Mariana De Miguel

singer, producer, DJ from Mexico City

Mariana De Miguel on KCRW

Girl Ultra (Mariana de Miguel) is a 27-year-old singer, producer and DJ from Mexico City. Her new album, “El Sur,” blends garage rock, house and techno.

Mariana de Miguel on passion in Spanish words, why she calls herself Girl Ultra

Girl Ultra (Mariana de Miguel) is a 27-year-old singer, producer and DJ from Mexico City. Her new album, “El Sur,” blends garage rock, house and techno.

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