music, in addition to Sephardic and traditional music from Andalucia, Castilla, Galicia, and Sanabria. Dueñas explains: With Temporal, I wanted to define my ideas more and explore deep flamenco.”

  • Located at Spain’s southernmost point, the town of Tarifa is so close to Morocco that the sounds of the morning prayers can be heard drifting across the Straight of Gibraltar. Radio Tarifa's debut album incorporates both Spanish and African elements for a musical meeting point between the two cultures to “reinvent the heritage of pre-inquisition Spain” (New York Times).