Entre R?os Idioma Suave/Sal
- Words: Sean O'Neal
- Label: Darla
Argentinean trio Entre R?os likes it soft, silky and heart-tugging. Their music is so charming and cute yet melancholy all at once, you almost can't take it. Both Idioma Suave and Sal were originally released in Europe on Elefant Records, in 2002 and 2003 respectively, but Darla couldn't resist licensing these avant-garde pop gems for the States (adding bonus tracks and .mpeg videos). While Sal is more developed, both chug tenderly with minimal beats, digital glitches and fluffy melodies. But it's Isol's refreshingly beautiful Spanish singing that triggers a profoundly childlike emotion between pleasure and dismay, spawning pure solace and gentle relief.
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