San Telmo Lounge
San Telmo Lounge
In September 2003, after signing a contract with the label EPSA, they successfully launch their first EP "McDougall Tango" in a mega event at Abasto shopping mall in the city of Buenos Aires. During 2004 they make presentations in several places, such as the VI Buenos Aires Festival Tango and different commercial events. In the middle of 2004, after Julia Peralta leaves the group, the bandoneon player Pablo Gaitán joins them, with whom they record the full record "Madrugada en Backcelonia". This material, brought out all over the country and outside it by Epsa Music in February 2005, makes them one of the main references of the electrotango move both national and internationally.
During 2005 and 2006, with the definitive inclusion of Lucas Polichiso in keyboards and Maxi Nattalutti in violin, they have performed in important events like VII the Buenos Aires Festival Tango, Series at Notorius CD Bar, Evento Código País (Bs As), Hard Rock Café (Bs As), Chacarerean Teatre (Bs As), CC Torcuato Tasso (Bs As) and different places of the milongas circuit in Buenos Aires and overseas. By mid October 2007 they publish their third work "ELECTROCARDIOTANGO". This material shows a turn towards the format of the instrumental song, reasserting the adjustment richness of their previous works and incorporating the voices of Lidia Borda and Sandra Corizzo, as guest artists. This material published by Epsa Music continues to propose the fusion of tango with different subgenres from the "rock" and the electronics, showing a great composition and performance soundness and receiving the praises of the specialized press and the public in general. Formation: Martin Delgado: Guitar, composition and arrangements Pablo Gaitán: Bandoneon Lucas Polichiso: Keyboards Maximiliano Natalutti: Violín Discography: 2003: "McDougall Tango" 2004: "Madrugada en Backcelonia" 2007: "Electrocardiotango" Official website: www.santelmolounge.com.ar Read more on Last.fm.
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