Presentado por BocaorejaCan we talk about lounge without succumbing to clichés and the classic name dropping? Which way would we look if we were trying to find a compelling cross between downtempo, prog and the pulpy cinematography of the 60s and 70s? Is instrumental music that mixed bag in which everything fits haphazardly? Holocausto caníbal, one of the songs included on Lottogatika (2020), the last interplanetary fiction of Red Passenger, points to influences related to RuggeroDeodato’s VHS universe, but also reveals to us a microcosm accommodating the volatility of Air, the grainy black and white of Fritz Lang, the free approach of Ornette Coleman, and the acid funk of Thundercat. And no, these guys don’t do post-rock. The Granadans’ music, therefore, expands in so many directions that it would almost be impossible to define where the specificity begins and the exercise of style ends. If we approach genre music as a way to accompany jazzy classicism through the dark twists and turns of the sonic thriller, Red Passenger, in its fixation with noir and sneaky parking dates, could exemplify the new indie avant-garde with its music for jungle cocktails, barbecues on Mars and exotic encounters in the great beyond. #downtempoSaturday 20th, 18.00h – Escenario AIE
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