Music, Noise, Ambient, Drone, Electronic, DIY
Cine Shampoo was a project created in 2008 by Matías Brunacci, Guido Flichman, Lucas Ledesma and Franco Caposoli. Their last performance was in 2010.
Created as a group of sonic exploration, Cine Shampoos sound-works were based on experimentation and unconventional ways of composing and making music.
Cine Shampoo's video compilation.
Cine Shampoo built very complex and chaotic music behaviors based on non-linear systems of interpretations.
Their sound could be assigned to many different genres, making it a difficult task to classify them.
We could say that their style was in between noise, experimental, glitch, industrial, harsh, drone and others, all of them related to free improvisation music movements.
Cine Shampoo has taken part in numerous festivals around Argentina such as:
Festival Enlaces, Ritmos Rotos, SirveVerse, ProbetaLab, Shared Canvas, Buenos Aires Folk, Killerdrumz and TDI Pulso among others.
Cine Shampoo used many different sound sources that merged analog and digital features, using conventional instruments such as guitars, keyboards or drums, and other unorthodox instruments like samplers, tape recorders, field recordings and feedback loops, with an always strong presence of synthesizers, oscillators and many electronic machines built by themselves.
This incursion into the DIY (Do It Yourself) and the Circuit Bending aesthethics was a fundamental part of their work over time.
Twenty-four albums were recorded in only two years. That makes an average of an album per month. Most of these recordings consisted of live sessions with no post production, editing or mastering at all, reflecting in a very precisely way the spontaneous, chaotic and fertile production of Cine Shampoo.