THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3
SODRE NATIONAL AUDIT
Dinamita & La Swing Factory has been giving the Uruguayan rock a decade that has a direct connection to the Rolling Stones school, that band Pereda himself could approach in February 2016, when he shared a meeting with Mick Jagger Candombero at the house of the musician and luthier Fernando "Lobo" Nuñez.
Since its inception, Pereda has chosen to bring out the most traditional streak of rock in a scene that has not developed that sound so much, and has made riffs, guitars and pulse stone its toolbox, with which it builds its songs. His music ventures into different styles of American roots, always from a classic, relaxed rock approach, which refers above all to the records that were created between the sixties and seventies, full of leading guitars and an irresistible groove.
These 10 years will bring new material, and the video clip of "Hiding the sun" is just a first preview of what comes from the training completed by Josefina Pereda on vocals and piano, Javi González on guitar, Juan Mucho Correa on bass, Esteban López on drums and Marcelo Castro on percussion.