MP3 Satélite - Ilumina
Komplettes MP3 Album von SatÃ©lite
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Radio-friendly songs that move freely between noirish electronica and alterna-pop.
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"With radio-friendly songs that move freely between noirish electronica and alterna-pop, SatÃ©lite could be the U.S. Latin Alternative surprise of 2001."
- CMJ New Music Report
SatÃ©lite burst onto the Latin Alternative music scene in 1998. Rick Deliz, a successful guitarist from Puerto Rico who had toured with Latin stars Christian Castro, Pastilla, El Vez, Lysa Flores, and Sergio Arau, formed the band with US-born vocalist Jamie Perlman, ex-singer of the Argentine outfit Rip. Perlman enjoyed a successful career in Argentina following the release of "Papa Inflable" (1995, Resiste! Records). The pair then recruited Argentine drummer Ronnie Buder (ex-Radio Kaos), and Mexican bassist, MoisÃ©s Baqueiro (also of LA’s BayÃº), to complete the lineup.
In May of 2000 SatÃ©lite was awarded "Independent Band of the Year" at the ASCAP Latin Music Awards, thereby solidifying its reputation as a powerful new voice on the scene. Their participation in the prestigious SXSW 2000 Music Conference held in Austin, Texas also earned them accolades as the only Latin Alternative Rock act featured in the ASCAP industry showcase. Throughout its career, SatÃ©lite has shared the stage with international acts from both sides of the border, capturing the attention of both the industry and mainstream press. In addition, they have earned critical acclaim from publications such as La Banda Elastica, Â¡Boom!, LA Times, SF Bay Guardian, Pulse Latino, ASCAP Playback, Al Borde, LA’s Spanish-language newspaper, La OpiniÃ³n, and the English-language music industry journal, CMJ.
Known for their energetic live shows, the LA-based quartet has cultivated a strong fan base in the US and Puerto Rico, where they toured twice last year to promote their participation in the "Hijos de Borinquen" compilation. The band was also featured in a commercial for the fast food chain Carl’s Jr.’s, which aired regionally in 20 markets in 2001.
ILUMINA, the band’s debut release on Satelitemusica Records, was produced by Justin Smith and SatÃ©lite’s Perlman. The album contains ten tracks, featuring remixes by NORTEC act Terrestre and Mexican electronica bands Kinky and NiÃ±o Astronauta. Highlights include the first single, "Esta Vez", in "organik" and "elektronik" versions, the college radio hit "Cuerpos Ambiguos", the vibrant, techno-driven "Lucir", and LA club favorite "La Sangre" (a Spanish-language cover of "The Blood", from legendary 80’s British rock band The Cure).