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Honduras Libregrupo


Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.00 | 6 ratings

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Mellotron Storm
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4 stars HONDURAS LIBREGRUPO are without a doubt one of my favourite bands from Argentina.This is their latest release, an EP filled with dark, spacey music. They've expanded their lineup from five to seven people, adding a percussionist and trombone player.This is all instrumental.

"Cancion Cruda" is fairly minimalistic with spacey sounds that echo in a dark atmosphere. A bit of a change 4 1/2 minutes in but it's the same vibe to the end. "Craneos Semillas Y Ovulous" is again dark as sounds slowly pulse, hum and echo. A beat kicks in after a minute as other sounds come and go in the background. It starts to wind down 5 1/2 minutes in until it simply fades to nothing.

"Tomando Conciencia Del Baile" opens with strange sounding synths then drums arrive before a minute. Spacey sounds blow in a minute later. It's heavier before 3 minutes as horns come in to the end. "No Juntes Hienas Con Orquideas" opens with cymbals with low end sounds. It's fairly eerie 2 minutes in with those freaky horn sounds.

Man these guys really amaze me.Their second album was a blend or Rio / Avant, Jazz / Canterbury and Psychedelic. Just an incredible release.This EP shows them delving into the Electronic genre in a unique way. Easily 4 stars and i'm excited about their next full length album.

Mellotron Storm | 4/5 |


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