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4 stars DAYMOON's creation "Cruz Quebrada" released in 2016 can be called as another treasure casket for innovative imagination. It's quite a tough work for us to classify this album into a subgenre because of a obvious musical diversity upon the sound world ... psychedelic, avantgarde, jazz rock, crossover to pop ... what a variation in Fred's inner space. Very splendid lots of heartwarming moments can be heard even whilst minor key melody lines like reminders of serious pressure are launched.

Without any suspicion I cannot help feeling this multiplicity over musical genres should be Daymoon's brilliant mindscape itself. We can hear a tragic movement at a point, a pleasant vibe at another, or something like mental anguish ... such an aggregation of crying heart can be touched via the masterpiece suite "The River" full of unsettled mind between life and death, and this phenomenon would make us consider unavoidable events of life.

Quite sensitive and fragile mind whisper can be heard amongst massively various rock elements. Wondering why it be hard to digest this album comprehensively ... guess there might be a mass of Fred's "humanity" in my humble opinion, and this might be the reason we cannot digest his melodic message easily but directly absorb it without ourselves. Fred's strong intention for "humanity" is there, not simple nor easy to understand, that would amaze us apparently. Yes apparently I love this stuff.

DamoXt7942 | 4/5 |


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