Monday, 29 December 2014
aNNa, Hacia las rocas imantadas
Through their embracing melodies and their narrated stories, we learn more about the fascinating universe of this band. With the first song, El norte de las brújulas, we embark on a sideral trip into unknown galaxies that we feel are going to be much better than our own sodden planet.
After that, we float in the darker, repetitive territories of La pérdida del sentido natural del tiempo which, somehow, connects us with the likes of Fennesz and his great sound landscapes, just in time to finish of with Mala Bicha, the song most related to their first EP, Noray (2013) which seems to send us back into those distorted, yet melodic sounds of The Magnetic Fields, forcing us to initiate a listening loop that began in Noray and continues in aNNa that takes us back to Noray to...
Good creative music that defies time and space. Music from outer space, from the silence of the Universe, the beauty of the stars and the embrace of the orbits worth adventuring into.