Brothers Santiago and Facundo Moreno hail from Buenos Aires, but still left Argentina in the first 2000s, reportedly driven to consider foreign shores by their country’s overall economy. Given subsequent financial advancements, one might question if Italy was a sensible choice for immigration, but that is where the brothers arrived, and at the minimum these were able to obtain some way of measuring musical if not really financial fulfillment. Both brothers, since it works out, are qualified traditional guitarists, and Facundo is certainly adept on the charango, viewed by some aficionados as “the South American very ukulele.” The brothers may also be professionals of South American folk forms, like the tango, milonga, and cumbia, and after arriving in Italy they started collaborating with like-minded players in the Genoa music picture, forming the music group Aparecidos and launching the record Lo Que Hay en un Charco in the Dodicilune label in ’09 2009. After a big change in lineup, Aparecidos authorized to the Milan-based avant-prog label AltrOck, which released the music group’s sophomore recording, Palito Bombón Helado, in past due 2012. As well as the Moreno brothers, Palito Bombón Helado also presented bassist Tommaso Rolando and guitarist Marco Ravera from Calomito (another AltrOck music group), violinist Mattia Tommasini, drummer Santo Florelli, percussionist Manuel Merialdo, and two musical guests, diatonic accordionist Filippo Gambetta and vocalist Tatiana Zakharova, showing up on one monitor each. The producing music encompassed dazzling, infectiously rhythmic Argentine folk-rock and forays into Eastern Western and Mediterranean traditional forms, with subtly avant-gardist details adding welcome however, not mind-boggling unpredictability towards the band’s interesting mixture of musical styles.