by Colateral Soundtrack
Collage is a headphone treat. It is a blend of all things Mexico —old and new— and it has been living on my headphones ever since Edgar sent me an early copy of it. And I swear, as soon as I started listening to it, the cold, painful grip of winter started to loosen. There has been almost a 20 degree shift in the right direction and I can't help but think it has something to do with Buen Dia being stuck on repeat as I mamba around town, dodging puddles of melted snow.
Here's Edgar's thoughts on it:
This album is available for 'whatever price you like'. You really shouldn't be without it, it just isn't fair on your ears.
What Others Are Saying:
I Guess I'm Floating: "I urge you to listen to the whole EP on headphone for the full visceral experience”
Head Underwater: “It’s an album made of various sounds ranging from some of the best latin drums I’ve heard to classic sound bites”
No Modest Bear: “The album should be experienced in its entirety (with headphones on).”
Relentless Noisemaker: “I can't get over how good this is.”
Weekly Tape Deck: “The music is loungy and vegetative, almost comes off with a Baroque vibe like a Latin American ‘Keep Shelly In Athens’”
Listen Before You Buy: “A perfectly named collection of old Mexican snippets fused with those modern Mexican sounds and beats.”