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4 stars Impressive bandoneon and violoncello vibes. BOSNNIA are founded as a new, promising Argentine rock unit keeping a strong intention for their native musical tradition. Massive folksy and black magical elements are heard via their first full-length creation "Ferias Y Fiestas De La Posguerra" ... not very avantgarde like pioneers in Avant-Prog scene but there is apparently mystic, mysterious, eccentric atmosphere anywhere in this album. Sounds like they had got excessively influenced by their soul cultivated in their hometown and reflected the soul upon their creation rationally.

Another important point is, let me say, that their enthusiastic love and affection for Argentina and Argentine music (folk, tango, or something) with their heartwarming movement should be stuffed into this album. Listen to, for example, "Parisiennes Y Ginebra" suite (no relationship to nationalism in this title though lol) please and we can touch kinda gentleness and sweetness drenched in hot bandoneon madness and weird violoncello numbness. Toughness to classify their artistic creation might notify us they cannot be called simply as an avantgarde progressive rock combo.

Whether we can feel of progressive rock honestly or not, it might not be doubtful they have opened up and cultivate a novel soundscape as a natural mixture of avantgarde rock and traditional folk. Innovation, novelty ... can be thought progressive, if rock or not. Cheers!

DamoXt7942 | 4/5 |


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