Playing tracks by
Josefina Suñé, Los Panchos, Miguel de Molina, Fosforito & guitarra Paco de Lucía, Perlita de Huelva and more.
Sarah Jones is one of the fiercest drummers I’ve seen—and also one of the warmest and generous musicians we’ve come to work with. I first met her last summer, when we performed the Atomic Bomb! show at the Meltdown! Festival in London.
Growing up, one of Sarah's biggest musical influences was her grandmother, Josefina—who loved traditional Spanish music like flamenco and copla, and iconic Spanish artists like Miguel de Molina and Lola Flores.
This summer, Sarah started digging into her musical upbringing, and put together a lovely mix for this month’s show. In her research, she also found a number of fantastic recordings that her grandmother had made herself—at what seems like by accident. During a few occasions when Josefina had been listening to her music on cassette, she had accidentally hit the record button on the cassette player, and magnificently recorded her serenading in the living room.