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Nicotina Es Primavera



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4 stars A Buenos Aires-based chamber rock unit NICOTINA ES PRIMAVERA have done such a promising debut "Animal Cerámico". It's said this project would have been founded by a young flutist of ability Camilo ÁNGELES, and just as mentioned, his flute (basically a wind instrument good at creating a gentle, modest atmosphere) plays a funkadelic role as a "forefront", that has a neat outcome amazingly. And more surprisingly, they does such a complicated improvisation in a cool, smart, and natural manner. This awesome exploration reminds me of a Japanese jazz rock pride Djamra ... who play systematically and minutely both on stage and in a studio. They are suitable to be called as a cooperatedly improvisation combo.

These musical phenomena should be summerized into their eponymous masterpiece suite "Nicotina Es Primavera", On the masterpiece turf, the members each of whom differs personally from others play strictly together as if various toys or treasures could be put together into a large box. And every artist struggles others' sound up to the perfection. Cannot imagine such a fantastic session was done as a Chamber Rock in a small studio. Wonderful they could complete this over-thirty-minute long suite without any interval nor moment, quite in natural. An addiction.

DamoXt7942 | 4/5 |


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