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NEWS!

   UPCOMING GIGS:

 

NEW COMPILATION!

@April2018

SYNTHWAVE VOL I, a compilation by Aztec Records (UK) including our song 'Cruzando el Puente' is now available on all platforms. The relase features major Synthwave acts from around the globe, such as Futurecop, NINA, Parallels, and many more.

 

 

 

 

NEW COMPILATION!

@December2017

UNIVERSE > SPIRIT, a Depeche Mode compilation curated and released by German electro blog-zine Electrozombies including our version of Delta Machine's 'Angel' is now available on Spotify.

 

 

 

 

 

 

OUR NEW ALBUM IS OUT!

@August2017

HUMANUM, our beloved 4th album is now available  on digital stores and streaming sites!!

Buy/Listen at:

Bandcamp/Spotify/iTunes/GooglePlay and many more!


 

 

 

 

 

 

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What they say about HUMANUM! @2017    +

 

THE ELECTRICITY CLUB (UK - September/2017)

"Although South America isn’t usually the  prime  source of cream of electronica, there are gems, hidden in the depths of the Latin lands, and Argentina shines through with the example of COSAQUITOS EN GLOBO.
(…) the listener can’t have enough of the clear voice and scrumptious synthesised power pop, bearing the resemblance to the highly charged tracks of BERLIN (…) It is time this undiscovered gem got unearthed. Argentina has it going on in the synth world, and COSAQUITOS EN GLOBO have it going on in bunches.

‘Humanum’ is deliciously electronic, wonderfully melodic and wholesome. Don’t understand Spanish? It matters not: the music speaks many languages and transcends many meanings. This stuff is good”.

Revista The 13th (ARGENTINA - September/2017) “(...) We found a mature album, thought, from the start with 'Cruzando el Puente' something different in Cosaquitos, much more secure and sure of what they are looking for in terms of sound... A duet that grows album after album by betting on the least likely and less comfortable path. Without a doubt the most compact disc of the band."  SYNTH.nu (SWEDEN - September/2017) “(...) The strength is that they consistently deliver strong melodies that make me want to listen to the album, over and over again. Humanum may be one of the year's most surprising electropop albums and I really hope the duo continues to bid more on this product." Rocktails (ARGENTINA) October-/2017) “Cosaquitos en Globo have a new album: Humanum. And it's a chant to pop electricity, a logic follow up of that excellent Asimetricos (2014). With great songs and an even more organic and vibrant sound, it is one of those you can’t miss of 2017 (…)”

 

 

 

WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT ASIMETRICOS @2014

INROCKUPTIBLES (ARGENTINA/September, 2014) "The dark electropop of this trio works like a double-edged knife: it is engaging enough to keep the dance floor lit up, while experimenting with the rough textures of keyboardist Sebastian Cordoves (who builds his own synthesizers) and the cryptic lyrics of singer Maru Pardo Saguier. The guitar of Diego Lopez gives the final touch to define the rock 'ish' sound of the band." LA RAZON (ARGENTINA/August, 2014) “The electropop band presents their third album with songs built around synthetic sounds and dance grooves (...) Twelve tracks ranging from the dance, obscure and melancholic approach, to the unraveling rage. ”  23 MAGAZINE (ARGENTINA/July, 2014) “ASIMETRICOS is a clear example of how electronic music can build dynamic and engaging textures when working towards and as nuclear part of mature compositions.

Maru Pardo Saguier's voice, warm and powerful, could sing zambas, blues or any other slow moving and profound thing. She is responsible for writing the lyrics, which are another highlight for her images, some confessional tone and a 'rock-like' lyricism.

Sebastian Cordoves builds the whole thing from his synths with a full understanding of the tradition of the genre and and foot always willing to take the next step. Diego Lopez brings rock, funky and space guitars (...)” LA POP LIFE (MEXICO/June, 2014) “Owners of a personal sound (...) Cosaquitos sounds Pop, but with the power and energy of Rock.

