The Rolling Stones – Living in a Ghost Town
Sounds like: the real funk-stone
Ideal for: a film post-apocalyptic
Just a few days after his memorable presentation via streaming in the framework of One World: Together at Home, The Rolling Stones is back in the news in times of pandemic. “The Stones were in the studio recording new material before the quarantine, and this song, ‘Living In A Ghost Town’, we think that would resound in the times in which we live,” said Mick Jagger in his account of Instagram. “Life was so beautiful / After all we shut ourselves up / Feel like a ghost living in a ghost town”, sings Jagger with on a basis of cut-funk mid-tempo indestructible lineage stone. This is the first new song of the English group in eight years, after the “Doom and Gloom” and “One More Shot” published in his compilation album 2012,
Travis Scott and Kid Cudi – The Scotts
Sounds like: trap dystopian
Ideal for: an online game
“The Scotts”, the new track from Travis Scott along with Kid Cudi was presented just a few hours of Astronomical, their historic show through Fortnite -the popular video game, Epic Games – which gathered more than 12 million players online. The song, as part of a grand strategy of marketing and sales (are now available a large variety of products in relation to the event and the simple, including a vinyl 7″ and 12″), means the first collaboration of the duo in four years. In 2016, had joined together to record the song from Scott’s “Through The Late-Night disc
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, and that same year they recorded together in the song of Cudi, “Baptized In Fire” from the album
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Like No Te Va Gustar – Other songs live in Latin america
Sounds like: an exercise of memory
Ideal for: yearn to live music
Last year, in the midst of celebrations for its 25-year track record, like No Te Va Gustar embarked on a tour of the acoustics of more than one hundred concerts in different theatres of the continent, as at the Auditorio Nacional del Sodre in Montevideo, el Teatro Gran Rex of Buenos Aires or the Metropolitan Theater of Mexico City.
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it compiles the highlights of the tour, between versions unplugged classics like “So far away” and “The only voice”, or pieces little revised within the catalog of the group as “Just your mouth” or My “insane”. The only cover listing is a version of “Tea For Three”, recorded in Buenos Aires on August 11, the day that Gustavo Cerati had a birthday.
Cazzu – Bonus Trap
Sounds like: a set of accounts
Ideal for: your playlist of trap local
As the closure of the creative stage in which he conceived
their first album released last year, Cazzu launches
, an EP of three songs composed during a trip to Colombia late last year and worked alongside the producer Yael Gonzalez. In addition to “Bounce”, a trap dark of metrics fast, and lyrically challenging, are included as a “Corner”, its simple together with Noriel and Eladio Carrion, and “I prefer me”, track shared next to the puerto rican Myke Towers, which is accompanied by an animated video created and produced in times of quarantine under the direction of Cazzu, Augustine Sartori and Dario Vilanova Dopamine FX.
The Tabaleros feat. Los Auténticos Decadentes – Daemon Paraguayan
Sounds like: chacarera punk
Ideal for: the desktop of a roast
Recorded last year on the stage at the Konex, “the Devil Paraguayan” means the second installment of a series of live versions of the group recorded and filmed during their show called “A night at the hidden paradise”, along with different artists such as the Mono de Kapanga, Femigangsta and Caligaris, among others. In this opportunity, accompanied by Los Auténticos Decadentes, the band from buenos aires city traditional folklore works, a reinterpretation with the air of chacarera punk of the song included in his album
Alicia Keys – Good Job
Sounds like: ballad pandemic
Ideal for: the applause of the 21
The new advancement of the seventh album of Alicia Keys, a ballad intimate piano composed with her husband Swizz Beatz, is dedicated to all the “heroes invisible” to fight against the Coronavirus. “Whether you’re on the front lines in hospitals, balancing work, family, education at home, delivering mail, packages or food, or confronting other personal difficulties by the COVID-19, I know what you feel. You are recognized, loved and appreciated,” said Keys. While the song initially sought to vindicate the struggle of the unsung heroes in their private lives, Keys to the resignificó in times of pandemic and now it will be used by the signal CNN as part of a new campaign, CNN Heroes.
Mr. Flavio – You know
Sounds like: reggae beach
Ideal for: dream holiday
Since his retirement at the edge of the Atlantic, to the south of Mar del Plata, Flavio Cianciarulo regrabó with his family “You know”, the hit paternalistic Cadillacs included in
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his ninth studio album, released in 1999. “I congratulate you is a girl,” sings Mr. Flavio in this version in the key of reggae beach, along with Astor Cianciarulo on bass, Jay Cianciarulo on guitar and the Tano Cock Cianciarulo in battery. The proceeds for the song will be donated, together with Red Solidaria and John Carr, at the Home The Way Cura Brochero.
Texts by Juan Barberis