Nathy Peluso was born in Luján, Buenos Aires province, and grew up surrounded by the voices of Ella Fitzgerald, Ray Charles and João Gilberto. When she was 11 her family moved to Spain, so Peluso studied in Murcia and Madrid. Her passion for music matured over the years leading to her firs EP, Esmeralda, released in 2017. This first work contained hip-hop, neo-soul and a series of Latin influences, all of which drew attention from audience and music publications alike. Her second EP landed the following year and saw Nathy Peluso performe live in Spain, the rest of Europe and Latin America. Further steps in her career would confirm her young talent, namely singles “Natikillah” and “Copa Glasé”, her book of life thoughts and reflections, Deja que te Combata, and her record deal with Sony Music. In 2020, Calambre, her debut album, was released and later nominated for a Grammy as Best New Artist and Best Alternative Song. This work reflects her Latin roots and her taste for R&B and trap and she also reveals both her visceral and vulnerable sides like few other artists do. Portuguese audiences will have the chance to listen to songs like “Buenos Aires” and “Mafiosa” – both with over 20 million views in YouTube – as well as “Delito” – with more than 50 million views – at the next edition of Super Bock Super Rock. She’ll be on the EDP stage on 15th July.When it comes to mixing electronic elements with the best indie rock, it’s impossible not to talk about the work of Hot Chip. Joe Goddard and Alexis Taylor met in 1991, when they
album, A Bath Full of Ecstasy, came in 2019 and was produced by Philippe Zdar (Cassius) and Rodaidh McDonald (The xx, King Krule). This work brings some of the elements that are part of Hot Chip’s success: a nostalgia for 80s electronic pop, a taste for good dance songs and a lightness that doesn’t necessarily equal lack of serious content. Tracks such as “Hungry Child” and “Melody of Love” will no doubt win over audiences at Super Bock Super Rock – July 16th on the Super Bock stage.