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4 stars Hey, this immediately went on my review list. After all, they don't lose spirit over the course, promised! With their sophomore effort the INVERNADERO trio hailing from Chile provide a prolific album, very appealing. And that means permanently really, from the first to the very last minute. Yeah, when you think it's all over, quasi as a hidden agenda item some beach atmosphere and charming guitar playing will lead you into ... Entropia, an optimistic vision, or the new paradise maybe, fully managed with solar energy? Eh, I'm speculating a bit, don't know anything about the concept, the story behind that. There must be one, yeah, for instance all the track titles are pointing to scientific issues, hence probably to survival aspects concerning mankind in the same way. Yep, I wouldn't deny that.

The recipe? On one hand - just take the fabulous opener Voltaje Humano by way of example - a punchy and funky bass provided by Paolo Mardones, alongside with Sebastián Moncada's varied space guitars par excellence, plus Nico Norambuena sharing a stellar drum playing all along. And then, furthermore, some extraordinary compositions are waiting to be dealt with. Sound quality and production is perfect when it comes to my ears. Highly recommended, while entertaining due to diverse sudden turns, and bubbling over with impressive moments going right through me. Well done, chaps! Eagerly waiting for more.

Rivertree | 4/5 |


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