Ca7riel and Paco Amoroso in Works: The celebration

This date is a Christmas gift for all those who are at the mythical Obras Sanitarias Stadium this December 20. They come “handled” from watching a year of sarcastic videos, full of references to internet culture and language of social networks. They have spent 2019 waiting for each release to hear a new version of this duo that was built on trap, but knew how to move on the wave of national rock and cumbia that raised them. This public has supported them and followed their every move, such as their first important live shows at Niceto Club in the middle of the year with sold-out tickets on their three dates, or their presentation at the Teatro Colón. And now they are giving the present in a recital that, they know, will remain in the collective memory of a generation.

For Ca7riel Y loving paco It is “The celebration” -as they called this sold out show in Obras- of a first year of a successful, consecrated and already historic artistic career for Argentine rock. If the series of recitals at Niceto was the discovery of his ATR Band, Friday night’s date finished showing the great contribution that live musicians give to the show of some singers who can conceive, compose and produce just with a computer. The young Catriel Guerreiro and Ulises Guerriero understood, based on their artistic careers, that having a band would give them musical and group support to raise the bar of their shows. That they would not be just two singers jumping and raving on stage, but that they would be what they always dreamed of: a true rock band.

Photo: Nadia Guzman
Photo: Nadia Guzman
Photo: Nadia Guzman

The show in Obras is thinking, structured, set and rehearsed as the kick of the band that they are on their way to being. A different warm up, with a DJ playing house, and a stage with a square structure that opens like the lid of a laptop. The giant screen rises and what would be the keyboard is an empty base for the kids to jump, dance and dramatize. On the sides, the ATR Band. Then the stage cover rises and an “XD” appears on the screen signaling the entrance of Ca7riel and Paco, who seem to have springs in their shoes because they jump while singing their anthem with more punk attitude, “Ola Mina xd”. The public explodes with them and becomes a uniform mass of exaltation that lasts during the 60 minutes of the show.

What follows is a series of tracks like “Anti yuta” and “I don’t know,” in which the boys show how hard they worked on this show, rehearsing each of their entrances, costumes, and interactions with each other. Then they relax, get comfortable and sing “Mi sombra” and “Piola”, in which they take the opportunity to thank the public and all the technical team that made this show possible. Meanwhile, the screens, with several live cameramen, reproduce what happens on stage with the aesthetics of Instagram filters, and the show is streamed from Paco’s Instagram account.

With a moment for fun, the boys amuse themselves by doing a fragment of the reggaeton “Picky picky” by Joey Montana with a more rag base, and everyone sings because nobody comes out unscathed from a radio hit like that. The most artistic streak of Ca7riel and Paco Amoroso comes to the fore when for “Ouke” the protagonists of the video Esteban Lamothe appear on stage, in a wheelchair, and Lili Blanco, who stays on one side dancing while the boys interpret the song . Nearing the end of the song, Lamothe gets up from his chair and walks over to Lili to find himself in a tremendous chape. While Paco and Ca7riel maintain the final chorus for the theatrical closing of a video that marked the before and after of this abrupt and ascending musical career.

More guests parade across the stage, but this time to sing. First Axel Fiks, to accompany Paco on “Todo el día”, and then Dillom, the most punk of trap, to play “Trash”. The most anticipated was Wos, who came to do “Klapaucius” and repay Ca7riel, his own guitarist, for the fraternal support of colleagues, friends and musicians. The end is with “Jala jala” while the public was armed and disarmed in a great pogo. And so, with a forceful show and no encores, Ca7riel and Paco Amoroso say goodbye emotionally. Now yes, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Photo: Matías Casal
Photo: Matías Casal
Photo: Matías Casal

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Main photo: Matias Casal.

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Ca7riel and Paco Amoroso in Works: The celebration


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