Tag Archives: Iñigo Ugarteburu

Al Son De Los Tambores By Inigo Ugarteburu (TSSP003 Mixtape)

24 Jul
Inigo Ugarteburu’s third instalment in a series of mixtapes created for the Secret Showcase Presents is inspired by Latin Music, rhythm, congas, tambourines, timbales and maracas. I recommend you grab yourself an ice cold cocktail and enjoy listening to this one in the sunshine!

¡Arriba, abajo, al centro, pa’ dentro!

Click the picture or link below to enjoy…

Sand In My Shoes. By Inigo Ugarteburu (TSS002 Mixtape)

17 Mar

Inigo Ugarteburu of Secret Showcase Presents mixtape fame has today delivered another fine collection of music for you to all enjoy. After rooting through his treasure trove of records for us, his theme and inspiration this month is Soul. Click the picture or link below to be redirected to our Mixcloud page and listen. Enjoy…



Oh Lord! By Inigo Ugarteburu (TSSP001 Mixtape)

20 Jan

Last year I wrote a post about Inigo Ugarteburu, his stunning music and his desire to compile a series of mixtapes for the Secret Showcase Presents…

Inigo has lovingly searched through his collection of vinyl to create some awesome mixtapes for his friend including an African inspired piece for Colectivo Futuro and this first mixtape for the Secret Showcase Presents is no exception.  Given the title and genre it only felt right to post it on a holy day. Thank you, enjoy and Amen!

1. Washington Phillips – I Was Born to Preach the Gospel

2. Rev. Edward Clayborn (The Guitar Evangelist) – This Time Another Year You May Be Gone

3. Bessie Johnson – Great Reaping Day

4. Blind Willie Johnson – Dark Was The Night, Cold Was The Ground

5. Booker T. Washington White (Bukka White) – I Am In The Heavenly Way

6. Mississippi Fred McDowell & The Hunter’s Chapel Singers of Como – Amazing Grace

7. Ishman Williams & The William Singers – The Old Ship of Zion

8. Fantastic Voices of Joy – What a Friend We Have in Jesus

9. Shirley Ann Lee – There’s a Light

10. Ike Gordon – Your Close Friends

11. Lighty Singers of Estill – Serve the Lord

12. James Carter & The Mighty Stars – You Don´t know

13. Lighty Singers of Estill – In the Morning When the Trumpet Sounds

14. Crumb Brothers – Seat in the Kingdom

15. Mosby Family Singers – Eternal Life

16. Isaac Haney & The Ebenezer Baptist Church Choir – At a Time Like This (Part One)

17. Rev. Charlie Jackson – Morning Train

18. Straight Street Group – Victory Shall be Mine

19. Straight Street Group – Angels Keep Watching Over me

20. Rev. Louis Overstreet – I’m a Soldier in the Army of The Lord

21. Unidentified Woman & Pentecostal Temple Congregation – Heaven is Mine

22. Georgia Sea Island Singers – Sink Em’ Low

Iñigo Ugarteburu – Gospel mix-tape on the way for the TSSP…

29 Nov

Please allow me to introduce you to Iñigo Ugarteburu…

After working for 8 months at EMI, I have only just started to really get to know people I work with well enough to discover their passions and talents… Iñigo Ugarteburu it would seem, is quite the prolific musician, working on various projects whilst regularly gigging and DJing, he also has an incredibly extensive and photographic knowledge of music with a large and eclectic record collection to match.

I’m sure there is more to Iñigo that we are yet to discover, but so far this is what I know of him to share… Cafe Teatro is a dreamy and enchanting minimalist folk collective to which he belongs, having release two albums called ‘Burga’ and ‘Sei’ through Foehn Records, which you can hear and buy here.

Iñigo also released a solo album this year called ‘Back & Forth’, it is simply sublime and commands to be listened to, Once your ears are wrapped around the many layers of the vast number of instrumental melodic patterns, it carries you on a journey to another land entirely. Best listened to with closed eyes in any state of mind!


Not one to rest on his laurels, He is currently working on solo album number two and a score for a dance film directed by Xabier Iriondo and choreographed by Marina Mascarell. Iñigo has also recently put together a mix tape for his good friends at Colectivo Futuro, a dedicated cultural node where artforms and people converge, a node well worth checking out. I enjoyed the Mix-tape so much and I’m delighted to say that even with his incredibly busy schedule he has agreed to share a glimps of his record collection with us and do a series of mix-tapes for The Secret Showcase Presents… Starting with Gospel. Watch this space…

You can hear the most recent African inspired mix-tape he did for Colectivo Futuro here…

You can  also hear more Colectivo Futurcasts here

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