Originally even more of a collective when compared to a band, the Barcelona-based flamenco fusion group Ojos de Brujo, which means “Eyes from the Wizard”, came jointly within the mid-’90s when guitarist Ramon Giménez began using like-minded experimental musicians such as for example singer Marina “La Canillas” Abad and percussionist Xavi Turull, searching for the type of sound they can create. In 1999, as the official group, Ojos de Brujo released their first record, a totally self-produced and self-recorded discharge, Vengue. Using a lineup that contains Giménez; Abad; turntablist DJ Panko; percussionists Sergio Ramos, Turull, and Maxwell Wright, and guitarist Paco Lomeña, Ojos de Brujo continued to record (once again, all areas of the process had been performed by the music group) 2002’s Clubí, that was followed by a thorough globe tour. Besides raising their group of fans, the tour also presented them to various other musicians from all over the world. These conferences motivated the bandmembers to keep developing their audio, and their following record, 2006’s Techarí, noticed the addition of Cuban trumpet participant Carlos Sarduy. 3 years afterwards, Ojos de Brujo released their third and last studio record 2009’s Aocaná and following a group of farewell concerts this year 2010, the music group known as it quits.