Emilio Haro: kalimbafón
Gonzalo Córdoba: lap steel / guitarra barítono
Diego Voloschin: percusión
Facundo Gomes: guitarra eléctrica
Claudio Iuliano: bajo
Producido y mezclado por Emilio Haro en Radiaciones Armónicas (Buenos
Aires, Argentina 2018)
Grabado por Feco Escofet en Mawi (Ing. Maschwitz, Argentina 2017)
Masterizado por Takuto Kuratani en Ruv Bytes (Osaka, Japan 2018)
1, 3, 6, 7 por Emilio Haro
4 por Emilio Haro / Wenchi Lazo / Gonzalo Córdoba
5 por Emilio Haro / Gonzalo Córdoba
8 por Emilio Haro, Wenchi Lazo
2 por Clan Caiman
Portada por Ian Kornfeld
The music of Clan Caiman is primitive and hypnotic. It is located in the pre-rock era and from there, it proposes a different evolution path for music from the 1950s to present day. Like a different musical development in a parallel timeline. Gamelan, hawaiian music, surf, exotica, rainforest or aquatic; these elements make up the palette which constructs a mystic and profound music that seeks ancestral connection.
Formed in 2016 by musician, composer and producer Emilio Haro looking to create music generated by group dynamics, Clan Caiman differs from his past two solo albums (“Panorámico” in 2007 and “Estrambótico” in 2012, both on Radiaciones Armónicas) in that these were studio work and not meant to be played live.
The quintet's enigmatic sound is built upon the kalimbafón, an instrument created by Haro using several kalimbas, Diego Voloschin's wild and hypnotic percussion (no cymbals, no snare), Gonzalo Cordoba's lap steel and baritone guitar, Facundo Gomez's psychedelic guitar tones and Claudio Iuliano's dry and percussive bass sound.
This debut album contains eight anachronistic and oddly familiar compositions that range from introspection to trance, tracing their own sonic landscape.
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Nine tracks which defy Linnaean nomenclature; hurtling between vellum-thin ambient cuts and cataclysmic, Vorticist assemblies; heliotropic vocal samples, woven delicately between feldspathic percs. Sideman Deejay