pop i rock  //  advanced pop-rock chacarera

Soon after the original lineup of Caníbala disbanded, the group’s composer and vocalist, Josele Sangüesa joined the African band Makumbe (whose members are from Ghana and Guinea) as a guitarist. This experience turned out to be a decisive influence behind Caníbala’s new repertoire, which fuses African, flamenco and Argentinian chacarera sounds with initially rock-based themes. Moreover, these musical discoveries were in perfect harmony with the individual development of each musician in the new lineup. Caníbala present their second album, Gol, a collection of twelve songs that take rock into unusual territory, stressing its African roots rather than its later North American reading. Here, then, are Negro rhythms in their original state, before they were processed in the prism of white music. Gol also features star guest appearances by the likes of Santiago Auserón (Juan Perro, Radio Futura) and Muchachito Bombo Infierno.


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