Pacarina
7"
limited to 300 copies
hand numbered
sleeve by Sarah Jones
price: 6€

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Ocelote Rojo "Pacarina"

A) Untitled #1

Ocelote Rojo – Untitled #1

B) Tenochtitlan Sunbeam

Ocelote Rojo – Tenochtitlan Sunbeam

The instrumental pieces by Francisco Javier Aravena Riveros are an intense, creative, free expression of the deep South America. Marked Viscerally with this imaginary opaque forests, animals and wild sounds, the young Chilean student of 24 years just composed his first album “Pacarina”. He delivers it under the name of Ocelote Rojo, a small mythical lynx, ancient symbol of Latin American unity and struggle of all its peoples.

“Untitled # 1″ is a beautiful ballad on acoustic guitar, which makes us dive into the fascinating tropicality of the Amazon. Described by the artist as a result of its Latin folk inspirations, it is reminiscent of Durutti Column or Ben Watt pop melancholy.

“Tenochtitlan Sunbean Gun” explores the more abstract side of Pacarina. It’s a warrior trance, punctuated by samples of “Dinosauria, We” by Charles Bukowski, as echoes to the Ocelote Rojo commitment.

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