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Accomplished shoegaze and etherwave with strong industrial inspiration from Quito, Ecuador’s Sexores, involving voices from Haiti, Brazil, Mexico and Peru for a real taste of South American dreamy gothic chiming with Julee Cruise, MJ Guider, Silent Servant
“Our fourth album is a seductive and sinister interpretation of some stories of witches and magical books that have come to us condensed by means of oral legends and traditions of the different cultures that we have known. This compendium of stories and sounds could become your own ritual to invoke your demons and face them in the darkness of any night of insomnia and anxiety.
'Salamanca' is an evocative work that honors all those women who have been unjustly killed in times when institutions feared that power would lose its patriarchal center. The Witch Hunt is undoubtedly one of the most ominous events in modern history and, in this album, we wrote some chronicles that claim the image of many women labeled in this way. The lyrics are the result of an exhaustive investigation that collects elements of folklore from various parts of the planet and absorbs an unusual power and meaning when music enters the darkest passages we have explored in collaboration with various female Latin American artists: a mixture of Darkwave, dreampop, poetry, magic and sound experimentation. 'Salamanca' is a pagan fest, a coven, a celebration and our fifth recording work in 10 years of career.
For the most part, free software was used for the production of this album, avoiding the implicit restrictions when using proprietary software and seeking technological independence within a work that seeks freedom as the main objective.”