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Discography

  • Las cosas - (2008)
  • Solarística - (2010)
  • Hay hogares que han triunfado - (2012)

 

 

Members featured in the album

  • Las cosas - (2008)

 

BLAS FINGER - Drums

PABLO GALLARDO - Electric guitar

PABLO ACOSTA - Electric guitar

PABLO YEDRO - Bass

 

Guest musician:

AGUSTÍN INSUASTI - Piano

 

Members featured in the album

  • Solarística - (2010)

 

BLAS FINGER - Drums

PABLO GALLARDO - Electric guitar

PABLO YEDRO - Bass

 

Members featured in the album

  • Hay hogares que han triunfado - (2012)

 

PABLO GALLARDO - Electric guitar, synth and electric piano

PABLO YEDRO - Bass, slide guitar and synth

BLAS FINGER - Drums, guitar and vocals

WALTER VENKER - Synths and Hammond organ

 

Guest musicians:

HERNÁN ESPEJO - Vocals

JUAN BARONE - Percussion

FERNANDO FLOXON - Vocals

ANDRÉS RAVIOLI - Horn

 

 

Biography

Humbly and ironically this Argentinean band define themselves as a Southern-style Rock band in their Myspace profile, but the real fact is that Las Cosas create a solid sort of Psychedelic Rock with a high experimental vibe and lots of inputs from the standards of Math-Rock and Psychedelic Heavy Prog: Don Caballero, Mr. Bungle, Can and Tool can be spotted as important influences in the elaboration of Las Cosas' sound, which is predominantly constructed around the liberal use of killer riffs and weird ornaments. While the idea of forming an experimental rock band began among some founding members in 2001, Las Cosas was really started in 2006. The first line-up comprised two guitar players plus a bassist and a drummer; this was the line-up that recorded and released the eponymous EP in 2008, via a joint effort of Prius Discos and Viajero Inmóvil in distribution.

As of 2010, the band was reduced to a trio line-up with only one guitarist, editing their second album "Solarística" with a more linked to Kraut-Rock style.

A couple of years later they released their third CD "Hay hogares que han triunfado" again  with a quartet formation and guest musicians.

 

 

Information

* Las cosas official Blogspot

# Apologies, translated by https://translate.google.com.ar