Chris Isaak is the great rock troubadour of broken hearts. The heir of Roy Orbison. A musician with plenty of talent, charisma and image. Timeless. As if extracted from a parallel dimension. Or from one of those films with a magnetically surreal atmosphere made by his friend David Lynch. Gabriel Ríos, on the other hand, is a conjurer of sounds of Latin roots that he passes through a filter of spectral electronics, as if he also came from another unknown and seductive planet.
Californian Chris Isaak is a vocalist, songwriter and actor raised on the music of Roy Orbison, Elvis Presley, Eddie Cochran, Neil Diamond and other rock and roll legends. Talented, seductive and charismatic, the author of songs like "Blue Hotel", "Baby Did a Bad, Bad Thing", "Somebody's Crying", "Lie To Me" and albums like Silvertone (1985), Heart Shaped World (1989), San Francisco Days (1993) or Forever Blue (1995) manages to make each of his concerts a unique experience for the public, as if he were whispering in the ear of each of his audience. Nearly twenty albums, including studio works, live performances and Christmas albums, endorse him.
The Puerto Rican Gabriel Ríos has been living for more than two decades between Ghent (Belgium) and New York, modulating from a very singular angle a curious mixture of rock, electronic, hip hop and Latin sonorities. The distance covered since his debut with Ghostboy (2005), with the help of producer Jo Bogaert (Technotronic), until the recent Flore (2021), in which he pays his particular tribute to Latin American and Caribbean music (especially to the youth of his mother and grandfather), with the collaboration of Devendra Banhart, is enormous. Five albums that delimit an inimitable radius of action.
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