Flow

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Flow is one of the bands that possess the strongest personality in the Spanish musical scene. Since 1992 when they started to record their first EP for Elefant Records, the band has released albums and has performed concerts nonstop,which places them among the pioneer alternative bands of the Spanish scene together with Los Planetas, Sr. Chinarro and El Inquilino Comunista that revolutionized the independent musical scene in Spain.

Flow has recorded with elefant records (Headquake), acuarela (Artes Marcianas and Sensazione) and published their latest record with their own label, eureka. Sensazione was a sales hit and very much applauded by audiences; with “Lo Normal”, in 2006, a totally renewed Flow came back with a creativity that overflowed in many directions and with a certain classic flavour. This time, Flow have rushed headlong into adventure, and, in México they have composed, recorded and mixed “Echo en México” in just a month and a half. No doubt this is the most classic,accessible and brilliant record by Flow.

Discos

1. Cascadas 333
2.Prefiero Los Ángeles
3.Amor a Tientas
4. Tu Tiempo
5.Victoria
6. Azul Pacífico
7. La Flor del Tamarindo
8. Visiones
9. El Grito

"Echo en México" (eureka 2009)

Under the spectre of the songs steeped in  mexican tradition in confrontation with pop music, there is an underlying  character who plays the main role in most of the stories  belonging to the record: “I’m not in love with disorder but with  chaos”. The chaos that permeates feelings and  turns into songs is what  makes a much richer kaleidoscope of flavours and influences, a kaleidoscope over which the most popular emotion floats. No doubt this is the most classic,accessible and brilliant record  by Flow.


1. Date un Salto
2. ¿Sí o No?
3. Nos Separa un Taxi
4. Cras, cras, cras…
5. Siempre Alicia
6. Alma de Escarabajo
7. Trio La La La
8. Por L`Hopital
9. Se Va el Avión I
10. Se Va el Avión II
11. Se Va el Avión III

"Lo Nomal" (eureka 2006)

“Lo Normal” is everything but normal. It is an unexpected record, surprising and delightful, with an unprecedented discourse in the national independent  panorama. The comeback of Flow is a very personal trip through psychedelic music and escapist literature. Absolutely  pop songs recorded among old vinyl records and filled with  optimistic moments where we can find many references and above all the good taste that leaves behind strange dregs with a touch of magic. It has that surrealism typical of andalusian rock and as we all know there’s just one step between surrealism to psychedelia, a step that Flow can take with  the utmost normality


Vídeos

Cascadas 333

Directed by   Santiago Torres & Chechu Graff (thannks a lot!) postproduction – Guiye Comín;  Jefe Eléctrico – Miguel Udo; Eléctrico – Juan Martínez; Make-up – América alonso; Style – Rosario Vacas;Direction Assistant  – Juan Peña; Production – Tamara del Águila; Photo Still – Concha Vacas; appear: Rocío Barrio, Carmen Ayesta, Amelia Carvajal, Antonia Lucena, Fernando Solana, Lin Cortés and  Flow (Jose Ortega, Manuel Ramos, Juano Belmonte y Fernando Vacas) special thanks to: Catherine Puntas Badder (catering); Rafael Martorell (making of); Ana Espino (runner)

Amor a Tientas

Directed by   Santiago Torres & Chechu Graff (thanks a lot!) postproduction – Guiye Comín; Make-up – América alonso; Style – Rosario Vacas; Production – Tamara del Águila; Photo Still – Concha Vacas; appear: Rocío, Melba, Cristina y Fernando.