Geordano Henriquez lately has been a radio darling around the nation thanks to "Besos," the upbeat slice of garage pop he wrote for his solo project a few years ago. After many years of owning the Latin rock scene around Boston, he's now based in Orlando, and heads farther south this Friday for a gig at Jazid. This time he's spotlighting the group he put together in his new hometown. "This is more of a band project than a solo project," he says, stressing the new outfit's vibe is alt-rock-based, in contrast to the pop blueprint he followed previously. But more than 15 years after Henriquez began playing in clubs, the world still awaits a proper debut album from him. "Besos" and its sister track, "Todo Cambio," will appear on a forthcoming January 2009 self-released EP, a six-song taste of a full-length album still in the planning stages.
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