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Famasloop

Famasloop

Famasloop


Famasloop is an Electronic music band from Caracas, Venezuela. The band's members are Alain Gómez, Alejandro "Piti" González, Gabriel Millán and Rafael Urbina. The group's first album, Tres Casas, which was released in June 2006, experimented with Electronic music to integrate several genres such as Pop, Latin, Rock, Hip-Hop, Trip-Hop, Afro-Venezuelan, Classical, Hindu, Tango and Jazz. Tres Casas, which literally means Three Houses in Spanish Read more on Last.fm
Famasloop is an Electronic music band from Caracas, Venezuela. The band's members are Alain Gómez, Alejandro "Piti" González, Gabriel Millán and Rafael Urbina. The group's first album, Tres Casas, which was released in June 2006, experimented with Electronic music to integrate several genres such as Pop, Latin, Rock, Hip-Hop, Trip-Hop, Afro-Venezuelan, Classical, Hindu, Tango and Jazz. Tres Casas, which literally means Three Houses in Spanish, was released with a surrounding concept represented in the album's art and multimedia content, designed by the Venezuelan artist collective Keloide. Famasloop has described to the press that the album is divided into three houses, each one with a different theme (commercial, intellectual and spiritual).

All of these houses include a half-a-minute introductory Puerta (Spanish for door), and three songs, making a total of twelve tracks. The album received production and post-production guest contribution from well-known musicians, such as Tweety González (keyboardist of Fito Páez), Nené Vázquez (percussionist of Aterciopelados), Guille Vadalá (Bass guitarist of Fito Páez), Oswaldo Rodríguez (Sur Carabela) and more. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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