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Monocultura

by Yezve

fusion is fatal
Genre: Latin: Rock en Espanol
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1. Barasuayó
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2. Bachata Para Violencia
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3. 5˚ De Mayo
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4. La Víspera
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5. Rosas
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6. Cuban Mambo
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7. Hola
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8. Pinche Día
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9. Curioso
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10. Super Chido (Pt.1)
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11. Oru Barroco
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Fu-
sion is
fatal. It
allows us
only to exist
in pieces & we
are freeing ourse-
lves of it. No longer
will we explain oursel-
ves to an apathetic society.
Our declaration of principles:
1.Fusion will be removed from
our artistic vernacular; 2.We will
sing Spanish; 3.Mainstream standard
is no longer our criteria. Only mu-
sic of the oppressed tries to ap-
eal to apathetic society. Fus-
ion is tearing us apart &
has become patholog-
ical. Fusion is fatal.
Latin Alternative
Now. Yezve:
21 Febrero
2010


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Gilbert


I have had quite some time to mull over the Monocultura album. Everytime I listen, I catch a little more of the the blend. The blend of many sounds to create one. A very nicely composed collection that spans lanaguge and presents an enjoyable listen. Congratulations.

William and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team

Latin/alternative album with electronic and hip hop elements
"Monocultura" by Yezve is an experimental Latin/alternative album filled with energy and a great variation in style. There is a sort of twisted jazz element in this band's sound that combines itself with traditional Latin elements along with quirky electronic sounds and soundscapes. The big accomplishment in this album is a collection of songs that contains off the wall arrangements and sounds that not only challenge your ears, but entertain you at the same time. More simply put, the songs are catchy and original. The album was recorded with the sense of analog meets digital. It keeps you on your toes. You will also appreciate the variation in vocal sounds that compliment the arrangements accordingly from track to track. "La Víspera" is enjoyable, with a gorgeous guitar progression, great vocal performance, and some quirky nuances. "Rosas" has a tight beat, a bass line that grooves, and is extremely catchy. "Super Chido (Pt. 1)" has kind of a 70's cop or even secret agent sort of a feel, with some old school hip hop elements as well. If you enjoy Latin/alternative bands that push the envelope, you will not be disappointed with Yezve's “Monocultura.”

Antonio

Avant Garde Latin
I’ve followed Chano’s Reel to Reel blog for a while for his music insights but hadn’t heard any demos of Monocultura so listening was a pleasant suprise. As a total the record is a collage of experimental latin music. My favorite tracks are Bachata Para Violencia, La Vispera and Pinche Dia.
Bachata, lyrically and musically is compelling. The carribean intro then the vox-effected low rapping is just cool. Lots of fun with voice effects here but also cool chorus melody and I love the the female backing vocals. “Si pides una cerveza y solo descubriste mayonesa...” LOL. Everybody loves an occasional cuss word, but I like Pinche Dia for more than the irreverance. We all have those bad days, and this song is a perfect track to play instead of road-raging an innocent abuelita for going slow in the fast lane. La Vispera is a beautiful emotional ballad you should hear. Rosas, Curioso and Super Chiodo are also memorable tracks, Thanks for the fresh music.