NEW RELEASE - Bartók in Rock

"There is much talk these days, mostly for political reasons, about the purity and impurity of the human race, the usual
implication being that purity of race should be preserved, even by means of prohibitive laws.
Contact with foreign material not only results in an exchange of melodies, but  -and this is still more important-  it gives an
impulse to the development of new styles.
It is obvious that if there remains any hope for the survival of folk music in the near or distant artificial erection of Chinese walls to separate peoples from each other bodes no good for its development.
A complete separation from foreign influences means stagnation: well assimilated foreign impulses offer possibilities of

Excerpts from Race Purity in Music (1942), Béla Bartók Essays

New album "Bartók in Rock"

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Nelson Coelho - guitar,

Gabriel Costa - bass,

Fred Barley - drums.


David Cross - violin on track 1

Release date - 05/25/17

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"The Last Tribe" Reviews:

"A disc that gets better with each play, I can’t imagine anyone not liking this." Peter Thelen at Exposé

"Stunning album from start to finish and it’s a must have for this year." Zachary Nathanson at Music From the Other Side of the Room

"When you listen this kind of songs it's obvious that Rock will live forever if new bands as DIALETO carry the torch, shocking as a slap in the face but that's what Prog is about." Iván Melgar-Morey at Progarchives

"Un disco nitido ed essenziale nelle progressioni armoniche, in numerosi punti spettacolare per impatto sonoro" Alfonso Tregua at La Luna di Alfonso

"Todo esto fue “The Last Tribe”, una gozada de álbum que ha de situar a DIALETO en el centro de atención de los círculos progresivos en este año 2013 y años por venir." César Inca Mendoza Loyola at Autopoietican