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Electro - Trip hop - Jungle

SoloTronik – -  Spain/Poland

Solo (Henry Gutierrez) studied classical music, and was a finalist in a competition on orchestration in 1980. In the same year he founded the theatrical group Harlequín, which competed against Dintel, Antonio Banderas’ theatrical group.
In 1982, Solo created his first electronic music group, Lokomotora Keromnés, and then in 1984 founded the electro-rock group Factoria RibbenTrop, which made television and radio appearances and received good reviews even from Banderas and Almodóvar. The group broke up in 1988.

In 1989, Solo learned Esperanto and began singing in Esperanto in his electronic avant-garde musical productions.
Solo has produced en impressive diskography en Esperanto, on vinyl, cassettes, and CDs. Here are the principle titles:
– Kosmo-Infano (Solo – vinyl, 1991)
– "“Kie ne plu”" (1 title on Vinilkosmo-Kompil’ Vol. 1, 1995)
– Vulkano (Solo – cassette, 1995)
– Polimorfia Arkiteknia (Vinilkosmo / “Kolekto 2000” – CD, 1999)
– Vulkano (SoloTronik - CD, 2001)
– Iniciadogalileo (SoloTronik – CD, 2001)
– "“Ponfarstart"’” and “"Joko-Tronik"” (2 titles sur Elektronika Kompilo, Vinilkosmo – CD, 2002)
Other than these albums, other works have also appeared on demo CDs, essentially instrumental and experimental electronic music. And even a demo album inspired by the Beatles, with music adapted to the 21st Century in Esperanto.

In January 2016, Solo benefited from the installation of his studio in Poland to renew his musical equipment and to acquire complementary effects machines (for voice, Vocoder, and various other effects), in order to prepare for his latest album in Esperanto, Kompendium, and for future concerts.

Solo has performed in numerous concerts in many famous places, such as the València Palace in Spain, the Gothenburg Congress Hall in Sweden; The Cavern in Liverpool (Great Britain), the Florence Congress Hall in Italy; in Bordeaux, in Montpellier, in the Esperanto Culture and Art Festival in Toulouse, and in Strasburg (France), in the Kuopio Opera House in Finland; in the Esperanto Cultural Festival in Elsinore (Denmark), the World Esperanto Congress in Copenhagen in 2012, the Spanish Esperanto Congress in Zaragosa in 2014, the Baltic Days in Riga (Latvia), the Tron Kirk and the Saint Stephen temple in Scotland, 1001 in the London Café, Margarita’s Mystery in St. Petersburg, the Kava in Moscow, Whenlans Music in Dublin, the Karaok Club in Glasgow, the Performance in Gomel and the Cine in Minsk (Belorussia) and soon in C Venues in Edinburgh.


Click on his albums to listen to or download them.

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