PK rocks in English, Spanish and Japanese, and transcends digital rock, pop, J-hop, and electronica. Their essence is an internationally flavored hedonism: a sexy and sophisticated expression that comes at you through irresistible beats and sublime sociopolitical lyrics.
The band began performing throughout Santiago in late 2006. It wasn’t long until they stamped their sound by winning Super45’s Best New Sound pick for 2007. This was only the beginning, with the band quickly releasing a five song demo and scoring the music for Transantiaguinos, a nationally broadcasted TV show for Canal13 based in Chile. The director of the series, Nicolás Lopez, also included one of PK’s songs in his movie soundtrack, Santos. In August 2009, the band released its debut album, Fiebre Tagadá, which was acclaimed as one of the most exciting Chilean releases of the year. Picnic Kibun (the feeling of picnic).
Former members include Blit and herbie west.
Complete album Fiebre Tagadá can be downloaded here, http://bit.ly/hPi654.
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