• country:Spain
  • style(s):Flamenco, Contemporary
  • label:Autoedited
  • artist posted by:Plan-B Music

Line up

  • Darío Del Moral (bass, synthesiser)
  • Niño de Elche (vocals)
  • Raúl Cantizano (guitar)


2016 started strong for NIÑO DE ELCHE. Absolute winner in the Best Of 2015 lists (El Pais, Rockdelux…) he has already played more than 30 shows with his trio (Raul Cantizano, guitars; Dario del Moral, bass and machines) and his other projects.

Voces del Extremo is the name of his latest album. Produced by Daniel Alonso (Pony Bravo) together with Raúl Pérez (La Mina) and Darío del Moral (Pony Bravo, Fiera), the record is a compilation of texts by contemporary poets like Antonio Orihuela, Inma Luna, Bernardo Santos or Begoña Abad, who belong to a new radical social poetry movement called poesia de la conciencia (poetry of the awareness). Following the path set by his previous works, Voces del Extremo is not a flamenco record in the classic sense, with its compositions based on traditional palos (musical forms) but a record with songs sometimes closer to other genres such as kraut rock, ambient or 70s and 80s new wave.

NIÑO DE ELCHE is an unusual “cantaor” (flamenco singer). He is a multidisciplinary artist who combines the flamenco singing and toque (guitar playing) with performances, poetry, improvisation, minimalism, singer-songwriting, rock or electronics. He has published very diverse albums, like Sí, a Miguel Hernández (2013) homage to the Republican poet. In 2011 he created a show based on the paintings of Francis Bacon called "Vaconbacon, Cantar las fuerzas", together with the collective "Bulos y Tanguerías".

NIÑO DE ELCHE is a very versatile and active artist. He alternates his personal works with collaborations with unclassifiable art creators like curator Pedro G. Romero; he has worked with choreographers and dancers such as Juan Carlos Lérida, Israel Galván, Suzanne Heizenger or Matej Kejzar. And he also collaborates with sound&video duo Los Voluble.