Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas

Present their new album
“La Humanidad o Nosotros”

Faithful in the style of IKV, in L.H.O.N. we find a disc that fuses Rock, Funk, Soul, Rap, the approach to the melody shows an evolution and maturation in the sounds as well as in the lyric of the 13 songs that compose it.
The album also has two great international collaborations: the multi-award winning Grammy, Natalia Lafourcade in “Ey Dios” and the renowned R & B singer, Miguel in “Estrella Fugaz”.

In this new album Dante Spinetta and Emmanuel Horvilleur return to their roots and take full control of the Production, as in their first albums “Chaco” – “Versus” – “Milk”. It was mixed in Los Angeles by the renowned engineer Rafa Sardine.

The album was recorded analogically, in open tape and with much emotional energy, next to its band in Diosa Salvaje y Avesexua Studios. With string arrangements by Claudio Cardone, who worked for many years with Luis Alberto Spinetta, recorded by the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra. The horn section was recorded in Minneapolis by the Horn Heads, who were part of Prince’s session, and arranged by Michael B Nelson.

The first advance of L.H.O.N. was the Video of the single “Gallo Negro” that had a massive response among fans, surpassing in only 5 days the million views, a notable number in Argentina. There was also a Short Film “Gallo Negro”, a super-production avant-garde of international level, faithful to IKV style that mixes music and cinema, revolutionizing the audiovisual concept in the music scene, achieving a nomination in the “Berlin Music Video Awards. ”

“Sigue”, their first official single, settled quickly on the radio and digital platforms becoming very soon a hit that has a soul of a classic.

Illya Kuryaki and The Valderramas
Illya Kuryaki and The Valderramas
Illya Kuryaki and The Valderramas
Illya Kuryaki and The Valderaamas

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Calle 28 Norte Mza 10, Lote 8,
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Playa del Carmen, Q.R.

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