Friday, 28 January 2011

Concerts Los Coronas in Valencia and Castellón

Here they are again Los Coronas with a new record that aim to create the soundtrack to an imaginary film. A film that plays with flashback reviewing their initial sounds, which show us their current maturity and which also show flashes of their future sound. A film in which music is capable of creating images and frenetic rhythms filled with energy, or to convey feelings of calm filled with melancholy. And they get playing with the most primitive spirit r'n'r can give: immediacy, pace and a dry arid that moves away from the beach and were about to desert.

There are 12 songs that make their particular tribute to the musical world that for decades has been reflected in film and in this way have been influenced, consciously or unconsciously.
From a sound that is fed directly from the original instrumental r'n'r the 1950 and 1960, The Coronas are a look at the spirit of the Spaghetti Westerns, the Curro Jiménez rides or surfing documentaries Don Brown. So while renewing revise a gender, instrumental surf, they know well, with which they have grown and are claiming that since its inception in 1991. But once learned the lesson have decided to make a particular world view and that his greatest influence has become his own personal experience.
A vision in the sands of the beaches in California, join the desert sands, thus achieving a sound border surf, southern air laden with echoes of a trumpet calling Degüello in the siege of the Alamo. In a curious appropriation of the musical essence of Mexico or the southern U.S., Los Coronas Wreaths assimilate, reinterpret and appropriate it as theirs.


Saturday, February 5, 2011. Valencia.
Room Wah wah. + Arizona Baby.

Friday, February 11, 2011. Castellón.
Auditorio de Castellón

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