The Fin

on SERIES MEDIA 2011 / SERN34
02/14/2011 Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
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Revisiting the days where there were no names for dubstep, grime and other similar sounds, we find Cooptrol,  an uruguayan musician who has been moving through different sounds with a particular common element: the power of bass. On this occasion, this element is mediated by sharp keyboards, syncopated rhythms, pounding metal textures and commutated bits, that elegantly denotes a new Latin American sound, stepping  away from that cliché of “being latino/being involved in folklore”.
Cooptrol is back and his new sound aesthetics sets it aside from the current Latin American sound, happily.

* Recorded in Montevideo - Uruguay
2011
* Coverart: Felipe Cuartas

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