Argentinean five-piece techno/pop project Altocamet was formed in Mar del Plata in the late '90s by guitarist Adrián Valenzuela, singer Mariana Monjeau, percussionist Pedro Moscuzza, bass/guitar player Guillermo Piacenza, and bassist Rubén Kain.
Focused on ambient, trip-hop, and drum'n'bass styles, the band's debut album, called Veladabristolcasino, was produced by Julián Sanza. In addition, AltoCamet participated in a Buenos Aliens compilation, followed by Nuovo Mondo and 2000's Viernes, released by Fénix Discos, with Charly García's "Viernes 3 A.
M." Adrián Canu Valenzuela: voice, acoustic guitar, sampler…Ignacio Giobellina: electric guitarLucía Gasparini: chorusMariana Monjeau: keyboard and sampler Pedro Moscuzza: drumsRubén Kain: bass and keyboardDiscography:Velada Bristol Casino, 1998Pasión descalza (maxi), 1999Astordisco (single), 1999Valeria del mar (maxi), 2001Pasión descalza (maxi), 2001Manzana de metal, 2001Manzana de metal remix, 2003En el parque (EP), 2006En el parque (remixes x Canu), 2007
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