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First single from the Budiño´s new album SOTAQUE featuring Antonio Zambujo
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  • Xose Manuel Budiño (Bagpipes, Flutes)


This "becoming larger than life" on stage that pipers have. This "here I am" attitude. This arrogance. Budino has it. He looks good, standing there. He's free. He looks up, gazes in the distance, sets the course and sails away. Through the fishing nets and the airports. Laying down the bottom trawls. Travelling abroad. Nothing is new to him. (Sotaque Carlos Blanco).

Sotaque (2013) Fol Musica New Album

Sotaque is the new album by Budino. It was recorded in his own studio "Ardora" and mixed and mastered in the "Atlantico Blue Studios" in Lisbon. This self-composed work reflects the imprint of traditional music and especially Galician percussion, always played and polished by hand, along with the use of electronics with the distinctive accent of Budino, his sotaque. A concept album where the different bagpipes, percussions and Galician voices are in charge of setting the pace over nine songs composed by Budino and a traditional piece full of subtlety and vitality.
Friends invited to Budino's Sotaque recording create in the particular atmosphere drawing hundreds of percussive layers;

* ANTONIO ZAMBUJO from Portugal sings to love in "Deixame Asivinar", with lyrics by Carlos Blanco.
* LUIS TOSAR shows his Sotaque singing to life and "saudade", with the song " Hoxe canto en Liberta" with lyrics by Celso Emilio Ferreiro.

* The traditional singers CANTAREIROS DE O FIADEIRO sing and play the pandeiretas in the only cover song from Galician tradition, where Budino's bagpipe becomes another voice of the group of cantareiros.
* MICHAEL MCGOLDRICK with his magic flute from Manchester, plays a muineira that entitles Budinos's new album, Sotaque.

Budino is an atypical artist, a musician with his own "Sotaque", a composer who inspires admiration among his peers, a fascinating creator that roots his music in Galician tradition subtly mixed with more contemporary sounds.

Budino has published six albums so far, PARALAIA, ARREDOR, ZUME DE TERRA, HOME, VOLTA and this last one which is number six, Sotaque. His creations and live shows have been recognized by critics worldwide and rewarded with prestigious awards in the genre. Budino has taken his compositions around the globe, filling theaters with audiences eager to enjoy his performances. Cities like Shanghai, Damascus, Beirut, Casablanca, Tangier, Frankfurt, Milan, Glasgow, Buenos Aires, Bogota and Mexico City have witnessed his performances.

Budino first studied in the School of Bagpipes "Semente Nova" in Moana and later in the University of Vigo. Later he joined the Laboratory of Jazz Creativity in Vigo where he discovered his passion for composition. After working in the field of traditional Galician music for years, he explored other artistic channels, playing often with Jazz, classical, flamenco and pop musicians, and sharing the stage with artists like Van Morrison, Jerry Gonzalez, Jorge Pardo, Capercaillie or The Lorient Symphony Orchestra among others.