Bunbury chooses the new Las Novias album among his favorites this fall

bunbury He has just finished recording his new album. She did it at El Desierto Casa Estudio, on the outskirts of Mexico City, with Adan Jodorowsky at her side on bass and co-production; Currently, the work is in the mastering process (Bernie Grundman), after the mixes by Daniel Bitrián and another regular squire of the Aragonese, Jerry Ordóñez. In the recording there have been unusual musicians in previous efforts, in the case of drummer and percussionist Bernardo Rodríguez and the French Raoul Chichin (guitar) and Victor Mechanick (keyboards).

This week, as a prelude to the winter solstice, Bunbury offered on his networks a list of nine albums that he especially liked this fall. His countrymen from Las Novias appear on that list, a rock band from Zaragoza that the author of ‘Pequeño’ himself produced in his day. Specifically, on the album “Sueños en Blanco y Negro”. Las Novias have released this year ‘Stop bullet’, their new production, which Bunbury has placed in his particular top 9 of the season that is now ending.

The Zaragoza rock group Las Novias.
The Zaragoza rock group Las Novias.
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Other artists selected by Bunbury within his particular carpet of dry leaves (because they crunch, are poetry and activate serotonin) are Viva Suecia, present at the Live latino Spain of 2023 in Saragossa; the Murcian band has released ‘El amor de la clase que sea’ and is taking the national indie universe by storm, with good moorings on the other side of the Atlantic to consider an upcoming excursion through Latin stages.

In the rest of the names proposed by the man from Zaragoza, those from beyond the seas abound; It is almost a full technical. The Colombian Lucrecia Dalt, breaker of professional clichés, shows up with ‘¡Ay!’; the Mexican Lila Downs, also in the upcoming Vive Latino España de Zaragoza, is with her live show ‘Desde Bellas Artes’, which brings out her ecumenical approach from the subsoil of her land; Natalia Lafourcade, on the other hand, is quoted with ‘De todas las flores’, another great album that delves into the roots of Mexican tradition and resizes them in new languages. And what about Ángela Álvarez, the 95-year-old Cuban bolero singer who triumphed at the last Latin Grammy Awards ceremony, four years after her stage debut; Her self-titled album, of her own compositions, has touched Bunbury’s heart.

As for the Gutiérrez brothers, with Ecuadorian roots and a nationality shared with Switzerland, they appear with ‘El bueno y el malo’, the perfect music for crossing the desert at sunset. More from Mexico; The presence of the very young singer-songwriter from Chihuahua Kevin Kaarl has been a surprise for the followers of the man from Zaragoza. The tremendous impact of this newly minted talent is counted by millions and millions of reproductions of his ‘Paris, Texas’, where he pays homage to the eponymous film by Wenders and Dean Stanton, faithfully executing the so-called music of the border.

The ninth chosen group is from Madrid, although it could come from anywhere; of minority draft and disturbing mysticism, Mohama Saz plays with progressive rock and a sinister air in ‘Burn the ships’.

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Bunbury chooses the new Las Novias album among his favorites this fall