Carlos areces y aníbal gómez

Carlos areces y aníbal gómez

musica

ojete calor – agapimú ft. ana belén

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An absolutely unrelated session. A totally nostalgic session. A decidedly eclectic session, where any group or genre can be played, from grunge to acid house, from italiodisco to techno-pop, without forgetting rancheras. Carlos Areces and Aníbal Gómez come to the Razz to make carnival, but not as Ojete Calor, but to play songs of others, this crazy hodgepodge of styles without rhyme or reason where Trini and Bon Jovi coexist happily.

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carlos areces & aníbal gómez dj set la3

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An absolutely unrelated session. A totally nostalgic session. A decidedly eclectic session, where any group or genre can be played, from grunge to acid house, from italiodisco to techno-pop, without forgetting rancheras. Carlos Areces and Aníbal Gómez come to the Razz, but not as Ojete Calor, but to play tracks by others, this crazy hodgepodge of styles without rhyme or reason where Trini and Bon Jovi happily coexist.

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people who mimic accents badly

ANÍBAL: We are very eclectic, we can play The Bloody Beetroots and then Julio Iglesias. But of course, it’s all hits. We have a very developed party sense, even though sometimes we feel closer to the old lady from Solas than to Avicii. If we’re going to be playing for people who have gone dancing, it doesn’t make sense to play B-sides or those tracks that many djs play to show off and that nobody knows. That’s not nice. The experimental stuff should be saved for when you’re in the privacy of your room with your cat.

CARLOS: I thank you for the comparison, although it would have been more flattering without the laughter afterwards. To be called Alex or Pedro is very nice, but it is much nicer to call them by their first name when answering an interview. This way, when people read you, they think: «damn, how you call them by their first name, how confident you are with them», and you let them see that there is a very close relationship, which always adds points in front of the gallery. Never miss the opportunity to pose.

interview with carlos areces and aníbal gómez djs (más rápido)

Surely you know Carlos Areces and Anibal Gómez from La Hora Chanante, Muchachada Nui… and especially from Ojete Calor. Subnopop was born with them, although as they admit, there are many more who could be included in this category. Some of their songs you will never forget after listening to them: «0,60», «Cuidado con el cyborg», «Viejoven»…

Xavi Daura and Esteban Navarro, both born in Barcelona in 1985, form Venga Monjas. Heirs of the most funny humor they started uploading videos to Youtube back in 2006, since then they have not stopped growing and have already worked with artists such as Nacho Vigalondo, Miguel Noguera, Muchachada Nui, David Pantaleón, Jordi Costa, Toni Segarra… gaining the attention of major media such as television and radio.

I finished Journalism and I don’t know what for. I try to run C’Mon Murcia without dying in the attempt. Sometimes I try to take pictures. And others to write. You’ll also find me behind the social networks. All this used to be a field.