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Written by Guillermo Escudero   
domingo, 04 abril 2021

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Baraboro | "Coatlicue's dreams" | No Technique | 2021

 


Baraboro | "Coatlicue's dreams" | No Technique | 2021


La Lituana Gintė Preisaitė a.k.a Baraboro es una artista y cantante quien reside en Copenhague, Dinamarca quien debuta en la etiqueta No Technique con su álbum “Coatlicue’s dreams”, el que consiste en ocho piezas electroacústicas.

Preisaitė toca piano, teclados y dispositivos electrónicos, además de incorporar registro de campo. El saxofón lo tocan Daniel Sousa y Michaela Turcerová.

“Sun and moon” que abren este disco se compone de distintas notas de saxofón que se intercalan entre sí, acompañado de algunos glitches y el canto de pájaros. “Spingsi” muestra sonidos comprimidos que incluyen piano y combinaciones abstractas de viñetas sintetizadas. En “Swim” aparece la voz melancólica de Preisaitė que evoca paisajes de soledad. En “Its ok and it's not” se aprecian pulsaciones rítmicas bajo una estructura canción que linda con el pop. En tanto que “Serpentine” se mueve calmo por las aguas ambient.

El último track de este disco,“See ya'” posee un lenguaje abstractos con tintes de jazz.

Nuestra protagonista muestra su propio estilo, inclasificable, lúdico y cierta simplicidad que esconde la densidad de la música.

https://www.notechnique.org/releases
https://baraboro.bandcamp.com/releases


Guillermo Escudero

Abril 2021

 

Lithuanian Gintė Preisaitė a.k.a Baraboro is a Copenhagen, Denmark-based artist and singer who debuts on No Technique label with her album “Coatlicue’s dreams” which consists of eight electro-acoustic pieces.

Preisaitė plays piano, keyboards and electronic devices, as well as incorporating field recordings. The saxophone is played by Daniel Sousa and Michaela Turcerová.

"Sun and moon" the opener of this album is made up of different saxophone notes that are interspersed with each other, accompanied by some glitches and birdsong. "Spingsi" displays compressed sounds including piano and abstract combinations of synthesized vignettes. On “Swim” the melancholic voice of Preisaitė appears, conjuring-up landscapes of loneliness. "Its ok and it's not" its pulsing beats are appreciated under a song structure that borders on pop. While "Serpentine" moves calmly through the ambient waters.

The last track on this album, “See ya '” has an abstract language with jazzy overtones.

Our protagonist shows her own style, unclassifiable, playful and a certain simplicity that hides the density of her music.

https://www.notechnique.org/releases
https://baraboro.bandcamp.com/releases


Guillermo Escudero

April 2021

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