Monthly Archive: July 2017

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Luis Perez Ixoneztli – The Mountains of Madness (2017) – review

 An intimate expansive confluence of old school electronics (inspired by Karlheinz Stockhausen) and deep visionary otherworldly Pre-Columbian music. In his own country he is more famous for being a member of the Mexican folk band Huayucaltia. He has released several solos from 1981 to present, working mainly in the fusion of early Mexican music and electronics. He began the foundations of this recording with a monophonic analog Moog. A microtonal platform was used to create much of the sonic groundwork. Along with this were an array of ancient instruments made from organic material such as  bone, clay, plants, stone, wood and other natural substances.

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