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"Les Inrockuptibles - Preview"

« An exhausting dance-punk tornado. Thrilling and red hot.An impressive non stop adrenalin high. »

Non edited reviews and scans available at http://www.tigersushi.com/site/press
- JD Beauvallet (Fr)


"Trax - Feature"

« High octane deviants, Panico are a street-folk version of The Rapture»

Non edited reviews and scans available at http://www.tigersushi.com/site/press - Nicolas Nieto (Fr)


"Franz Ferdinand"

"Panico Fucking Rock"

Non edited reviews and scans available at http://www.tigersushi.com/site/press - Paul Thomson (UK)


"Magic - Review"

« Subliminal Kill is a joyously crafted molotov cocktail »

Non edited reviews and scans available at http://www.tigersushi.com/site/press - Thomas Schwoerer (Fr)


"Vice Magazine"

"Waht do you get if you let five kids from Chile with a Serious Inclination for Brazilain 60s death pop punks Os Mutnates and early Joy Division hang out?"

Non edited reviews and scans available at http://www.tigersushi.com/site/press - Moltass Eriksson (Sweden)


"Allmusic.com"

"(...)a very strong live feeling for the songs (...)There's definitely something fun going on here and it'll be a treat to hear(...)Panico calls to mind the underrated explosion of the late great Brainiac"

Non edited reviews and scans available at http://www.tigersushi.com/site/press - (US)


"Fluxblog"

"The Record basically sounds like it wants to fuck you".

Non edited reviews and scans available at http://www.tigersushi.com/site/press - (US)


"Fact"

"If there is one new French band to look out for right now it has to be Panico. Not your average Parisian hipsters, its five members actually originate from Santiago, Chilli, where they formed over 10 years ago and developed their noisy, mutant, punky funky, latino flavoured jams. "

Non edited reviews and scans available at http://www.tigersushi.com/site/press - Alexis Le Tan (UK)


"XLR8R"

"Subliminal Kill is th electrified strut of 21st century street walking cheetahs"

Non edited reviews and scans available at http://www.tigersushi.com/site/press - Tony Ware (US)


"Just for a Day"

"The CD is great and wear its influences proudly while creating something new nd wonderful at the same time"

Non edited reviews and scans available at http://www.tigersushi.com/site/press - (US)


Discography

2007 Guadalupe EP
2005 Subliminal Kill
2005 Lupita EP
2001 Telepathic Sonora
2001 Panoramico : Panico Remixes
1998 Rayo al Ojo
1997 Canciones Para Apprendar a Cantar
1995 Porno Star

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They come a long way and together have been associated with more than ten major releases in their homeland of Chile. Now, after a bizarre chance encounter in a Parisian bookstore, they became full-fledge Tigersushi artists and are quite simply, ready to rock. It’s time for Eduardo (lead vocal), Carolina (bass, backing vocal), Memo (Lead guitar) Seba and Squatt (drums, turntables) to launch an onset on the word.

A dashing collection of never heard before singles, Subliminall Kill puts together the best of European electronics (Joakim (TS-Versatile) and Cristian Vogel of Super Collider fame are behind the production desk).
It kicks off with the mutant ESG meets Os Mutantes dub of Que Pasa Wey and engulfs maelstrom after maelstrom of noise, superb bass groove, psychedelic mayhem and serious rock-riffing.

From Transpiralo – blessed with the guest appearance of Uk’s Crazy Girl- to Anfetaminado, it is a mad cascade of pure latin energy (Lupita) and raucous (Ice Cream), abrasive (Iguana) punk single. This is as if Joey Ramone was born in Mexico only to discover Iggy Popp was his next door neighbor and that they could play in the same garae as Keith Moon. All you have to do is to “feel the sun burngin your eyes” and let this roll on.

No wonder, they have a cool summer down there when we are freezing up here. If you don’t like this one you’re a hopeless North-Hemispherer, and that’s as bad as it gets.

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Panico are now back in the studio, still with Joakim at the desk, recording their second album for Tigersushi, while Paul Thomson (of Franz Ferdinand's fame) and Jonnie Wilkes (of Optimo's fame) are mixing a 7inch single to be released on Paul's label NEW,