released July 16, 2021
Original production by Andrés Schteingart aka El Remolón
Vocals: Bárbara Silva
Remix by Guazú
Guest musician: Leo Silcan (Quenas y Charangos)
Mastering: Juan Esteban Herrera aka Ruidoselecto
Artwork by Metaplasma
Executive Production: Folcore Records & Fértil Discos
- El Remolón & Bárbara Silva - Adiós pueblito de Iruya (Guazú Remix)
A single taken from the upcoming album: El Camino de Leda - Remixed
Lucas Page is GUAZÚ. In late 2019 he released “La Noche”, his second studio album with Folcore Records in digital format and in a special limited edition of 300 numbered copies in hot pink vinyl. Lucas Page is a songwriter, producer and sound designer from Argentina. He studied Music and Sound in UNLA university. As a Sound designer he has made more than 80 movies released on theatres.
About El Remolón
El Remolón is the alter ego of Andrés Schteingart, an Argentine musician and producer who experiments with different Latin American rhythms, in the universe that opens up when they are mixed with electronics. He has been part of the electronic cumbia movement and digital folklore since the beginning as a member of the ZZK crew and currently he is the one who leads the general direction of Fértil Discos.
About Bárbara Silva
Argentine singer and songwriter, vocalist of Mamá Chabela with two albums released "Maravilla Clandestina" and "Circular", belongs to the auspicious generation that fuses folklore, rock, psychedelia and world music. Together with El Remolón, she participated in the album "El camino de Leda", interpreting ancestral songs from her land.
Lucas Page's extensive career on sound design has lead him to become interested by the textures, colors and the narrative possibilities of sound and music. Previously he has released 3 albums with the experimental project moji moji, “Detroit de le Maire” (2010), “N” (2011) y “Toda esta naturaleza es impredecible” (2012), released on cd. by international labels from Germany and Spain. In 2017 released his first album as GUAZÚ...