Magaly Fields is a psychedelic rock n roll that is here to blow your head off with fresh sounds and sharp guitars. When listening to Magaly Fields, a duo coming from Santiago, we can remember Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Soledad Brothers and The Oh Sees, among others. Besides, if we add to this a little and spicy street blues, we get as a result a powerful sound, raw in its moment, but never ending in saturation. The constant relationship between love and hate that borns from guitar and drums, achieves his maximum splendor on each of their songs. And this makes them one of the few bands very atractive to listen on record or live. A constant transformation that takes you in a path with very little chances to go back. A path towards nirvana that is shared with their fans in every gig. Chromatic Days, their first album, reflects the diversity of colors and contrasts printed on their work, an style cultivated since the dawn of time to the present days. Magaly Fields are: Tomas Stewart (guitar and vocals) and Diego Cifuentes (Drums) Facebook • Bandcamp By: Pablo Pérez
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LA GLORIA DE JUAN
Only a few bands can set you in a certain mood of head banging melancholy. A firm kick in the nuts with a sappy taste. All very well balanced with some J Mascis-esques voices and stoner guitars. Reminiscing not only the good, but the forgotten values of the helpless alternative nation. And that is the real triumph, the true legacy and the celebration of La gloria de Juan. Discontent guitars with raw voices. All in his debut LP, LgdJ (2016), the solist project of Yanislav Ostoic, with eclectic ballads, energetic and hard ass stoner anthems, and the power to blow your socks off in every riff. Formed by Ostoic on guitar and voices, Pancho Ladrón de Guevara on drums, Felipe Vásquez on bass and others musicians and friends collaborating to make it through. Come on and listen the interesting result of an alternative and riffted revival of the indie/garage rock, with the existencial and ironic perfomance of La gloria de Juan. Facebook • Soundcloud By: Francisco Cifuentes
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A terrain that apeared on the map of Osorno in 2010. A land created an deformed from the roftop of one of his members. Tower used for refuge, inspiration and creations of the group. 6 years doesn’t look like a long path, but building an empire is not a short or simple task. They have tried several aproachs to the public these years, but in 2016 is when they achieve with BYM Records their first album, “REEL”, giving us 6 tracks, 6 differents pieces of land to wander. One of them is named Newcombe, surname of the founder of The Brian Jonestown Massacre, band that they confessed idolize. They have traveled through several realms, not without waving their flag. They release their record in the Cine Arte Alameda of Santiago; have performed in Valdivia; also in the legen (wait for it…) dary Casa de Salud in Concepción; and of course, Osorno. Kingdom Fields is a green musical land that you must go over. Pablo Águila (Drums) Luis Mancilla (Guitar) Dago Aillón (Vocals y bass) Facebook • Bandcamp By: Cristobal Padilla.
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SAGAS is a Chilean / American band that was born in Santiago de Chile in late 2014 and has an EP released in July 2015, entitled “SILENT SOUND” which contains 4 songs that blend powerful riffs tinged indie / punk and sharp melodies that when mixed with the voice become the perfect finishing touch to travel through they drums power. Ty Trainer (vocals) from North American, was the last to join SAGAS, and the band was enriched by the cultural mix. The language in post music, the perfect way to channel the natural identity of the band. SAGAS has had presentations in Santiago downtown, Providencia and other municipalities like San Bernardo, Concepción, Pucón and Valdivia, always having great experiences with people. Members Ty trainer (Vocalist), Felipe Menares (drums), Christopher Sandoval (guitar), Leandro Fuenzalida (bass) and Ignacio Villagrán (guitar). Facebook · Soundcloud Edited by: Pablo Pérez.
