Come To Mexico

by Totorro

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lausdervernunft
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lausdervernunft when you hear this music, the world seems to be a better place. its just like musical pink glasses. this music always saves my day. no matter how bad or stressful it was, totorro brings me to the good vibes. i love it so much. Favorite track: Gérard Blast.
Samuel Broadbent
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Samuel Broadbent Brocolissimo is exactly what I listen to math rock for. The subtle meter changes slightly disguised by syncopation, leading to a 4 over 3 that you can feel more than count; as it is again disguised by syncopation. Overall a great album to either sit down and analyze or just to absent-mindedly listen to. Favorite track: Brocolissimo.
Mattia
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Mattia This is a great album! After having binge-listened to "Home Alone" I looked forward to this a lot. I was not disappointed. Departing from the "heavy" moments on the previous releases, to some extent, this album has many Interesting moments and feels like there is a certain development culminating in Gérard Blast and the homonymous song. Long story short: Did I like it/listen to it more than "Home Alone"? No. Would I recommend it? Yes! Favorite track: Gérard Blast.
KB
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KB This is such a fun, energetic album. Awesome stuff. Favorite track: Come to Mexico.
Andrew Halcomb
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Andrew Halcomb It's 9:30 AM on a Monday morning at work. I should be miserable, but I'm not. Instead I'm listening to this and nearly wiggling myself right out of my seat. Thank you, Totorro!
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released October 21, 2016

All songs composed arranged and performed by Xavier Rosé, Bertrand James, Jonathan Siche, Christophe Le Flohic.

Additional trumpet by Clément Lemennicier on Come To Mexico.

Recorded by Mathieu Fisson at Jimmy and Gillian's house, in Plédran, France.

Mixed by Thomas Poli at Impersonal Freedom studio in Rennes, France.

Mastered by Mike Marsh at The Exchange, in London, UK.

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