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It is time for the fifth release of Discos Nutabe, this time coming from Bogotá’s Lunate, who pays homage to his home town with some serious house music.
"A La Sombra de los Cerros" is the first track, composed with a jam of synthesizers and rhythm machines where Lunate evokes certain nuances of the past, as a tribute to his life as an artist in the great city of Colombia.
"Bogotá Adentro" is based on the narrative of the book "Toño Ciruelo" by Evelio Rosero, who describes the diverse reality of a city like Bogotá, city of brutal contrasts. Lunate describes this track as an ocean of sensations, a markedly atmospheric and serene track, a mental interlude for the dance floor.
"Luz de Domingo" marks acid and atmospheric textures where Lunate wants to reflect the calm of Sunday in the big city. A breath, a recharge, a change of reality, a truce agreed by the city and the calendar before the incessant evolution of the frantic days that follow.
Great package oozing with quality and variety. Just what the doc ordered.
Sil says: Analogue sounds, a bit of acid and that retro sound that Environ Records managed to cement so well in the early 00s are all here in one way or the other. For the brave ears out there!
A1. A La Sombra De Los Cerros
A2. Bogotá Adentro
B1. Luz De Domingo