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Marina Fages — Dibujo de Rayo (May 15, 2015)

Marina Fages — Dibujo de Rayo (May 15, 2015)

ARG         Marina Fages — Dibujo de Rayo (May 15, 2015)Marina Fages — Dibujo de Rayo (May 15, 2015)Born: 1983, Buenos Aires
Style: grunge and hardcore–punk, experimental
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Album release: May 15, 2015
Record Label: Panai
Duration:     48:42
Tracks:
01. Albayalde      4:27
02. Dibujo de Rayo      4:57
03. Barrio Infinito      3:37
04. Conspiración Abierta      6:19
05. Anillo Radioactivo      2:09
06. La Realidad      5:25
07. Gema Voluntad      3:54
08. Esta Noche      1:12
09. Lleváme      3:42
10. El Poder      4:02
11. Cuarto de Madera      4:14
12. Casas del Viento      4:44
Personnel:
♠  Marina Fages is credited with singing and guitar, charango, and clarinet, violín, batería
♠  Sergio Verdinelli  drummer
♠  Diego Acosta  bassist, bajo
♠  Rosario Baeza  violinist
♠  Anahi Parrilla Belfer  cellist
♠  Fernando Kabusacki  electric guitarist
with
♠  Juani Guerrieri  cello y coros
♠  Camilo Carabajal  bombos legüeros
♠  Anahí Parrilla Belfer  cello
♠  Ignacio Czornoga  guitarras
♠  Lules Soy  gritos
♠  Mene Savasta y Santiago Martínez  sintetizadores
♠  Juan Manuel Ramírez  batería
Credits:
♠  Marina Fages: composición de todos los temas
♠  Producido por: Diego Acosta y Marina Fages
♠  Grabado en Mawi Road entre febrero y marzo 2015
♠  Masterizado por Gustavo Lafourcade en Steps Ahead 
Lyrics:
Albayalde
Blanco Albayalde color, lo fue / Blanco veneno cambió después / Dejalo ir en libertad, ya volverá / Así es el Rayo / Recorriendo el camino pudimos después observar el color / Sobre el cielo subía serpiente dorada de sol y después / Blanco Albayalde al sur cambió / Blanca la espuma y la cal de ésta casa / Dejalo ir en libertad, ya volverá / Así es el Rayo / Recorriendo el camino pudimos después observar el color / Sobre el cielo subía serpiente dorada de sol y después / Todo, todo, todo / Blanco, blanco, blanco
Review
♠  Argentinean artist Marina Fages (born in Buenos Aires, 1983) is clearly someone possessing multiple talents: not only does she sing, play, and write music, she’s also a painter of some note, as evidenced by the oil painting displayed on a poster included with her second solo album Dibujo de Rayo (“Drawing of ray” in Spanish). In contrast to the folk–styled tone of her 2012 debut album Madera Metal, the new fourteen–song collection ranges widely, from restrained acoustic songs to harder–edged material that harks back to the grunge and hardcore–punk bands she played in during her youth.
♠  Though Fages is credited with singing and guitar, charango, and clarinet, Dibujo de Rayo isn’t a solo album on production grounds, as she’s joined by drummer Sergio Verdinelli, bassist Diego Acosta, violinist Rosario Baeza, cellist Anahi Parrilla Belfer, and electric guitarist Fernando Kabusacki, among others, on the recording. All of the musicians are identified on the poster insert, along with lyrics that for whatever reason alternate between Spanish, English, and Japanese (the singing’s all in Spanish, for the record).
♠  Although “Albayalde” and “Dibujo de Rayo” assert the album’s harder edge and band feel at the outset, the songs’ indie–punk squalor can’t conceal Fages’ talent as a pop melodist. Like Sonic Youth, Hüsker Dü, Nirvana, or any number of other bands, peel back the raw guitar work on a song like “Esta Noche” and you’ll find a melodic hook and pop song structure. Having established that side of the album, Fages, armed with the folkloric charango, exposes her softer side in “Barrio Infinito” plus the breezy “Conspiración Abierta,” the latter memorable for the way her singing so strongly suggests Gwen Stefani singing in Spanish.
♠  “Anillo Radioactivo” plays like Fages paying homage to LA punk band X, and “Casas del Viento” receives two treatments, an acoustic version pairing her voice and clarinet with strings and an uptempo one with drums added; in the former, the interplay between the woodwind, cello, and violin makes for one of the album’s most memorable moments. The album’s common thread, of course, is her singing, which comes through clearly regardless of whether it surfaces in a blistering track such as “Llevame” or something gentler. In truth, the punk-styled songs are obviously the noisiest, but it’s subtler material such as “Cuarto de Madera,” featuring Fages alone, that leaves a more lasting impression. Perhaps it’s no accident that she concentrates more on songs of this kind during the album’s second half. ♠  http://www.textura.org/
Bandcamp: https://marinafages.bandcamp.com/releases
Website: http://www.marinafages.com.ar/
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Marina Fages — Dibujo de Rayo (May 15, 2015)

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