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New music studio album Gona Rubian Ranesa by Reynols, one of the longest running inclusive rock bands led by Down Syndrome drummer/singer Miguel Tomasín.
Outspoken singer, drummer and spiritual architect Miguel Tomasin has Down’s syndrome and shapes the band’s unique and playful sense for conceptual sound art.
Miguel Tomasín has been considered one of the most relevant personalities with Down Syndrome worldwide and his name is mentioned in several books on Neuroscience and Neurodiversity.
Formed in 1993 in Buenos Aires, REYNOLS was made up of Roberto Conlazo, Alan Courtis and drummer Miguel Tomasín, who has Down Syndrome. The band counts with over 150 releases by labels from Japan, Europe, USA, Oceania and Latin America. Reynols has collaborated live and in studio with acclaimed artists such as Pauline Oliveros, Lee Ranaldo (Sonic Youth), The Nihilist Spasm Band, Damo Suzuki (Can), Paul Dutton, John Oswald, Michael Snow, Alan Licht, Birchville Cat Motel, Jaime Davidovich, Duilio Pierri, Pajarito Zaguri, and Acid Mothers Temple.
Reynols is among the longest-running inclusive bands ever. With the group, Miguel Tomasín has been the first musician with Down Syndrome ever to play daily on the Argentine National TV (ATC, currently Channel 7, 1998). For his work within Reynols, Miguel Tomasín has been considered one of the most relevant personalities with Down Syndrome worldwide and his name is mentioned in several books on Neuroscience and Neurodiversity. Tomasín’s work has been largely inspiring, and it has contributed to develop positive visibility and to promote inclusion perspectives for people with “learning disabilities” at a global scale.
REYNOLS will release its new album “Gona Rubian Ranesa” on Canadian label Outlier Communications. The record will be available in LP and digital formats and is the band’s first studio record in 17 years.