Kiltro Plays Latin-Influenced Loops From Forthcoming Album

June 4, 2019
<p>Kiltro</p>
<p>Kiltro</p>
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Kiltro

Kiltro captivated us at last year's Underground Music Showcase when the band played one of our porch sessions. Led by Chilean-American artist Chris Bowers-Castillo, the Denver band makes loop-based songs influenced by folk, Latin, rock and electronic music. Kiltro will release its debut album, "Creatures of Habit," next month and play an album release show July 6 at Denver's Larimer Lounge. 

More from OpenAir Sessions: 

Kiltro visited our studio last month to play four songs. The band members also spoke with Jeremy Petersen about how the band grew from Bowers-Castillo's solo project to a trio, the dozens of effect pedals they use in their music and the growing diversity of Denver's music scene.

Stream the session above.

Songs performed:

  • "If I Lead"
  • "Curico"
  • "The Hustle"
  • "Ofelia"