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Guitars with heavy british accents and psychedelic rythms are the key signature of Bellyco. An attitute and music marked by the finest influences of 90´s brit and alternative rock. Defined by the media as a a mix of a sharp guitars and psychedelic rhythms, aiming to the rawest and most electric side of rock and roll. , Bellyco began as a lighter and Beatles-esque band, more than ten years ago, but with the pass of time, they have evolved into a heavier sound, reminiscing the golden times of Madchester and making Bellyco, one of the most steady and consistent bands in town. Founded by brothers and cousins from Franklin neighborhood, Bellyco is Paulo Gallardo on vocals and percussions, Jonathan Vargas and Karlheinz Weidhass on guitars, Oliver Quintanilla on drums and Keno Vargas on bass. Bellyco has become the latest proof of a success based on persistent touring and the interest of creating always something new from them to the people, and let me tell you from now that you´re always welcome to enjoy the best tunes of Bellyco and rock the hell out of your mod cut. Facebook · Soundcloud By: Francisco Cifuente
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La Rata Bluesera
They are a litter borned in Valdivia, southern chilean city. Founded at the early millennium for the survivors of the century change. They have published 4 records, “La Rata Bluesera” in 2006, “Disco de Errores” in 2009, “Patas Negras” in 2011 and “Valdivia” in 2013. Now they are maturing the cheese for “El Viaje”, that is going to be their fifth. A homage with a lot of flavour to Schenke & Nilo, another band from the city of Valdivia, famous since times of the dictatorship. An anecdote from this street rodents is that in 2009 “Disco de Errores” was their very first studio album, ‘cause “La Rata Bluesera” is a compilation of live songs that they had to made due to the high costs of making a professional record those years for the band. ¿When have you saw a rat born in a golden cradle? In their career, extensive as his tail, they can say that have more of 700 presentations; they are the official band of Don Vilanova (ex Botafogo) in Chile; they opened the gig for Eric Clapton in Santiago before around 15.000 people; in october of 2014 they were touring in Mexico; in february of 2015 they […]
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La rude Jasha
Band originally from Nogales (5th. inner region), with more than 10 years on the national scene. Their music mixes the pure essence of ska, with sharp and distorted rock guitars, making a ska-rock style very cheerful, but bold, fast and acid when he wants to be. In the credits, they have 5 studio albums, fully self-managed materials (in content production and recording). The band has a permanent presence in the lineup of the underground scene of Valparaiso and Santiago. This year were presented abroad, thanks to the tour launch of its latest material entitled “Homónimo”. Website Facebook By: Jordán Cáceres
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Oi! From Chile to the world. Curasbun has managed to stay on track in a path builded on broken bottles, loud voices and solid effort. What was once a pub band now has become international, having toured through all over continent, without compromising their identity and spirit. And you know what… and if you keep asking, yes…they still kick ass in pubs and bar, representing the third world Oi! Formed by Fernando “Marihuana” Sanchez in voice, Jaime Alarcón and Manuel “Misfi” Vargas on guitars, Fernando “Bermello” Valenzuela in bass and Adolfo Reyes hitting the drums. True Chileans undergrounds in times when the adjective “true” has become a very difficult one to find. We want to keep hearing good news from Curasbun, because a band with so much energy to give is storming the world’s shittiest stages, raising their fists and keeping the name of south American street punk in a very high bar. Turn the volume up and finish your drink, lads… the boys are coming! Label: Bootsboy Records Link: Facebook By: Francisco Cifuentes.
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Patio Solar comes to vindicate the chilean indie pop scene, With harmonic melodies and soft guitars, they make colorful explosions trough his music in a natural and unconsciously way. Like a rollercoaster, making it through ups and downs. Born in the south side of the city, in La Florida, Patio Solar are Claudio Gajardo, Yaney Slagado, Camilo Jiménez, Javier Poduje and Franco Perucca. Young people who knows exactly how to transmit emotions with his chords, lyrics, beats and vibrations. Making this band a fresh communion between pop and the most experimental indie sounds. Their work begins with the EP Driminsun released in 2013. In 2015 they go back to ratify his signature wok with Temporada, an album that was very well received and applauded by his fans. Los Movimientos is the name of his last title, released on February 2016. This last album shows them as a more consolidated band with a more experienced sound. With enough time to instrumentality, good managing of time, and clearly, never losing the Patio Solar essence. By: Pablo Pérez. Facebook Bandcamp
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