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Prog Folk

4.16 | 91 ratings

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4 stars A must for fans of prog-folk.

Good compositions expressed with acoustic and electric guitars sublimely supported by piano, flute, saxophone, violin and keyboards. Interesting collaboration of bass and drums, very rhythmic and protagonists.

I do not understand the Basque language is not familiar to me. But this does not prevent you from enjoying the quality of the material. The voices are those that add the main native touch. It contains a good mix of Italian and English folklore, Spanish featureless, as might be flamenco. No relation to their distant cousins ​​Triana, Veneno or Mezquita, musically speaking.

Haizea, and his work Hontz Gaia is another good option similar but more mysticism than this and more psychedelic.

sinslice | 4/5 |


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