Insólito UniVerso – Vuelve / Décima
Insolito UniVerso melds a multitude of styles around their Venezuelan roots to create a magical fanfare of rhythm. The music is so approachable and fun. It's human nature makes it a hit for such a wide audience.
From the Collectivo Futuro imprint, Olindo:
"The 2nd release in our Venezuelan 7" trilogy comes from Paris based quartet Insólito UniVerso, a project that takes inspiration from a wide range of sources such as psychedelic folk, baroque singing, and traditional Latin American music, particularly through the rhythms and instruments of Venezuelan folklore.
Vuelve is a joropo, which is Venezuela’s most recognizable traditional genre. There are many variations within joropo, but the most widely spread one hails from the western plains. This style is usually played with harp, cuatro, and maracas. However, Vuelve is far from a traditional song as it incorporates drums, electric bass and a Farfisa organ; imagine for a second what would be if Stereolab was born in the Venezuelan “llanos”.
On the B side, Décima is a song inspired by a Venezuelan “malagueña” from the North East region. Its slow and deep rhythm is met by Edgar Bonilla and guest Rodrigo Miqueles’ cosmic synth landscapes. While the lyrics talk about how music and song allow us to transcend reality and break the space-time continuum when the world inflicts too much pressure on us."
7" Vinyl limited to 300 copies.