Rare Fish premieres “Oxido”

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As part of what will be their new album material.

The Argentine electronic rock duo, Rare Fishreleased his single “Oxide” as part of what will be their new album material. This It is the first preview that allows us to see what the new musical direction will be. Fast paced, fast coming, minimalist, pop and electronic. Rare Fishwith this premiere he shows us a new mask.

The launch came with a video clip directed by Michel Hamonet where we see the members of the duo plus some talents in repeated cuts that go to the rhythm of the song in a very Buenos Aires atmosphere and where little by little everything comes alive with the repetitive musical rhythm of the single.

After appearing for the first time at the Obra Stadiumfrom Buenos Aires on two dates with sold out tickets and second tour of Mexico opening the show The Dynamite in it Metropolitan Theaterthe duo made up of Lucio Consolo and Marco Viera They continue to position themselves on the Latin American scene with their particular style.

In addition to this, Rare Fish was recently confirmed as part of the line-ups of the next editions of Live Latino, Lollapalooza (Argentina) and Cosquin Rock.

This release comes after the premiere of “Live Illusions – live from C. Art Media” where his single is also found in collaboration with Thunder, “Hemlock” and from his latest EP Disconfiguration Vol.3.

Disconfiguration is the name with which Rare Fish presents his album remixes in EP format as interim releases between his full-length albums as a way to stay in touch with the purer electronic music scene.

Disconfiguration Vol.3 presents a deeper approach to the melodic techno scene, the prevailing sound of global electronics in recent years and is a symbolic closing of the stage Dogma of Rare Fish.

The remixes of Rare Fish They are a nocturnal look at studio songs, reinterpretations created for club nights and dance floors that on previous occasions have found a foothold on the decks of world-renowned DJs such as Hernan Cattáneo, Nick Warren and Tale Of Us among others.

The band, which already has a decade of experience, went through a year of great growth, participating in some of the most important festivals in Latin America and Europe. Double sold out in the Art Media Complex (CABA), a second tour through Mexico and a first and successful tour through Spain that took them to the strongest festivals of the summer such as Babel Riverwhere they shared the stage with artists of the stature of Jamiroquai, Southern Pyrenees, where they opened a show by the legendary Germans Kraftwerk, Crüilla, Bella, Low Sonorama among others and in venues such as Razzmatazz in Barcelona, ​​Spain with an unexpected sold out.

In 2023 they also published Dogma in vinyl format via Gonna Go Records and is available for purchase.


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