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Background information
Origin Buenos Aires, Argentina
Genres Psychedelic rock, pop rock, alternative rock, electronic rock
Years active 2000 – present
Labels Sony Music
Bultaco Records
Pop Art Music
meZKla Records
Website www.dalmanerea.com.ar
Members I-Van
Past members Tony_GL, Rode-T, Cyvorg

Dalmanerea is an Argentine rock band, formed in early 2000s by former members of the Olavarría's band Disculpen al Nono, which at that time were scattered among Buenos Aires, Tandil and Olavarria.

Dalma's music mixed various styles (rock, electronic, pop, alternative, punk, techno, rap, disco, metal, and others) in what has been named meZKla argentina

In their shows, the band offers a powerful sound, a well balanced power-rock base with strong electronic support, an extreme-singer-dancer and some humorous licenses.

Dalmanerea has three own production disc ("Dalmademox", "Mundo Guz-Kar" and "Falta de medicamentos"), participation in some collectives albums with others indie bands, and numerous tours of the alternative circuits of the country. Also, the band publish a mystique-of-the-band comic (Dalmaworld) followed by a lot of readers, initiated by Cyvorg and continuated by Leee-O, two great argentinian graphic-artists.

The current version (4.0) is formed by Lex-Loro in charge of the guitar/chorus, Betolon playing drums, iVannette in bass/chorus, and Varmando as lead voice and official dancer, plus the participation of prestigious guest talents (Luk-As, Ama-Ly, AndreYta, and Pole-T). Song-writing and lyrics composition is shared by all members.

Past versions were v1.0 (Guitar: Cyvorg + Drums/bass: Betolon + Bass/Drums/Voice: Varmando), v1.5 (1.0 + Guitar: Tony_GL), v2.0 (Guitar: Tony_GL + Drums/Bass: Betolon + Bass/Drum: Varmando), v2.5 (2.0 + Bass: Rode-T), v3.0 (Bass: iVannette + Guitar: Tony_GL + Drums: Betolon + Voice: Varmando), v3.5 (3.0 + Guitar: Lex-Loro)


"Falta de Medicamentos", 2016, meZKla Records, Gatonegro

"Mundo Guz-Kar", 2008, meZKla Records, Studiorec

"Dalmademox", 2006, meZKla Records, Cyvorgstudio

El Colectivo II, 2004, Discos Colectivo

El Colectivo III, 2003, Discos Colectivo



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