lunes, 12 de diciembre de 2016
"Jardín de invierno" entre los destacados de 1016 por A Closer Listen
Graced by lovely symbolic art from Cecilia Afonso Esteves and subtly subdued music from Federico Durand, Jardín de invierno is the most complete package of the winter season. Recorded in a “cold old house”, the album makes use of toy instruments and pinging tones, reminiscent of Lullatone, but with a slower pace and scuffier patina. These miniatures sound like frost on the windows, falling snow, the twinkle of sun on icy branches. The entire album is remarkably consistent, a series of tiny treasures that come across as gifts. Through it all, a static breeze blows against the windows, begging listeners to get up and look, and eventually to go out and play. Of all the winter music released in 2016, this album is the finest; for the complete experience, we recommend the physical edition.
Muchas gracias Richard Allen y ACL por la escucha sensible! F.