““The album consists of twelve solid songs in terms of sound and expressiveness, covering sensations ranging from the dark and danceable ‘Domino’ and ‘Donde Voy’, to the melancholy of ‘Fuego en Marte’, ‘Lost in This World’ and ‘Under All’, or the unraveling rage of ‘Disconnected’ and ‘Tras De Mi’ ”.”
"The dark electropop of this trio works like a double-edged knife: it is engaging enough to keep the dance floor lit up, while experimenting with the rough textures of keyboardist Sebastian Cordoves (who builds his own synthesizers) and the cryptic lyrics of singer Maru Pardo Saguier. The guitar of Diego Lopez gives the final touch to define the rock 'ish' sound of the band."
“2014]- “The electropop band presents their third album with songs built around synthetic sounds and dance grooves (...) Twelve tracks ranging from the dance, obscure and melancholic approach, to the unraveling rage. ””
““ASIMETRICOS is a clear example of how electronic music can build dynamic and engaging textures when working towards and as nuclear part of mature compositions. Maru Pardo Saguier's voice, warm and powerful, could sing zambas, blues or any other slow moving and profound thing. She is responsible for writing the lyrics, which are another highlight for her images, some confessional tone and a 'rock-like' lyricism. Sebastian Cordoves builds the whole thing from his synths with a full understanding of the tradition of the genre and and foot always willing to take the next step. Diego Lopez brings rock, funky and space guitars (...)””
““Owners of a personal sound (...) Cosaquitos sounds Pop, but with the power and energy of Rock. Their melodies are extremely attractive and all their work has an aura of sophistication that separates them from most synthpop projects that have been growing in Argentina. Simon Reynolds would probably have to include them into his "Sofisti-POP" tag if he knew them!””
““ASIMETRICOS is now available. An album with lots of personality, full of synthetic sounds and powerful lyrics. And they do not lack energy, this trio. We are in front of a group that has grown after their 2011 European tour, in which they made the Catwalk Club of Barcelona vibrate. They propose a very exquisite synthpop, supported by the fact that Sebastian builds his own synthesizers, which gives them a very personal sound that blends perfectly with the lyrics and voice of Maru and the powerful guitars.””
““Cosaquitos en Globo (...) set their musical basis around electropop and dance; powerful synthetizers with a constant mixture with rock. With already three records, the last one -ASIMETRICOS- consolidates their musical proposal: an engaging, sweet and captivating voice from their singer, mixed with rabid synthetizers, powerful bass lines and pop melodies, inviting ot to stay still”.”
“The band from Buenos Aires, Cosaquitos en Globo, is a stimulating electropop proposal. Their kind of old school electronica sound plus their analog synths texture and its simple pop approach is very pleasent to one's ear. I would place their influences either with Fangoria as well as Kraftwerk. Their eight year career shows into a mature material.”
"I’ve been enamored by this underrated Argentinean band for months and I don’t know why, other than their song “Out of Presence” is dark electro-pop perfection. Maru Pardo Saguier has a deep, rich voice that just soars over the gothic, driving synths. It comes from their album “Moving Under,” on which I also recommend “My Own Steps” and “Rejected.” They also look as cool as they sound, which is half the battle."
"In spite of not being a very popular genre in Argentina, they managed to catch the attention of several labels and gather an audience not only in Argentina, but also in many Latin American and European countries (...)"
"...From their 2010 album Moving Under, 'The System Is Running Out' is immediately impressive with its thunderous rhythms and Klingklang synths. The deep rich vocal makes it almost sound like THE MOTELS fronting a dance enhanced KRAFTWERK. Continuing the new wave disco template, 'Out Of Presence' has the panache of BERLIN crossed with MUNICH MACHINE while 'Silence' pulses marvellously into oblivion (...)"
““…As Capri and Romina Cohn, both 'imported' in Europe by International Deejay Gigolo, who found them in the smoky clubs of Buenos Aires almost ten years ago, now we can also adopt Cosaquitos en Globo””
““Cosaquitos en Globo with European quality””
““By travelling in an aerostatic globe, two Argentineans lost their gaucho identity when landed on a far, cold and electrifying Slavic land. Not willing to be caught by the mainstream Maru and Sebastian have put together a nice disguise which would allow their way into the underground. So they borrowed the icy identity of Russian Cossacks and took it to the hottest dancefloors. The legend tells that they never wanted to do anything else, and that is possible to see these tiny travelling Cossacks if you look into the skies of the raddest clubs in Buenos Aires””
"...they have quality in sound and a surrounding and captivating magnetism..."
"...another band who knows how to cultivate good electronic pop..."
"Wednesday night started for Soul Cafe with Electronicnights party, wich managed to become a special moment characterized by the magic of the venue and the show of the electropop duo Cosaquitos en Globo, which captivated the public's attention by their 'Newordean' electronic sound, making most of the feet move along with their rythm. The style of the people and the energy found were the result of something that will for sure continue all Wednesdays of May."