Their melodies are extremely attractive and all their work has an aura of sophistication that separates them from most synthpop projects that have been growing in Argentina. Simon Reynolds would probably have to include them into his "Sofisti-POP" tag if he knew them!" VINTECH (SPAIN/June, 2014) “ASIMETRICOS is now available. An album with lots of personality, full of synthetic sounds and powerful lyrics. And they do not lack energy, this trio. We are in front of a group that has grown after their 2011 European tour, in which they made the Catwalk Club of Barcelona vibrate.

They propose a very exquisite synthpop, supported by the fact that Sebastian builds his own synthesizers, which gives them a very personal sound that blends perfectly with the lyrics and voice of Maru and the powerful guitars. KILLERRR (GERMANY/June, 2014) “The album consists of twelve solid songs in terms of sound and expressiveness, covering sensations ranging from the dark and danceable ‘Domino’ and ‘Donde Voy’, to the melancholy of ‘Fuego en Marte’, ‘Lost in This World’ and ‘Under All’, or the unraveling rage of ‘Disconnected’ and ‘Tras De Mi’ ”.

 

 

 

 A SHORT TALK ABOUT THE INSPIRATION THAT DROVE

 US TO MAKE HUMANUM

 

 

NEWS from LONDON! COSAQUITOS on VINYL!

 

Our beloved song, 'Fantasy' has just been released on vinyl as part of amazing UK compilation Synth Wave Vol. 1, Electro London Records first born baby.
The Vinyl is now available on many UK stores. For those from outside, there's always Amazon :)
Join and enjoy the Synth Wave!

 

Where to buy!

Amazon (Global Mail Order) / Juno (London Mail Order) / HMV (UK Nationwide) / Rough Trade (London) / Rye Way (London) / Norman Records (Leeds) / 586 (Newcastle) / Hot Salvation (Folkestone)  Ignite (Birmingham) / Mound (Edinburgh) / ... and many more!

 

 

'Lost in this World' included into German 'Electrozombies' compilation

 

Celebrating their 5th Anniversary, German blog ELECTROZOMBIES has just released a compilation including our song 'Lost in This World'.

The compilation features excellent electropop bands, including the Australian electro act Parralox.

You can free download the compilation by clicking into de cover:

 

 

 

 

NEW VIDEOCLIP: LOST IN THIS WORLD

We are happy to announce that 'Lost in this World' videoclip is now available to watch and share with the world.

The song is extracted from Asimetricos, our album released in 2014.
Hope you enjoy it!

 

 

LOST IN THIS WORLD  EP - FREE DOWNLOAD!!!!

 

The third (and last) EP extracted from Asimetricos, our third album -released in 2014-, is now available for FREE DOWNLOAD.

 

LOST IN THIS WORLD EP includes:

> Lost in This World (Original Mix)

> intermitencia (Zenitram Richter Remix)

> Under All (Dr. Benway Remix)

 

 

(click on the image to download)

 

ASIMETRICOSEUROTOUR2015.DOC!

You can now have a glimpse of our recent tour over Berlin and Madrid, registered by our friends from Ciners.
We had so much fun, and looking forward to do it again!

 

FUEGO EN MARTE  EP - FREE DOWNLOAD!!!!

 

The second EP extracted from Asimetricos, our new album, is now available for FREE DOWNLOAD.

 

FUEGO EN MARTE EP includes:

> Fuego en Marte (Luis Marte Remix)

> 3D (Tecnoman SF Remix)

> Disconnected (Ut Ut Ut Remix)
> Fuego en Marte (Feat. Bruno De Vincenti

 

(click on the image to download)

 

 

DOMINO  EP - FREE DOWNLOAD!!!!

 

 

The first of a series of EPs to be released  is now available for FREE DOWNLOAD.


DOMINO EP includes:

> Domino (Single Mix)

> Domino (Luis Callegari Xpander RRMix)
>
Domino (Modex Remix)

> Verte Mas (feat Naila Borensztein)(Microesfera RMX)

> Asimetricos (Kiwa Limi RMX)

 

(click on the image to download)

 

FUGA POP COMPILATION - FREE DOWNLOAD!!!!

 

Celebrating the 20th anniversary of Fuga Records, the label has just released the first of a series of compilations, available for free download. The first one, FUGA POP, includies one of our songs.
 

 

 

 

 

 

(click on the image to download)