Cajitas Rectangulares – Fiesta de Mentira
By Oscar Aspillaga Peralta
Cajitas Rectangulares is a band from Valparaiso that has been around for 8 years. I’ve been with them in many bar gigs, either in their hometown or Santiago, San Antonio, Concepción, Chillán and (hopefully) many more.
In 2015 they released their first album, “Fiesta de Mentira” (Acople Records), which we could say it was a heavy work to do. Because the path of rock is not easy. With so much effort, Cajitas Rectangulares entered to Pancho Straub’s study (“La Voz de los 80”) and finally could see their music recorded in an album that sounds really good. I’m proud of them. Somehow, even in a sort of way, I feel part of their effort and I can properly say that I put my grain of sand, along with many people, so Fiesta de Mentira could be real.
This 2016, also after heavy work to do, they were able to take a physical edition of the disc, which has a luxury design work and and a booklet with some stories of the hills of Valparaiso and what have been all these years of music.