6 thoughts on “Trance Music + Flamenco Guitar = Techno Flamenco

  1. I think the guy has some growing to do musically, relative to meatier compositions, but in his case, it might not be such a leap. That was too boom-bap for me overall, but he took great breaks and showed some sense of tension and release. The guitar playing was pretty good as well; he has the shape of it in hand, so he can go more complex if he chooses to. Thumbs up.

  2. The beauty of the guitar deserves more unique production to come unto a cohesive whole of its own, as opposed to "generic trance with nice guitar playing on top".

    (Nor do I want something like Timo Maas' "Subtellite", which has some nice flamenco flourishes but does mnml a disservice by being stagnant and repetitive sans growth.)

  3. The beauty of the guitar deserves more unique production to come unto a cohesive whole of its own, as opposed to "generic trance with nice guitar playing on top". I should be able to listen and go, "Aha! That sounds like ____."

    (Nor do I want something like Timo Maas' "Subtellite", which has some nice flamenco flourishes but does mnml a disservice by being stagnant and repetitive sans growth.)

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