Melquíades - Immapancy
I was recently introduced to the ambient - experimental project, Melquíades (Carlos Perea-Milla). He recently released the album, Keep A Seed via Canigou Records and I’ve become very attached to the single, “Immapancy.”
The nearly four minute song is a mesmerizing combination of flamenco guitar melodies, textured sounds and lo-fi instrumentation. Together they create an otherworldly atmosphere, one that is rich and vibrant, immediately captivating listeners. The album was created over a three year time span between London and Spain, recorded in various houses - each leaving their own imprint in sound.
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