Mecánico ends the hiatus with ‘Dos Cordilleras’

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Seven years seemed like an eternity, but we finally have new material from the Chileans.

Through social networks it has been revealed to us that Mechanicis back with his new album called Two mountain ranges, material that crowns the work done over the last few years and that confirms his return to the Latin music scene, which is available from this moment on all digital platforms.

This work seeks to experiment with a soft but at the same time energetic sound that goes hand in hand with electronic textures dominated by synthesizers that harmonize a unique sensory experience. He also focuses on creating trans-Andean bridges that unite Chilean music with Argentine talent, to culminate in an extrasensory experience that delivers seven collaborative tracks in which they participated. 1915, Island Women, Goyo Degano of Bandalos Chinese, Surfers of the System, Laser Rays, Delfina Campos and Telescopes.

With this release, Mechanic They are ready to resume from where they left off seven years ago and have no intention of stopping again, 2024 will be an incredible year for them and without a doubt they will fill all the rooms where they perform.

If you are a fan of synths, energetic rhythms and looking to dance, Mechanic It’s your new favorite band so run and listen Two Mountain Rangesdon’t wait 7 years so press play and add it to the playlist of your life.


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