Almasäla certainly are a flamenco fusion group founded by vocalist Paloma Povedano, a ex – person in the world-renowned modern flamenco group Ojos de Brujo. Blessed in Andalucia, Spain, Povedano includes a history in flamenco performing and dance, and even though her account in Ojos de Brujo lasted first record, the group’s 1999 debut, Vengue, it set up her popularity amidst the modern flamenco picture, where she collaborated and performed with a number of acts before eventually founding her very own group, Almasäla. Made up of Povedano (vocals, dance), Monica Samit (chorus vocals, palmas), Mario Mas (flamenco electric guitar), Irene Sansalvado (electric guitar, flute), Juan Antonio Guerra (bass), and Miguel Ballester (cajón, drums), the music group made its documenting debut in 2007 with Eolh over the Ventilador Music label. The record fuses modern flamenco with digital creation flourishes and various other Latin styles such as for example bulería, rhumba, tango, and loneá. Almasäla’s worldwide appeal gained them a functionality slot on the 2008 Glastonbury Celebration in England.