Hermanos Gutiérrez

Children of a Swiss father and an Ecuadorian mother, the Gutiérrez Brothers have been playing together for a few years, but music has always been a point of connection for them. In the mid-2010s, they crafted some melodies that quickly turned into fully realized songs. They had no intention of forming a band together but soon decided to record an album. Their only ambition was to create a memory for themselves and their families.

El bueno y el malo is their most epic journey to date: working with Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys in his Easy Eye Sound studio in Nashville, they have created ten vivid compositions that highlight their intimate guitar touch, where one brother’s rhythms and the other’s melodies intertwine until they become inseparable. The album title is, of course, a reference to Sergio Leone’s legendary 1966 spaghetti western The Good, the Bad and the Ugly and, especially, to Ennio Morricone’s score.

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