Secret Farewells

Sofar Sounds London

Lighthouse

Supporting The Cat Empire

Odds & Ends (Live)

Conciertos de Viveros Valencia

Secret Farewells (Live Vinyl Recording)

Secret 7” The Public Records

Somerset House London 

Up The River (Live)

Conciertos de Viveros Valencia (2014)

NEWS

25/12

A FIRST CHRISTMAS ALBUM

CHRISTMAS TIME IS HERE – A while ago, I recorded with Thomas Brand this little Christmas album in London. Consider it as a belated present, to enjoy as a soundtrack for your home and family reunions. Five classic versions of those songs we all listen to by the fireplace. Click here to stream them online now on Soundcloud. Merry Christmas one and all!

 

01/12

MÚSICA DEL SOTABOSC

A partir de ahora, June’s K entra en la familia de booking/management de Sotabosc Escènic!

“En el “Sotabosc” nace la vegetación capaz de crecer sin la luz directa del sol y és imprescindible para el resto de seres vivos que allí conviven”

Más info aquí:

12/09

LA FÁBRICA DE HIELO + SAMUEL REINA

La vie est belle cuando estrenas temporada en un lugar como La Fábrica de Hielo, frente al mar. Y pronto ves, atónita, cómo se llena por completo. No se me olvida agradecer momentos como los del pasado sábado: Por escuchar, por la acogida, por volver a cantar con Samuel Reina, y a Le Cool Valencia por la producción.

Love!

Music

MY NAME IS JUNE.

‘Brave Journey Into The English Sea. Forever clean, underneath my skin.

Brave Journey Into The English Sea. Miss it, everything’

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The music of June’s Kaleidoscope can be conceived like the nostalgic, yet stirring trip you’d begin over and over again, through endless ocean landscapes stuck in your memory. The musical alter ego of the songwriter and pianist Arantxa Iranzo, the voice behind June, was born in allusion to Lucy, ‘the girl with kaleidoscope eyes’: in honor of one of her favorite childhood’s Beatles songs. Spanish born, and greatly influenced by a classical piano education, Arantxa left her cloudless hometown, Valencia, and moved to London a few years ago, where she finished her debut album (Soon You Will See, 2012) in the solitude of her University room.

Her project made her finalist at London’s Hard Rock CafeThe Rising of Bands Competition, amongst thousands of participants: a point in which her career started to move on smoothly, being soon discovered by BBC London Radio.

After spending a while gigging, traveling, and eventually broadening her songwriting at New York University, Arantxa came back to her old piano room, where she started to write the forthcoming Brave Journey Into The English Sea: and ode to her life in England, a diary full of Atlantic stories wrapped in a love that was not meant to be. The album was recorded and co-produced under the guidance of Matt Ingram (Laura Marling, Lianne La Havas, The Staves) at Urchin Studios in London; counting also on the great collaboration of Fyfe Dangerfield (The Guillemots) on the songs.

After the premiere of her new music video Best Hotel Room We’ve Ever Had last July, June performed as the supporting act of one her biggest music influences, Jamie Cullum, at Conciertos de Viveros in Valencia (Spain): Undoubtedly, a career-defining and really special moment for her music trajectory.

Brave Journey Into The English Sea will be released at the end of this summer 2017.

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