Pablo Schvarzman (formely El Cholo) is currently working on their third album release, deeply influenced by South American folklore and the electronic grooves. His last album "Madre Fucking Patrias" shows in terms of breackbeat, downtempo, tango, folklore, flamenco even drum & bass and experimental noise, battles and loves between his roots: organic-electronics, Barcelona-Buenos Aires, Argentina-Spain, South America-Europe.
Some of his tracks were compiled and included in Tango Club -Outcast / Emi-(London-UK)
Elevage Tango Sessions -Ultrapop- (Buenos Aires- Argentina), the documentary “Brown is the New Green” for the PBS by Phillip Rodriguez (Los Angeles-USA). Futurismo Latino (Spain) and Radio Chango 7 años Añejo Reserva (Spain).
Guitarist, singer, programmer sequences, producer, manipulative effect live Pablo Schvarzman has worked with artists such as Axel Krygier, Dani Macaco, Wagner Pa, Shuarma (ex Elefantes) Enrique Bunbury, Dafnis Prieto, Agustí Fernandez, Gary Willis, WTF Jam Sessions, Llibert Fortuny, Raynald Colom, Juanlu Canijo (formerly Ojos de Brujo now Calima), Marcelo Mercadante, Dick El Demaciado, Fernando Samalea, among others.
Also, Pablo Schvarzman talk and write about new music and the internet world at the word-latin music web/radio GladysPalmera's program/blog The Insider.
When he was 14, he used to destroy cassette players to find the conections to plug a 3 string guitar (strings were expensive to him, and he boiled it to make it "new" again). Also, he used to glue some pieces of tape to make loops to play over. He used to sings Spinetta songs as well.
20 years later, he used to make experimental music recording musicians alive with a 4 track foster machine (rewind and play like a delayed sampler) feedbacking it, and pass it throw a copycat tape delay with a extended tape, guitar pedals and home made devices. He loved getting musicians play with themselves.
Now he've got a computer and a amazing, young, virtuous, crazy band… They love Dirty Projectors, Atahualpa Yupanki, John Cage, Soul Coughing, Battles,
Amon Tobin, Lisandro Aristimuño, The Books, Moreno Veloso, Arvo Pärt, Marc Ribot, Juana Molina…
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