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LUZ INTERNA

Ekos

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.00 | 27 ratings

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belatarr
4 stars It gives me double pleasure to write this review. First, because I really love this album and second because it's a Mexican band and well I'm Mexican. Luz Interna is an extraordinary album that takes you on a music ride through various moods and atmospheres. Ana's keyboards are truly amazing, sounding vintage in spirit and modern in execution. Her playing is superb and full of dynamic chops adding real depth to the songs. Jesus's guitars, clearly influenced by Gilmour, sound unique and personal. He plays in the spirit of the great ones, with delicacy when the songs fall into quiet passages and with powerful playing when they erupt in their mesmerizing power. Victor's bass is subtle, and matches the music perfectly well, pulsing behind the interplay between keys and guitars. Carlos, the new drummer, plays live with even more strength and dedication than the previous occupant. This is prog that needs to be heard all over the world. I've been a proghead since I was 12 years old (31 atm) and I can say that few bands have impressed me like Ekos did with this album and their live playing. I'm definitely a one proud Mexican prog head!
belatarr | 4/5 |

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