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deep edits of Argentinian folklore, that take you to the shimmering path of digital dusk and acoustic dawn.
Favorite track: Manolo y Julio Gómez Carrillo - De Lejas Tierras (Barda Edit).
The sound of a distant time and place. Rough, green landscapes, rivers and the music of leaves blown by the wind, enticed by the beat of a drum or a kultrum.
The strum of a charango is revived decades later, finding space in the silence between electronic beats, in a stillness where anything can happen: a crack, an electronic bass or just a pause in time.
On Estelas Argentine producer Cecilia Gebhard AKA Barda revives three pieces of music from her home continent, each from a distant time, place and author but sharing the limelight together for the first time and creating a new dialogue between them. Rarely, if ever, did Alejandro Camara, Hermanos Berbel and Manuel y Julio Gómez Carrillo share the same stage.
Barda carefully unites these tracks, revisits them with a dexterity, skill and respect for the originals, putting them in a new context and highlighting their ability to evoke the landscapes that inspired them, this time together, looking out from under the same tree.