Los Brazos Largos are an eccentric quartet from Quilmes, Buenos Aires, that could perfectly come from Mars or Earth... from a parallel universe, that is. Influenced by 60s rock music, blues, jazz, mambo and classical music, they somehow managed to alchemize these sounds into a bunch of tunes like you've never heard before. Today they bring us 'Danza en Proa', three songs from their debut LP, filled with falsettos, high-pitch notes, incessant whistling, flutes and strings. Come one, come all, and meet this unusual group of psychedelic minstrels.
Culled from unreleased recordings from her recent "Light Sleep" and "Voice Hardcore" releases, Hiromi Moritani's latest showcases the softer, less harrowing side of Phew’s sound Bandcamp Album of the Day Sep 2, 2020