|Los Mundos / Calor Central|
|Add Date:||2019-04-09||Pull Date:||2019-06-11|
|Week Ending:||2 Jun||26 May||19 May||12 May||5 May||28 Apr||21 Apr||14 Apr|
|1.||Jun 27, 2021:||The Library (rebroadcast from May 29, 2019) |
|4.||May 22, 2019:||Brownian Motion |
|2.||May 29, 2019:||Brownian Motion |
Subterraneo Mar Jurásico
|5.||May 15, 2019:||Brownian Motion |
|3.||May 29, 2019:||The Library |
|6.||May 15, 2019:||The Library |
‘Los Mundos’ (translation; ‘The Worlds’) hail from Mexico and have been kicking around since 2012, releasing five albums. Los Mundos slithers out of Monterrey, Mexico like a psychedelic serpent ready to draw blood. Undulating along riff-heavy guitar lines and fuzzed-out bass, Luis Angel Martinez and Alejandro Elizondo cut a path through psychedelia that pulls from sources as diverse as the Beach Boys, the Jesus and Mary Chain, and horror legend H.P. Calor Central is an album based on the Jules Verne story Journey to the Center of the Earth.|
Shoegaze, Psychedelia, Stoner Rock
Like: The Jesus And Mary Chain, Mint Field, My Bloody Valentine, Vaya Futuro
1.Calor Central (5:28) Echoes pays homage to its origins and the with the vocals being administered in a chanted style.
2.Apertura (2:17) Fuzz laden guitar overlying a mesmeric beat that drives throughout.
3.Sin Vertigo (5:12) Vocals are hypnotizing, a short sharp burst of heavy psych.
4.Olas de Lava (4:08) Moves at a steady pace and highlights the bands ability to write great songs.
5.Subterraneo Mar Jurasico (9:06) Fuzzed up guitars going into overdrive, pounding rhythms and a catchy as Hell vocal melody.
6.La Salida (2:24) Ties everything together neatly and completes the journey by once more bringing everything together.
|1.||Calor Central||4.||Olas De Lava|
|2.||Apertura||5.||Subterraneo Mar Jurásico|
|3.||Sin Vertigo||6.||La Salida|