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Turpentine (band)

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Turpentine
OriginBuenos Aires, Argentina
GenresPost-hardcore
Post-rock
Indie rock
Noise rock
Years active2003 – 2007
Websiteturpenteam.bandcamp.com/
MembersAnabel Gorbatt
Nicolás A. Alonso
Pablo G. Bracamonte
Guido Coto
Past membersAlejo U. Viola
Leandro J. Potroel

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Turpentine was an indie/post-rock band from Buenos Aires, Argentina formed in 2003.[1] With lead singer and guitarist Anabel Gorbatt, bassist Pablo G. Bracamonte, guitarist Nicolás A. Alonso and drummers Leandro Potroel (2004–2006) and Guido Coto (2007) the band self-released three EPs, Our Ways Back To Chaos, Honey Births, A Salt Troupe, and an untitled last one (the three of them available online at their website). Turpentine officially announced their breakup in September 2007 and a final show was scheduled for October 2007.

Sound[edit | edit source]

Their sound can be described as post-rock with elements of noise rock, influenced by bands such as Unwound, Mogwai and Sonic Youth. Although from a Spanish speaking country, their lyrics are sung in English.

Discography[edit | edit source]

  • Our Ways Back To Chaos (EP) (2005)
  • Honey Births, A Salt Troupe (EP) (2006)
  • Turpentine (EP) (2007)

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Un torrente adolescente". Rolling Stone Argentina. Retrieved 3 March 2018.

External links[edit | edit source]


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