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  • Writer's pictureKristine England


Duratierra calls Buenos Aires home. The group has been making music for over a decade and has a large following in South America. Comprised of vocalist Micaela Vita, guitarist Juan Pablo Saraco, Tomas Pagano on bass, Matías Zapata on an assortment of keyboards and drummer Nicolás Arroyo, the band has released several albums and EPs.

The first release was a collection of folk classics from the region entitled Floralia, issued in 2009. Enobra (2013) found the group recording its own compositions, while Cria followed in 2017. Cria boasted guest appearances by several well-known artists from all corners of the continent, including Raly Barrionuevo, Nadia Larcher and Noelia Recalde (Argentina), Andrés Perez Palmar (Venezuela), Joao Pedro Teixeira (Brazil), David Bedoya (Colombia) and the group Merkén (Chile).

Duratierra’s latest single, “Amigx,” was released in 2019.

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