“Dusty rock” is an uncommon style in Chile, and perhaps it is this label that best defines the sounds of this trio from Santiago with a clear predilection for hard-blues. Psychedelic 70s-ish guitar riffs, long mantras with an aftertaste of desert sessions, and a clear inclination towards mental expansion make these heirs to the least histrionic Led Zeppelin, or the Davies brothers themselves, a solid selection for these times in which such classicism is absent from playlists. With nods to the Flamin’ Groovies, Johnny Thunders and Nikki Sudden & The Jacobites, in case there is still room for suspicions amongst the readers of Ruta 66. #Rock

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