Barrio Lindo has quite the interesting background. He's an instrument maker by trade, and often makes ethnic and traditional instruments with his bare hands; on the list of stuff he's made African harps and string instruments from India. Along with this, he's felt strong cultural ties to his Argentinian tribes that have developed his unique sense of musical style.
This fascination with these traditional music pieces have resulted in him experimenting with various sounds like his newest track "El Aire." There is a beautiful and melodic component that plays with flutes and for once I'm writing about a song that isn't dark. While I don't know much about indigenous Argentinian music, it definitely has an indigenous feel to it that doesn't appear often under my radar.
Overall, Lindo brings an ethnic beauty that blends the trends of our ancestral past with the styles of the electronic today.
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- Project Mooncircle
- April 4, 2014