Sunday, September 24, 2017

Antena – Signos En El Viento (2008)

  • Post-rock 
  • Ambient rock 
  • Art rock 
  • Electronic music 
  • Indietronica 
  • Epic 
  • Drone pop 
  • Organcore 
  • Acid rock

Comment: it is a quite peculiar feel to go back in time with purpose to review an issue you have not listened to it before. For instance, this 8-track composition was initially released in 2008 and though you have not experienced it before it somehow brings forth painful memories from the past. In fact, it reminds me of those lucky times you had been experiencing then which are ceased to exist today. In a word, it reminds me of the fragility of life and that all used to change permanently around us. The nature of the album is doleful and longing and it is the obvious reason of my complaint. The effect and consequence of it is one has to go on with his/her life to be able to reflect upon the recent time as a lucky span of time. It is always very glad to watch back in time when grass was more green and sky was cloudless. The artist comes out of Argentina and this album is a fabulous shift between epic post-rock, lysergic indie electronic and enchanting drone pop/organcore. Because of providing picturesque, slightly orchestrated and emotionally evocative chords it is a fairly proper issue to depict and convey the nature of autumn. Behind that one man project is Julio Yicarean, the talented man whose (obviously debut) album was released under such a great yet still underrated imprint, Gorriòn De Miga. Gem by any standards.
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