De no estar


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A sigh condensed on a half an hour of beautiful and sincere music (…) ROCKDELUX David Morán

Daniel Ardura (Alado sincera), Pasto Martí (Cataplàusia) and Carles Viarnès have created a brilliant and unusual album. De no estar’ is a serene act builed up to undress the time. An album that involves a return to the most intimate lyrics of Ardura but this time to be developed among diferent fields instead: Closer to experimental pop rather than, at a glance, anything else…

By the use of both diatonic harmonies and monolithic structures in such an absolutelly patent way, Sonio stretch the preconceived instrumental austerity getting to just obviate the song itself, to precisely emphasize its own form, and meaning.

Terse memories, flashes getting amplified, journey notebooks on song form, each one of them as a piece for a single moment and every moment as free scrap, battle of unfocused witnesses.



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