After 10 years of singing and touring the South-American continent, Argentinian songstress Natalia Doco lived the dream of finally signing a record deal upon her arrival in France in the summer of 2013.
Her first album, Mucho Chino (June 2014) was a popular success in France, but it was a fast release, one with songs and covers in English she compromised with, letting the record company shape her style and image, as she barely spoke French. The actual dream for her, was to present a more accurate portrayal of herself, of her indie pop Argentinian background, and to work with one of its major artists: Axel Krygier. Natalia got in touch with Krygier who never produced an album for anyone other than himself and within 2 years of work between Paris and Buenos Aires, and some tribulations (leaving the now decrepit record label, and founding her own, Casa Del Árbol), they created what she calls her first real album :
El Buen Gualicho, released in September 2017. On this new album, you can hear 14 mesmerizing good spells with tales of loneliness and self-empowerment, made in the forest she created with her Argentinian roots and her new French branches.