Dica preciosa dada pelo comparsa Thiago Altafini da Travelling Wave, uma verdadeira ode nonsense de noise, kraut, pos punk, e pós industrial vindo diretamente de Lima, Peru, o nome desta atrocidade barulhenta é Liquidarlo Celuloide.
Se o APTBS evoca o caos, o Liquidarlo Celuloide sepulta dos as esperanças de felicidade e bem estar.
Em um mix insano de Killing Joke, NEU!, Wire, Ministry e o que mais você entender de desconstrução musical acredite que encaixara perfeitamente no antítese da música chamada Liquidarlo Celuloide
Vértigo Magnético de 2014 deve ser obrigatório em sua coleção, salvo se você for um indie kid adepto de fofurices pops, daí meu caro, sai fora que o Liquidarlo Celuloide não servira pra você.
***** Interview with Liquidarlo Celuloide *****
Q. When did Liquidarlo Celuloide started, tell us about the history...
1. Liquidarlo Celuloide started in 2003 as a one-person project by Juan Diego Capurro (keyboards and effects). After releasing two LPs of home recordings he decided to expand it to a band format, adding a guitar player and a drummer. After multiple personnel changes and releases we've established ourselves on a classic guitar/bass/drums/keyboards rock setup which manages to rock without playing proper rock music. Our new record, "Vértigo Magnético" is a good display of what we currently sound like.
Q: Who are your influences?
2. The four of us are pretty compulsive when it comes to music, so our influences include but are not limited to Sonic Youth, Throbbing Gristle, Black Sabbath, Slayer, Melvins, Can, Neu!, PiL, Killing Joke, Wire, Ministry, Talking Heads, Swans, Babasónicos, Primal Scream, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Dead Skeletons, Jesus Lizard, Deerhunter, Devo, etc., etc., etc.
Q. Make a list of 5 albuns of all time…
3. After throwing punches to each other's faces over this, we've agreed on these five records:
Miles Davis - Bitches Brew,
Killing Joke - Revelations,
Sonic Youth - Bad Moon Rising,
Ministry - Psalm 69
and Primal Scream - XTRMNTR.
Q. How do you feel playing live?
4. Playing live is definitely the peak moment for us as a band. A band that plays together, stays together. Since our song structures allow us to extend or shrink a few specific sections depending on our particular moods, it's always fun to see where the music will lead us each time we play. It's always different, and always enjoyable.
Q. How do you describe Liquidarlo Celuloide sounds?
5. The first LPs were pretty lo-fi experimental recordings. Subsequent LPs added a tinge of metal and a lot of industrial influences, and by now I'd say we'd evolved into a neat little psychedelic, danceable post-punk act.
Q: Tell us about the process of recording the songs ?
6. The songs are always recorded live by the four of us in the same room. We feel that helps preserving the energy we generate when we play together. There's a few songs which are completely worked out by the time we record, and when we improvise during a recording session we're always thinking that a proper song should emerge from that, so our working method does run the gamut from rigurous composition to anything-goes improv.
Q. Which new bands do you recommended?
7. Not that they're really that new, but The Horrors, Mueran Humanos, The Soft Moon, Thee Oh Sees, Total Control, Arca, and our own Registros Akásicos.
Q: Which band would you love to made a cover version of?
8. We were comissioned to do a version of a Silver Apples song called "You And I", which came out pretty good, and our drummer Alfonso is always up for a good Slayer version. Other than that, cover songs don't really interest us, as we feel we have enough to say on our own words.
Q: What´s the plans for future....
9. Immediate plans are playing anytime, anywhere. This includes 3 dates in Argentina next april. We hope to be recording new material before the end of the year for a new record.
Q: Any parting words?
10. Thank you for the interest in our music, we hope to be able to see you very soon! Saúde!