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FEROZ

Feroz

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Studio Album, released in 2014

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Groove Menor (3:42)
2. Diablo (3:33)
3. Gélida (4:49)
4. Martes (4:12)
5. Seis (5:26)
6. Tango (4:04)
7. Muzak (7:11)
8. Fílmico (3:14)
9. Polares (7:15)
10. Telarañas (6:31)

Line-up / Musicians

- Marli Espinoza / vocals
- Carlos Enrique Pineda / Keyboards
- Alfredo Santana / bass
- Eli Rafael Carranza / drums

Releases information

Released 24rd December, 2014

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Review by andrea
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4 stars Feroz are a Mexican band from Chihuahua that was formed in 2011. In December 2014 they self-released a very interesting eponymous debut album with a line up featuring Marli Espinoza (vocals), Carlos Enrique Pineda (keyboards), Alfredo Santana (bass) and Eli Rafael Carranza (drums). According to their website, they try to interpret with their music the sounds of the desert and of the cities of Northern Mexico. I don't know if they reached their goal, but for sure on this work the band showcase great musicianship and songwriting skills blending jazz, prog, folklore, ethnic flavours and every now and again even a touch of electronica. The female vocals in Spanish are clear, always confident and warm, the organ and keyboard work is excellent and the rhythm section always ready to set off for sudden changes in atmosphere and tempo. The experimental attitude of the band never looses contact with melody and they are even able to incorporate mariachi music in rock structures in an effective way. When I stumbled by chance in this band, their music for me was a very good surprise. Anyway, you can listen to the album on bandcamp, so have a try and judge by yourselves!

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