More than 20 years have passed since the first time that Adolfo, Manuel, Raúl and Luís, went on stage together to perform their music. Then they evolved, “Ozone”, “Requiem”, “The Promise”, until reaching ANAIRT, their true musical identity.
And whether it was just the four of them, or with any of the friends who accompanied them at some point (César Calderón, Antonio “el Perilla”, Paco Pepe, Fali Payan, or Juanmi Guzmán), between them was born a type of relationship that cannot be explained with words.
For seven years, until 1999 when they performed together for the last time, they lived many experiences, and that time of their lives marked them forever.
In the first decade of the XXI century they met sporadically to play on two or three occasions, and it seemed that time had not passed, as if they had rehearsed the day before, it was like coming home.
Now they are doing something that they owed and owed to their seguidor@s, record the songs of ANAIRT on an album, and incidentally share them with much@s amig@s who will be happy to hear them again in their intimate direct.
Its sound is based on rock with numerous and wide sound drifts, due to the sum of the diversity of musical influences of each of its members.
From flamenco to the most extreme metal, through rhythm & blues, pop, progressive rock… but with one communicator link in common: classic Andalusian rock.
Groups like Medina Azahara, Alameda, and mainly Triana, are the ones who most owe their inspiration to express themselves as musicians and as people. Their base is rock but with roots in the land to which they belong.
They build on rhythmic bases in the key of pop-rock, keyboard sounds with seventies atmospheres, quasi-classical pianos, electric guitars (sometimes harmonious and others full of strength), develop vocal melodies with a great roots and accent, often playing with double voices that emphasize the Andalusian air that characterizes them.
Their songs move in various fields, from purely rock themes, melodic ballads of powerful choruses, to themes that let perceive more ethnic influences.
They travel from slow and melodious atmospheres to powerful rock developments, passing through landscapes of marked Andalusian air.