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Boomkat Product Review:
Colombia's Las Malas Amistades have been working together for thirteen years now, ever since the group met at university, sharing a love of '60s and '70s latin American crooners and spikier indie rock sounds. This third album sees the group fashioning short-form pop songs from all manner of lo-fi acoustic and electronic sources. The end result is a kind of punky tropicalia, whose harmonic and rhythmic idiosyncrasies are made all the more impressive by the on-the-fly DIY sounds used in the making of the record (check out those Casio sounds). With the vast majority of these pieces clocking in at less than two minutes in length there's a real sense of succinctness to the album, which zips along, changing its instrumental palette from track to track. Despite that, there's never any sense of dislocation or fragmentation to the flow of the album, with each track sounding like a part of the same, skewed pop vision.