La Fantástica Distopia Del Hombre Pez by Bagre From Talca with love, the hypnotic beats of Bagre. Lunar Tapes has become one of the best surprises of the recent years, an independent label with good musicians and interesting tunes. That’s why we praise today the amusing work of Bagre, and his catchy composition of nostalgic beats. Sometimes a video game, sometimes hip-hop, sometimes a chill and awkward afternoon, “La Fantástica Distopia del Hombre Pez”, his latest record, is all that. And we like it. So, imagine you are in a very strange period in your life. Shadows get bigger, people are less people and everything seems to be a little off. But that´s OK, you know, because Bagre is still on your playlist. Every single track on “La Fantástica” gets you to another sense of security and chillness. And if you think that`s too much, well, you can always press PLAY and get in the smooth vibe. You can fulfill your longing of nostalgia with the cassette version of “ La Fantástica Distopia del Hombre Pez” available now or the digital format. But we strongly recommend you to get your Walkman and listen to this beats, rich in 8 bit […]
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Been caught on the ethereal loop of Niñosindigo over and over and over and over and over again has to be a paradise. Meet the personal project of Valeria Hernández, a visual artist from Concepción, and the woman responsible for many video clips and visuals from bands like Davida Loca or Niñosindigo itself, and indie art projects like Taller Monstruo. Her latest album, “Selva” finds the trance in the strings. An interesting approach to acoustic tunes backed by voices coming from the wind. All with the wild concept of “Fruta”, sounds from remote places and remote tunes. In its own abstraction, Niñosindigo stands as an escape door to the harsh streets, bright lights and irritating sounds of the city. A far away place, made by atmospheric folk, experimental samples and lo fi sensations. We have nothing but a high fidelity to one of the most interesting projects of Concepción. Facebook • Soundcloud By: Francisco Cifuentes.
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Beats from the unknown to the infinity. There is no much information about the identity of Eggglub and we couldn’t care less about it. Because what lacks of information, excedes on stylish and funky instrumental remixes. And that’s what you find on Eggglub`s tunes. Dopey rythms and psychedelic samples that decolours the gray from the city to iridescent skies and tecnicolor horizons. Grab your bike, skate, rollers, golf cars and press play to the vibes. You are cordially invited to enjoy. Because every afternoon brought to you by Eggglub is a ephimeral postcard to eternity. So don’t feel kind of sad when Egglub’s songs ends, another will come right next to it and chill with you. And you can´t miss it, his samples are from everywhere, and he is currently playing wherever you find perfect to enjoy your pilsen, mojito, straberry fields, piña colada and the best company. Welcome to the Eggglub. Now you can relax. Facebook · Bandcamp By: Francisco Cifuentes
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MI NOMBRE ES DOLORES!
Music as a reflection of travel, experiences and experiences. Mi nombre es dolores! It is the lonesome project of Matías Hidalgo, bass guitarist of national bands and 608-z and Syndie. Leaving apart his usual instrument of 4 strings, he decides to take his acoustic guitar and start a parallel musical work that allows it to be author, composer and performer at the same time hinting in his lyrics and sound experiences of everyday life through songs like “Yo no me gané un oscar”, “mi mejor peor momento” and “hombre con suerte”. In 2014 he decides to leave Chile to start an international tour, starting on New Zealand, and then continue by Australia and Asia. Places where it can be released and show their material. In August 2015 confirms his participation in the Quest Festival. One of the most important alternative music festivals in Vietnam. Here he shares the stage with several prominent artists such as Ouissam, Jack Swift and Space Panther. In early 2016 he recorded two new songs that give a view of what will be his next album waterlogged to the end of 2016. Earlier this month decided to travel South Vietnam and motorcycle accompanied by his ukulele. […]
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Caraslargas cuts right through the chase. No rodeos, no misunderstandings and no filter. The rawness of universal truths lies behind funky and jazzy progressions. A message spoken through smooth whisperings and belligerent rhymes. Pretty much like Jack Kerouac sitting in the same couch with Rage Agains the Machine, without losing the smoothness. Can you expect a better combination? With a debut album (Caraslargas, 2016) masterfully crafted by Ariel Noname dropping the mic, Salde bombing the bass, Feli on the funky guitar, Mati in the restless drums and Pancho on the sneaky keyboards., Caraslargas is definitely, the jazz band with the furious attitude owned by these guys. So we recommend you to listen. And listen carefully, because every verse of Ariel Noname is a sharp knife, and every time the drums speed the rhythm, that knife gets closer and closer. Meanwhile a smooth guitar drinks martini amaretto watching you bleed. So get a big incinerator and slowly light some candles. Caraslargas brings us acid rhymes on acid jazz. Facebook · Bandpage Record Label: Gatoruso Records By: Francisco Cifuentes.
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Oso el Roto
If aliens visit the Earth someday, land in your place and ask you politely… “Human, what kind of sounds are worth the listening in this planet?” your answer will be three magic words. “Oso el Roto”. The best combination of inexplicable tunes, lots of imagination and so little limits. A little bit tribal, much more experimental, many samples and nonsense lyrics as his battle flag. The absurdity is a gun, and Oso el Roto is pointing at you. Prepare to open even more your mind, and press play to this wonderful journey sponsored by Oso el Roto. With the participation of Dadalu in choirs and production, Ervalizer in monotron and choirs, this journey is far from finishing Produced by Ice Flex, Ervalizer. Web: Bandcamp Facebook By: Francisco Cifuentes.
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