domingo, 12 de agosto de 2012

RCRD LBL,The Deli & HighWire

Hello friends. This photograph taken by Mario La Rosario (Madrid,Spain) was chosen as Pic of the Day by RCRD LBL Magazine including some very nice words about our new album:

"If you like Tame Impala, you will like Fantasmes. Scratch that. If you like purple haze, if you like kissing, if you like the warmth of sun on your skin and the scratch of grass beneath your toes, you will like Fantasmes. The Puerto Rican psych team does all their ‘60s predecessors proud on “Redness Moon,” a swampy, reverb-heavy ride into dusk, billowing with lazy riffs, desert drums and hypnotic festival vox. Ready yourself for their upcoming album of the same name, out September 4 on Last Bummer. Trust us: you’re going to like it. A lot."
                                                                                               -Hillary Taylor for RCRD LBL

And there are more nice words about our upcoming release Redness Moon. Both Los Angeles' HighWire Magazine and New York City's The Deli Magazine reviewed it last week.

 Here are some of their words:

"What’s most interesting about Puerto Rico/NYC based band Fantasmes' latest album “Redness Moon” is not necessarily the obvious, but rather what is happening “underneath.” “Cloud Prepositions” emerges through a slow, purposeful, rising groove. Droning background pulses underscore prominent tambourine percussion, tubular-belled guitars and eno-esque treated keyboards..."  
                                                                                            -Dave Cromwell for The Deli
"The music of Puerto Rican duo Mario Negron and Dario Morales brings to mind the beach and the waves, the sun and the moon, of dancing blissfully under the stars around a crackling campfire, of picnicking in the mountains, surrounded by trees and smells and nature. Negron and Morales also delve into the landscape of the mind using effects to tweak our brains such as the monologue buried under the heavy blues stomp of Play It Wrong or the hard picked acoustic guitar swirls of Today Is Still, bells and there and gone wind instruments..."
                                                                                            -Bret Miller for HighWire Daze

Complete reviews here:

The Deli's Fantasmes 'Redness Moon' Review

HighWire's Fantasmes 'Redness Moon' Review 

(We greatly thank all who have listened and taken some of their time to write about Fantasmes. We really, really, really appreciate it.)

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