When creeping Western riffs make their way through a delicate sea of dunes, Alejandro & Stephan Gutiérrez are rarely far. A string length and eight years lie between the two brothers, who have also found each other in music. For half a decade and now over four albums, they have been drawing deep instrumental compositions together in the warm steppesand. Their South American roots are also reflected in their sound, in a landscape of bongos and maracas that provide the delightfully unexciting backdrop for a triad of Fender, Gibson and lap steel guitar. Their latest albumHijos del Solist inspired by endless drives through Mexican desert landscapes and the U.S. Southwest, marked by wanderlust and fed with melodies that draw from both past and present. A soundtrack that flushes us into the distance, at least acoustically, in times of stuckness and pause.
Support comes from Sandro P and AMOA, who take you to a place from which you would prefer not to return. The duo plays originals and interprets a few of their favorite songs. Expect voice and guitar, loops and beats. Let yourself be carried away by cinematic sounds.
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