I discovered this band, Lenacay, from Barcelona, at this year’s Migrations Festival @ Luxexpo in Luxembourg, on Saturday night when they played a nice fusion of flamenco, rock and rumba music.
I am a big fan of flamenco and latin music, therefore, their music appealed to me instantly, but irrespective of one’s music tastes, the lead singer Paola Domniguez has an amazing voice, mastering flamenco as perfectly as hard rock or alternative beats. Moreover, the band’s other female member, Carolina Morgado, dances flamenco during their shows, which really brings value to their overall performance.
LENACAY is an experimental music project that fuses flamenco and different languages of musical expression. It´s an innovative journey through time that runs from flamenco roots and culture, to electronic beats, rumba melodies and rythm patterns, funky basslines and electric guitars.
If you haven’t heard of this band before, make sure you check their official website and Youtube account.
Photos were taken on March 14, 2015 in Luxembourg © Roxana Mironescu.
Lenacay guitarists Luxembourg 2015
Lenacay band in Luxembourg
Crazy night spent at DoubleTree by Hilton in Aberdeen on the 11th of July 2011.
Loads of dance, music and fun and most importantly surrounded my good friends and mates.
It’s been a pleasure to meet you guys and be part of such a great dancing team.
The past 2 years have been so rewarding thanks to you. And this is not the end, it can’t be, we are only taking a small break over the summer and will be back on the floor with so much more enthusiasm.
Take care and a Big THANK YOU to everyone who was present at the party last night.
Salsa Rueda forever!!!
On Friday, the 22nd of April, all salsa lovers from Aberdeen hit the floor at the one and only Gangsters and Flappers Salsa Party in town. Organised by Dj Santy and Daniel B, the event brought together dancers of all ages and ethnicities, who dressed up in black suits and 1920s inspired dresses showed off their best moves on the rythms of salsa, bachata, merengue and reggaeton.
A first in the Granite city, the themed party was very well perceived by the audience who left the floor long after midnight.
To the next one! Hasta la Proxima!