8 Argentine releases to listen to this week: Marilina Bertoldi with Javiera Mena, Ca7riel, Turf, and more

Throughout the past week several premieres came to light that we review in this note. Marilina Bertoldi Y Javier Mena sparks flew with a brand-new collaboration, as did I fight SSJ with CRO., simon with Lee EyeY Omar Varela with Ca7riel Y XLab. On the other hand, Ceretti released a new single Turf broke the silence. The most recent album Animated Entity and the video of swim at night complete this list of releases.

Ceretti – “Dark Room”

In mid-September, Ceretti premiered “One more summer” accompanied by Matt Montero and Fantasy Dinasty. Now, the Argentine electropop artist got back together with his production team in “Dark room”, an electrifying and colorful track that is part of the tribute to Sofía Oportot entitled two girls (2022), compilation edited by the labels Flecha Solar and La Banda del VIP

Animated Entity – Non-linear gold conductor

The project of Argentine musician Marcos Díaz released its fifth album through Fuego Amigo Discos. Made up of five songs, Non-linear gold conductor takes the listener through different soundscapes over forty-three minutes. “Relaxed and expansive guitar music for troubled times,” the prolific singer-songwriter commented on his Instagram account about the successor to flattening the curve (2020). “In memory of my friend Mariano de los Ríos“Diaz said in the same post.

I fight SSJ and CRO – “Evil”

A collaboration that shook the board of the national urban scene was that of I fight SSJ Y CRO So far this year, “Evil” is the second song in which CRO participates after having collaborated with the American Dezzy Hollow, together with Aleman, in “Shoulders”. For its part, it is the first release of 2022 by Lucho SSJ: his powerful verbiage is evidenced in this piece that combines elements of trap and drill.

Marilina Bertoldi and Javiera Mena – “Amulet”

After surprising us with the comeback single “Cosa mía”, the singer and producer from Santa Fe shared a new preview of her fourth album as a soloist to be released in March. On this occasion, Marilina Bertoldi invited the Chilean artist Javier Mena to merge energies in an incendiary collaboration that manages to represent those who leave the heteronorm with a clip full of lesbian eroticism made by Gonxalo Alipaz and MICHE. “’Amuleto’ is a song born in the solitude of a dark room with a view of the city in full quarantine and a piano. A pandemic ballad, which talks about the desire to reach someone in these neurotic times and also to undress obstacles and baggage, ”said the former Connor Questa vocalist. And she sentenced: “Rock is to modernize it and give it a facelift.”

More about “Amulet” in this note.

Swim at Night – “Another way”

In December we told you about Stillnessthe first album of swim at night. To continue elevating his recent debut, released by the Casa del Puente label and With collaborations from Santiago Motorizado and El Príncipe Idiota, the Buenos Aires group put images to the opening song of the repertoire, “Another way”. Directed by Luis Zunino and starring Giuliana Gilio, the film-tinged video plunges us into the depths of the underwater world that the album delves into.

Omar Varela, Ca7riel and XLab – “Evil”

Shortly after leaving the disk (2021), his debut solo album that was part of our list of the 50 best albums of the year, Ca7riel continues to demonstrate its chameleonic impetus alongside renowned producers Omar Varela Y XLab. Just as he demonstrated two years ago with the frenetic “McFly”, the Buenos Aires musician returns to venture into psytrance to wrap us up in a maelstrom that questions our bodies with no escape. The single was accompanied by a video directed by Render Panic that unfolds the angry and devastating darkness of the track.

Simona and Lee Eye – “Shut Up”

After captivating us with a string of singles throughout 2021, the Argentine singer-songwriter based in Barcelona simon presented a song in collaboration with the Colombian artist Lee Eye. Inspired by the sorority and the women around her, “’Shut Up‘ is a track that encourages talent to pursue their goals and put aside other people’s opinions, even ordering someone else to shut up whenever necessary”, states an official statement about the Afrobeat-style featuring produced by Blackthoven. The single came out together with a clip recorded at Angel Sound Studio (Barcelona) that reveals, behind closed doors, the process of creating the song.

Turf – “Kittens and Mice”

One of the great comebacks of the week was undoubtedly that of Turf. After a long pause without releasing unreleased material since their fifth album, Odyssey (2017), the group led by Joaquín Levinton returned to the ring with a preview of the long-awaited successor. According to the members of the band themselves, “Kittens and Mice” is “the comedy of entanglements made song to the rhythm of disco music”. To increase the eagerness of his followers, Turf announced that next Friday, March 4, he will give his first show of the year in the Konex courtyard.

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