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EP: Después de todo

Donde tú estás
Poco a Poco
Dejarte ir


Feeling a bit camera shy


Although Panama is regarded internationally as the birthplace of reggae in Spanish, the rock scene has been strong for many years and with a fan base that believes in the Panamanian talent as they grow. Not much is known internationally but locally there are many artists in different aspects of rock that are established as major exponents of the genre.
“Son Miserables” and “Los 33” were two bands during the 90’s and 2000’s who dominated the Panamanian rock scene, with more than 10 albums between them. And it’s this fusion that creates NAVE.
NAVE is the result of the unión between Horacio Valdés (vocals and rhythm guitar) and Nano Alemán (drums and sequences) former members of Son Miserables, along with Juan Ramón Della Togna (bass and vocals) and Jose Manuel Correa (lead guitar and vocals), former members of Los 33.
Both bands used to practice in the same rehearsal studio, so it was perfectly natural to see each other all the time. One day, Horacio asked Juanri to help him to produce a new song, and during the recording sesión the idea to geta ll together came up. The 4 members brought their bands past experiences and thus NAVE’s chemistry was born.
They are well known for a rock pop style heavily influenced by british bands like Coldplay, U2, The Killers, Snow Patrol, among many others, standing out their mature melodies with electric guitars highlights.
Their first album, "DESPUES DE TODO" is an EP containing six songs, released to the public on October 23, 2012. The album was recorded at Megaphone Studios (Panama) by Vincent Rios Silvestre and Juanri Della Togna; mixed in Los Angeles, California by Gavin MacKillop who has produced mixes for artists like Toad the wet sprocket, Goo Goo Dolls, Sarah McLachlan and Sugarcult, among others . In its final stage, the album was mastered by Mark Chaleki in Los Angeles, California, with Juanri Della Togna, bassist, as music producer for this record.
Some rock with sensitivity and vibrant melodies is what we hear in this first EP which includes the hits "Imposible", "Donde tú estás", "Esperando", all released in 2011 reaching several times the number # 1 position in various stations in the country. In addition, 3 new unreleased tracks, including "Poco a poco" the first video clip of the band (close to 20,000 views in only a few months of launch), followed by "Dejarte ir" brand new video and both of them were directed by Anel Reyes.