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Boomkat Product Review:
This is one absolutely bizarre record, and I have to say now that I adore it. Apparently the band was birthed in 1994 by a bunch of art and film students in Columbia, and the gang of miscreants began to experiment making spontaneous music taking influence from classic Spanish-language vocalists and haunting film soundtracks. The resulting audio mess is much harder to pin down, somewhere between Jandek, Fonal's TV Resistori and Serge Gainsbourg it's one of the strangest concoctions I've heard this year. It's the sort of record that appears to have come from nowhere - I haven't been lucky enough to hear the band's 2001 debut album, but if it's anywhere near as bonkers as 'Jardin Interior' then chances are it would be worth grabbing hold of. Want proof of my rabid rants? Take a listen to 'Hay Zombies En La Playa' (yes that's what it's called...) which sounds like Jean Michelle Jarre as realised by young Spanish children, you know deep down that this sort of thing never ever works but for some reason it sounds honest and hugely enjoyable. I'm no fan of music that emphasises zany for the sake of it, but trust me when I say that Las Malas Amistades pull it off quite magnificently. A huge recommendation and without a doubt one of the most interesting collections of songs I've heard all year.