Monday, October 8, 2018

Celesta en la cesta – Celesta en la cuesta (2013)




  • Indietronica 
  • Folktronica 
  • Art pop 
  • Cover 
  • Electronic 
  • Alternative pop 
  • Synth-pop 
  • Crossover 
  • Dream folk 
  • New Weird Mexico 
  • Cowbell indie 
  • Mexicana

Comment: it is a fine 6-track drift from Monterrey, Mexico based on dreamy vocal incantations accompanied by the varied backgrounds – at times it is backed up by sublime guitar strums and natural sounds like water ringing in the middle of artificial sounds, at times by more electronic beats and faint crackling and different blocks of synthesised chords and lofty brass waves coming to tower over the rest layers. However, to get a perfect album it should more have been saturated with torrents of intriguing noises, arousing glitches and a more cinematic feeling in overall. A more spiced soup a la Mexico should be allowed to the listener. More eruptions to have injected more dust and epic chaos into the mix. There is no other way. OK, Bon Voyage is a groovy, top tier one with those massive basses, distant voices and noises, glimmering, ellipse-shaped synths, suggestive singing and explosive brasses. But nevertheless, it is a solid release with intention to unite different folk forms from the traditional ones to the more experimental ones with one another or just representing them in a sequence.
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