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Like Russian Red or La Bien Querida, Zahara is part of a new generation of talented Spanish female singer/songwriters with an inclination toward indie pop and folk. After her 2009 debut for Universal, Zahara is back to her independent roots for La Pareja Tóxica, and it turns out to be a fairly different affair. A thread of sadness and melancholia runs throughout, which makes the album somber, but also much more poignant and cohesive. Ricky Falkner's meticulous production and Zahara's gentle voice and lyrics, which oscillate between earnest and allusive, round up this fine collection. Worth checking out for fans of Christina Rosenvinge or Iván Ferreiro.

Biografía

Nacido(a): 10 de septiembre de 1983 en Jaén, Spain

Género: Pop

Años de actividad: '00s, '10s

Joining the likes of Russian Red, Anni B Sweet, and Alondra Bentley, Zahara was part of the new wave of Spanish indie folk, female singer/songwriters that emerged during the late 2000s. Born Maria Zahara Gordillo Campos in Jaen in 1983, she wrote her first song aged 12 and after studying at the music both at the Conservatorio de Musica de Ubeda and the Universidad de Almeria, released her debut album, Dia 913, in 2005. In the same year she teamed up with the Applebite's Alfonso Alcala and Pablo Garcia...
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