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Dot Dash

by Letters from Readers

A restless sonic zigzag, an instrumental disc,converge postock, electronics, created by 4 musicians Gera Montoya -Drums, Ruben Tamayo -Guitars, Rodo -Bass,Valentin -Synths. A match of downtempo and rhythmic dizziness as wind gustsin in a sandstorm
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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Letters From readers is Gerardo Montoya's music project which mixes electronics, samples, beats, synth, guitar, bass, ambient noise, video projections, and live drums to produce a sonic wall of abstract, chaotic noise and visuals that seem fall into place like clockwork. Gerardo along with the help of friends Ruben Tamayo, Valentin Torres & Rodo Ibarra just finished recording their new album "Dot Dash" and will be releasing it on the Tijuana based label At At Records. SOUNDCULT Musiczine


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