As if Ennio Morricone had took some acid and listened to some Can records before he started to compose, that's more or less how El Festival de los Viajes sounds like.
However, these psychedelic cowboys, adept to mantric lyrics and trippy melodies, try different sounds in El Andante. And they succeed at it, resulting (as always) both elegant and mystical.
A true rarity from a not at all regular band, inviting us once again to focus our senses on a trip that is just beginning.
Don't forget to check out Los Mantratones, their new project, also released by Mamushka!
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