Benito Cerati without fear of the Coronavirus presented UNISEX in the Vive Latino 2020


Benito Cerati is the famous son of singer Gustavo Cerati, who, since the music has sought to curtail the emotions that move and shape their identity, a character in which there is no repetition of formulas, in order to be happy.

Without a doubt, Benedict is always related in some way with the legacy of his father, Gustavo Cerati, but has tried to push his interests sound so independent as they choose by their own instincts that have been positioned as an explorer, willing to freedom and away from the labels.

The tour Unisex that gives title to her third studio album of his project Zero Kill Benito Cerati considers that this album has been quite significant to assert his style, that while he has navigated between influences of indie and rock, has also given way to concerns of industrial overtones with the Spanish and touches of English as a letter of introduction at the international level.

The musical proposal of Benito Cerati

“In Unisex take ink of what they were doing before, when we recorded an album, we limit ourselves to listen to certain things to know that, take out more references of the alternative rock that had not been built before and now got genres such as industrial, something more varied and aggressive.”

With his arrival in Mexico, Benito showcases the vision that you have of the industry and how to live in it without being pressed by the rhythms of fashion or the expectations of others, for there may well be rooted in fora intimate and small in Argentina, or exploring new cities such as Guadalajara, where recently he played at the Café Bretón and kicked off his tour in Mexico, or also face without fear of mass monsters such as the Vive Latino for the first time, as he has already done so in scenarios such as the Cosquin Rock.

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It should be noted that a surname with the musical history is not blind to Benito Cerati of the complexities that a band like Zero Kill should be overcome in the Southern Cone, especially in Argentina, a country where economic crises, political and social-have been present and have filled in the trimming of budgets and options for a sound project achieved to consolidate it with strength both in local and in international.