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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. El Fantasma Sagrado (7:49)
2. Que No Son Pajaros (4:28)
3. Libro Para Salir Al Dia [Flashback] (6:46)

Total Time: 19:03

Line-up / Musicians

- Markos / guitar, bass, drums, synths & keyboards, flute
- Jc / cello, voices, percussion

Releases information

CD Japón Records (2011 Argentina)

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Review by Rivertree
3 stars Here we have another three songs from this inspired duo situated in Argentina, really hard to pigeonhole again. In 2010 they've started with an EP which impressed me as for a really attractive approach. Basically they're staying true to their principles here while offering trippy repetitve motifs, all the tracks have in common. The implementation however is really varied. Both musicians are multi-instrumentalists, are able to assemble an environment which comes close to a real band hereby.

There is a mysterious vibe to state which is hard to describe, unique at least. Based on vocals, guitar and diverse percussion instruments the first two songs are expressing some sort of campfire feeling in my opinion, however also comprising bass lines and decent keyboard. The lovely Libro Para Salir Al Dia closes this effort with a trancy/ambient fundament on the other hand. At times the songs remind me of Belgium neo krautrock outfit Magdalena Solis. All in all worth a try, just pay their bandcamp page a visit.

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