So, this one is going to be a bit of a rush because I have other things to write about, but even if I didn't I wouldn't have much to say about this album. It left me speechless.
Unfortunately, I haven't heard much of Milton's work until now. I've been listening to Clube da Esquina for ages, I heard Minas and Clube da Esquina 2 a while ago, but that's it. I should be arrested for that. ... read more
In its 10 minutes, there is a peace that goes hand in hand with the pain, as if the inaccessible noises - full of subtle, dissonant alterations - and the complicated atmospheres had the same meaning, in a way that you can hear, through the noises, the cries for salvation of ... read more
Despite the occasional pleasant elements, most of the time - apart from the dazzling blurry filters that cover the work - this rather short LP fails to ... read more