Magdalena Solis - Hesperia EP CD (album) cover


Magdalena Solis



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4 stars More hallucinogenic stickily fuzzy sound travel for another world.

Can it be said that MAGDALENA SOLIS could make a bigger success of their soundscape establishment? In the previous work "Lady Of The Wild Things" they threw us an intensive answer that they opened the curtain of Dreamland, with such a dry-fruity creation. Not simply for sounds & noises but also cosmic visual arts, in mesh ... that's the exact reason I call them as art creators, not (simple) musicians. They can let us go on a mind-expanding trip for a world reunited with our mind itself, with full use of various art material - ethnic, Oriental sound views and elements, eerie shouts from inferno, helter-skelter musical notes, graceful female whispers, beautiful percussive droplets, and simultaneously unified and refined sound arts ... we can enjoy, be immersed in their "cannabic" underground legally.

A great work indeed (and also their EP sleeves are very illusory).

DamoXt7942 | 4/5 |


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