Silos Camp Music Inspires from South of the World Band Releases Four New Multifaceted Tracks

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Silos Camp Music

Silos Camp Music

Santiago, Chile-based band Silos Camp recently released four remarkable music tracks which speak to the band members’ experience and musical prowess from a modern perspective. Listeners who are privileged enough to experience the sounds of Silos Camp will be truly in awe of the band’s ability to capture a variety of styles and convey them to the masses with the greatest level of professionalism. Silos Camp makes enjoying music easy, but on the other side of the playlist is evidence of meticulous artistry and intricacies that cannot be duplicated.

Though the band is relatively new, their latest track releases indicate a lengthy relationship with music and vast breadth of influences. While Silos Camp may just be rising to prominence as a new collaboration, it is certain the band will become a household name. Not only have the members developed names for themselves individually around their homebase in Chile, but it is also indisputable that the band will leave a global footprint in music that will transcend time and geographic borders.

As we examine four tracks from Silos Camp, we reveal just a few of the distinct elements that are likely to echo among fans both new and old. It is not often that a single band can provide such a wide range of sounds in just short time, however Silos Camp does exactly that.

The first track that we had the opportunity to listen to is “Le petit train bleu”. Silos Camp’s performance delivers distinct folk sounds on this particular song.  The song title which translates to “the little blue train” in French sheds light on the band’s global reach. The track offers listeners a diverse range of refreshing melodies and adoring harmonies. The song catchy and will resonate with fans of country and rock.

The following song, “Your Fate” is certain to be a fan favorite with its driving essence and retro nuances. “Your Fate” is a beautifully composed arrangement which consists of elegant chords, subtle percussion and soothing vocals. Silos Camp gives an epic performance, creating a luscious soundscape. The production is rich in emotive guitar riffs and moving bass.

Another track that strikes a chord is titled “The Perfect Way”. The song is reminiscent to the Beatles as it delivers a myriad of stylistic elements while fusing together classic and modern influences. Silos Camp however, have create their own lane through a contemporary lens. “The Perfect Way” is accented by an infectious score which is both dynamic and remarkable. The guitar-driven track also encompasses distinct piano chords and even at times edgy bass. Songwriting on “The Perfect Way” is poetic and powerful much like the previous cuts while also creating an experience that listeners can relate to with ease.

Finally, “Feel Dusk” offers a slightly different vibe with a rougher edge. Though the song provides its share of subtleties in terms of tempo, the shredding chords in the arrangement are unmistakable, as is the distinct clave rhythm which can be heard faintly in the background. “Feel Dusk” is a sultry sounding song with a rebellious rock flair. The song is arranged flawlessly as with the previous tracks and in addition, it delivers a rather cinematic feel. “Feel Dusk” was by far our favorite song, check out the band’s music video for the song below…

Check out the music video for Silo Camp “Feel Dusk” on YouTube.

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Silo Camp is evidently on the cutting-edge with their unique sound and impressive performance. Music fans will revel in the hybridization of styles and influences which range from rock to folk, country and alternative and beyond. Fans can expect to delve into unforgettable performances while engaging with multiple layers of instrumentation and formidable musicianship.

Silos Camp Band

Based in Santiago, Chile, Silos Camp was formed in early 2017 and consists of members Diego Cárdenas (guitar, vocals, keyboards), and Gustavo Calderón (percussion and bass). The duo played together in the bast as part of different bands in Chile. Silos Camp works out of their own home studio to produce their own music with the assistance of studio sessionist friends, creative designers and filmmakers. Learn more about Silos Camp by following the links below.

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