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Balc​ó​n India

by Los Autonautas

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Distancias 02:43
Controfatto 06:08
Tronador 05:58
Luna 01:29
Rima 02:52


Los Autonautas came together after a private concert in Argentina featuring New York-based musicians Daniele Germani (alto sax, originally from Italy) and Juan Chiavassa (drums, originally from Argentina) and Buenos Aires-based Lucas Goicochea (alto sax), Juan Bayon (bass), and Nathaniel Edelman (piano). From the first moment playing together, the chemistry among the musicians was so strong that on the they immediately decided to record an album to document their fortuitous meeting. The resulting album, Balcón India, includes compositions from each individual musician plus a classic by Sonny Rollins, but it’s really in the collective performance that the sparks really fly. Sometimes great music collaborations develop over many years, and sometimes, like in the case of Los Autonautas, they happen in an instant. Lucky for the musicians and listeners, the mics were hot and the tape (or its digital equivalent) was running when the magic happened. Members of Los Autonautas have worked with jazz luminaries including John Patitucci, Terence Blanchard, Kenny Werner, Bob Moses, Pablo Ziegler, Danilo Perez, Joe Lovano, Dave Douglas, Dave Kikoski and Tim Berne.

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released June 17, 2019

Daniele Germani - Alto sax
Lucas Goicoechea - Alto Sax
Nataniel Edelman - Piano
Juan Bayón - Double Bass
Juan Chiavassa - Drums
November 20th 2018
Estudio Libres (Buenos Aires) by Gonzalo Manco
Mixed and mastered at Estudio Doctor F (Buenos Aires) by Florencio Justo
Art work - Lía Rivera Flaviá


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Los Autonautas New York, New York

The music recorded for this occasion comprises tunes by all members of the band, reinforcing one of the first elements we come across while listening, ritual celebration. There is not too much room for fragmented multiculturalism, on the contrary a strong sense of unity arises. Unity in rhythm and intensity, sound exploration and the ongoing visceral dance of this music. ... more

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