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Mar De Robles


Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.20 | 89 ratings

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monkey in orbit
5 stars The four years that separate their two first releases was definitely well spent. The band is in full flight on this excellent record. From the start to end there's a strong feeling or urgency emanating from the music which is given a more aggressive edge this time around. The whole album is overwhelmingly catchy and while Christián Larrondo shows us his agility on the Chapman Stick and fretless bass, the wind instruments and percussions add to the already organic feel with the scarce vocals coming in as a support for the instrumentation or as climactic agent. Tribal elements can be heard throughout and hints of Chilean folklore also appear. The musicianship is very well executed with everyone complementing each other and no one trying to overdo it, in fact the compositions are attributed to the band as a whole.

This is really something you must listen too and I'm sure many of you, as I, will enjoy letting the whole thing play throughout, and again?

monkey in orbit | 5/5 |


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