Flor de Loto
Flor de Loto
Flor de Loto's sophomore album, "Madre Tierra", finds the band heading for a more mature and more robust situation of their prog-folk style. It is almost incredible, yet clearly noticeable how well the strong guitar interventions of Alonso Herrera and the flaming woodwind elaborations set at unison the marriage of pre-Hispanic tradition and red hot complex rock. Meanwhile, drummer Jorge Puccini delivers a powerful foundation by using his relentless stamina to wipe out the dust of the ground and using his sense of precision to lay down the pace for the melodic developments. Bassist Alejandro Jarrín uses his inventive bass lines and adornments to set some sort of bridge between melody and tempo.
Their third album, "Mundos Bizarros", finds the band exploring the enhancement of contrasts between their soft and rocking sides, in this way bearing a tendency toward darker moods. It would be accurate to say that the rocking side has assumed a certain preponderant, but still this is an eclectic band with strongly planted fusionesque roots. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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