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4.17 | 35 ratings

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4 stars Estacion play a style of RIOish chamber rock reminiscent of similar work by Univers Zero and, to a lesser extent, Art Zoyd and Henry Cow. The music is a bit more somber and funereal than the spooky soundscapes evoked by UZ and AZ; rather than making you think eldritch horrors are about to jump out and kill you, the music rather gives the impression that some tragedy has already come to pass; beyond this subtle difference in atmosphere, there really isn't a lot to choose from between Nazca and more prominent chamber rock acts. But then again, when the acts they're so heavily inspired by are the likes of Present or Univers Zero, and when the imitation is this competently done, that's interesting enough in itself.
Warthur | 4/5 |


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