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Boomkat Product Review:
Erica Garcia established Mountain Party specifically to fill a slot in a Devendra Banhart-curated music festival (the snappily titled Hypnorituals and Mesmemusical Miracles Hanging In The Sky festival, to be precise). As you'd imagine from that snippet of background information, Mountain Party's sound is very much informed by hazily recorded psych-tinged folk, citing Andean music as a particular influence. You can certainly hear elements of that in tracks like 'Guarani' and the wonky Ry Cooder-isms of 'High Way'. Elsewhere the witchy, muffled incantations of 'Himno 3' bring to mind an occultishly-inclined Grouper. For the main part though, Afternoon In Bamboos is an album comprised of intimate acoustic guitar and vocal-based confessions, all saturated in a familiar haze of four-track hiss and primitive echo effects, the sort of thing that's so synonymous with the acid folk scene.