|Origin||Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|Years active||2003 – 2007|
Nicolás A. Alonso
Pablo G. Bracamonte
|Past members||Alejo U. Viola|
Leandro J. Potroel
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Turpentine was an indie/post-rock band from Buenos Aires, Argentina formed in 2003. 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.
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.
- Our Ways Back To Chaos (EP) (2005)
- Honey Births, A Salt Troupe (EP) (2006)
- Turpentine (EP) (2007)
- "Un torrente adolescente". Rolling Stone Argentina. Retrieved 3 March 2018.
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