Keroxen 29 by Anisotrópico, Halli Crigi, Transitor Eye, Hara Alonso
Keroxen 29 review
Presenting the third volume of Keroxen's annual series of Radar compilations, joining the musical dots between restless and free-spirited artists working across the Canary archipelago.
With volume 1 loosely based around the indie and shoegazing art rock sounds made in the Islands, and a second volume exploring the experimental electronic music of Tenerife, we now welcome Volume 3, with a special showcase of Canary artists working from the diaspora.
Meet the hallucinatory acid folk from Tarragona based artist Transistor Eye, Amsterdam’s trio Halli Crigi raw, jazz/noise guitar improvisation, the glitchy and abstract piano minimalism by Sweden based Hara Alonso and the custom made midi based electronic orchestral compositions by Berlin based visual artist Arístides García aka Anisotrópico. Each artist delivers approximately 10 minutes of unique music which mixed together creates a weird and surprisingly fluid psychedelic journey, wrapped up as it’s always the case with these series in the pastoral retro-futurist collage artwork by Canarian artist Pura Márquez.
A1 - Anisotrópico - Codependencia
A2 - Anisotrópico - Hierbas Arrumáticas
A3 - Anisotrópico - Rumbo
A4 - Halli Crigi - Brink
A5 - Halli Crigi - Jerry Cat
B1 - Transistor Eye - Agapé
B2 - Hara Alonso - Un Segundo de Clarividencia
B3 - Hara Alonso - Polycall
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