In essence, FRAGILE'S music contrasts ethereal resonances with the drive of a steady melody. This distinction delivers a uniquely rich sound that is both strong and subtle. FRAGILE is like the edge of a shadow, describing the indistinct silhouettes cast when light encounters darkness. Originally from Argentina, Fragile is currently based in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. First meeting in Queens in 2001, Diego Vilche joined Gonzalo and Pablo Zauzich to play with renowned past projects at many venues in the boroughs including CBGBs, Continental, Don Hills, Lmaours and Castle Heights. The recent addition of Brooklyn based artist John O'Hara (keyboards) has expanded Fragile's sound. Since their union in October of 2007, FRAGILE has played at a variety of venues including Luna Lounge, Trash Bar, Arlene's Grocery, Lit Lounge, among others. FRAGILE recently performed at the CSV Cultural Center as part of 'A Cloak For Any Occasion' hosted by Brooklyn-based artist James J. Williams III and held in conjunction with the opening of the New Museum of Contemporary Art on the Bowery. In December of 2007, Fragile entered Planetgrey Studios to begin recording the EP. Engineered by George Grant (of The Serpenteens) the self produced EP released on February 16, 2008 at Galapagos Artists space in Brooklyn.
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