|Birth|| December 24 , 1955(64 years old) |
Zaragoza ( Spain )
|Occupation||Musician and guitarist|
Luis Auserón Marruedo ( Zaragoza , 24 of December of 1955 ) is a guitarist and singer Spanish , bassist of the group of the musical group Radio Futura (1979-1992), which was initially framed in the " Movida Madrileña ", with a subsequent career in lonely.
He is the brother of Santiago Auserón (b. 1954), composer and vocalist and also a member of the group Radio Futura.
In his youth, he worked as a surveyor and draftsman , beginning at the same time in painting as an amateur, which led him to participate in some group exhibitions with visual artists such as Herminio Molero . His work was talked about in 1979 on the TVE Images program , presented by Paloma Chamorro . At that time, he also began architectural studies , which he left to dedicate himself to music. [ 1 ]
Stage at Radio Futura
He was one of the founding members of the musical group Radio Futura , whose career spanned from 1979 to 1992 . He was co-author (in many cases, along with his brother, Santiago Auserón , singer and leader of the group) of songs such as Rompeolas , Dance tú , Escuela de calor , La ley , An African along the Gran Vía , Black seed , El tonto Simón , They have both fallen , A heads or tails , On the other side , Radar or Mercuriana , and sole author of the topicThe wind of Africa (included in the disc Of a country in flames ). At the same time, he founded the independent production office Animal Tour with his bandmates . After the dissolution of the band, he dedicated himself to traveling around America , especially investigating the evolution of Brazilian rock .
In 1994 he recorded his first solo album, En la cabeza , between Madrid and London , in which he had the collaboration of musicians such as Raimundo Amador , Josele Santiago and Antonio Smash . Three years later, in 1997 , he co-produced Juan Perro's second album , La fingerprint sonora . That same year he also produced his own second album, El caos y el Orden . Later, he formed with his old Radio Futura partner Enrique Sierra and the vocalist Pilar Román Klub , a dance music group with which he released an album in1999 . From then on, he dedicated himself to production work, working with groups such as Venerea , Guerrilla Gorila and Malevaje in his own recording studio, first called Sonora Estudio and finally Broken Robot .
In 2005 he embarked, with his brother Santiago, in the project Gossips , initially a tour and then a disc adaptations to the Castilian of classic rock and blues as Heartbreak Hotel by Elvis Presley or I Heard It Through the Grapevine of Marvin Gaye . [ 2 ] [ 3 ] [ 4 ]
In 2007 he formed, together with Isabel Dimas (voice), Matías Coulón (guitar) and Chema Animal (drums), the avant-garde rock group Amantes del echo , and produced his first album in his own recording studio. [ 5 ] [ 6 ]
With Radio Futura
- Modern music (1980, Hispavox)
- The Law of the Desert / The Law of the Sea (1984, Ariola)
- From a country on fire (1985, Ariola)
- The song of Juan Perro (1987, Ariola)
- Poison on the skin (1990, BMG Ariola)
With Santiago Auserón
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