Curated by Lucrecia Dalt
The guitar has always occupied a special place in Spanish music - namely in flamenco, where players often perform with complicated and acrobatic techniques. But Madrid-born Víctor Herrero rose to prominence lending the Iberian guitar new, contemporary meanings. Sometimes preferring to keep his playing simpler and focusing on the stories he tells - channeling a kind of Spanish-speaking Dylan. He is, however, so much more than that and has also demonstrated he can sonically travel to both Africa and South America too, just by a flick of the finger.