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Felte Records

Released: 13.11.20







Innovative electronic loops, bleeps and glitches make for an immersive and captivating listen, pure escapism into ebbing and flowing childlike constructs. I find myself utterly and delightfully lost among waves of beats, washes and Camila De Laborde’s undulating echoing vocals with a small nod to Iceland.

Several tracks subtly lull you into their swirling richness of looped discordance and sun-drenched synth tides. Roses, Mess and the superb Moon’s Mountain acknowledge their place of creation, near the sea just outside their current base in Lisbon. Psychedelic and hypnotic production and mixing has been expertly supplied by Peter Kember of Spaceman 3 and Spectrum fame, making this third album by the Mexican/German duo a lovingly crafted sonic flowering of experimental pop.


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