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V / A // Anthology Of Experimental Music From Mexico CD

V / A // Anthology Of Experimental Music From Mexico CD

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SOUND MAPPING series Mexico edition that explores the "unknown sound" of non-Western countries by Italy's UNEX PLAINED SOUNDS GROUP.This work is a compilation album by 18 Mexican experimental musicians.Compiled by the aesthetics of the label, there are many unknown writers, but the quality is very high.

 

 

Whether it is being inspired by ancestral rituals, mixed with elements of endemic musical styles, or even if it was the result of pure introspection, there is no denying that Mexican experimental music has its very defined set of idiosyncrasies, which can only come from living in a place that has always been divided between progress and tradition.

For this new compilation, the Italian label Unexplained Sounds Group has gathered artists from different generations who are striving to keep this "scene" --a term I use reluctantly --alive, not only through their music but also by creating spaces and communities for other artists , both national and international, to thrive in. Even if its presence runs deep and is widely felt, stumbling upon this music feels like a reward, like unlocking a door to a secret place where the sound is deep, wide, and treated as a living entity; where live performances feel more like processions, liturgies, or mediums between this realm and the unknown, rather than simple entertainment. In that sense, experimental music in Mexico is a strange paradox: it is both a whisper and a scream.

artist: V / A

label: UNEXPLAINED SOUNDS GROUP

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SOUND MAPPING series Mexico edition that explores the "unknown sound" of non-Western countries by Italy's UNEX PLAINED SOUNDS GROUP.This work is a compilation album by 18 Mexican experimental musicians.Compiled by the aesthetics of the label, there are many unknown writers, but the quality is very high.

 

 

Whether it is being inspired by ancestral rituals, mixed with elements of endemic musical styles, or even if it was the result of pure introspection, there is no denying that Mexican experimental music has its very defined set of idiosyncrasies, which can only come from living in a place that has always been divided between progress and tradition.

For this new compilation, the Italian label Unexplained Sounds Group has gathered artists from different generations who are striving to keep this "scene" --a term I use reluctantly --alive, not only through their music but also by creating spaces and communities for other artists , both national and international, to thrive in. Even if its presence runs deep and is widely felt, stumbling upon this music feels like a reward, like unlocking a door to a secret place where the sound is deep, wide, and treated as a living entity; where live performances feel more like processions, liturgies, or mediums between this realm and the unknown, rather than simple entertainment. In that sense, experimental music in Mexico is a strange paradox: it is both a whisper and a scream.

artist: V / A

label: UNEXPLAINED SOUNDS GROUP