A busy week passed for the national scene that left releases for all tastes. In the middle of spring, a barrage of records surprised in the last days: from those of Ca7riel, Ysy A, Knowing Russia, even those of Manuela de las Casas, Wrapped Children, Mariana Michi and The Lou. And if it was not enough, Facu Iñigo and Nico Megias they captivated us with new songs that you can listen to in the following list:
Ca7riel – The disko
Ca7riel left us speechless with his album called The disko and made in collaboration with multi-instrument producer Tomy Sainz. “This is my most up-to-date version. I love my previous works, but I was very cool and they were the best I could do at that time,” explains Ca7riel about the eclectic repertoire that includes the already hits “Polvo” and “Chanel Maconha”.
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Knowing Russia – The direction
Knowing Russia put an end to the wait for his third album by publishing The direction. Edited through PopArt Discos, produced by Nico Cotton and made up of nine songs, the successor of Cabildo and Oath (2019) shows the musical and lyrical maturity of the Buenos Aires singer-songwriter over thirty-six minutes. “The direction It is the path of each one. It’s going forward, crashing, picking up, swerving and finding the next destination deep within yourself, “said Mateo Sujatovich through a statement.
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Facu Iñigo – “Report”
The musician from Buenos Aires presented “Reporte”, the first preview of his second album, through the Indie Folks label. “’Report’ is nonchalance. It is about the simple things that accompany us and make us enjoy, a song, reading a book, traveling. And that even if everything is bad, we try to have a better time, “he said. Facu Iñigo it’s a statement. The single came out accompanied by an audiovisual piece made in Mar del Plata by Lisa María. The successor of Out (2020) has its release date scheduled for 2022.
The Lou – Plans for today
Made up of seven tracks, The Lou released his debut album titled Plans for today. From “Rara” to “La noche del sol”, the vocalist addresses themes related to love from different perspectives that distance themselves from romanticism. “It musicalizes different states of mind that, at least in my life, appear every week. The album was not designed from the need to pigeonhole it into a single genre, but was made based on what each song needed, “the Cordovan artist revealed from a statement.
Manuela de las Casas – Halare
Manuela de las Casas shared his second album, Halare, through the Elephant stamp in the Room! Made up of eight songs that range between experimental pop and Argentine folklore, the successor of Li (2017) travels through different soundscapes with glittering hues that refer to figures of the stature of Elliott Smith, Thom Yorke and Broadcast. “Her search is both sound and conceptual, each step on her musical path is motivated by the interest in understanding ourselves as humanity,” says a statement about the singer-songwriter.
Mariana Michi – Son of champions
Who also dazzled with a new album was Mariana Michi, after having captivated his followers with the singles “New Age”, “Go to heaven” and “Feel nothing”. Son of champions (2021) is made up of a dozen songs that reveal “a powerful storm of pop rebellion” and features the collaboration of Rocío Iturralde in “Enero”. About her most recent work, the vocalist commented: “It’s a record [en el] that I speak about my ideas of what a family (and mine) means to me, the community, my friends, among others. ” The brave fell (2018) was produced by Mariana Michi during the 2020 quarantine.
Nico Megias – “Impossible?”
After the pandemic singles “Memory of a day” and “Danger”, Nico Megias shared a new single called “Impossible?” A fake opera in a sensitive pop key that immerses us in an atmosphere packed with keyboards, violins and movie samples. “A necessary hole in the scene. Silence amid so much noise. Music that generates something, that touches the fiber, that challenges, that motivates “, revealed in a statement the artist born in Argentina and based in Spain.
Involved Children – The useless word
Wrapped Children released his third studio album, The useless word, with nine energetic songs. The opening “Los dormientes”, which at the same time was the only preview of the repertoire, has the special participation of the Asturian singer-songwriter Nacho Vegas. Over half an hour, the psychedelic orchestra of Buenos Aires shows that album after album takes a step forward to continue rediscovering his peculiar language with psychedelic overtones.
Ysy A – Trap for real
One more time, Ysy A shook the board of the urban scene with a new album. Trap for real, the fourth album by the star of the bars, is made up of eleven energetic and revealing songs in which he completely bare his soul and at the same time confirms his place as one of the pillars of the national circuit. The successor of Handmade (2019) was carried out side by side with Sponsor Dios, and has luxury collaborations such as El Doctor, Bhavi, Alemán, among others.
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