Buenos Aires has its own flair and there's hardly any city in the world that can compete with its spirit of urban beauty. It's full of lightness, melancholy and cosiness which makes it a perfect place for sound artists like Leandro Fresco, vital element around key people of Buenos Aires' electronic music scene like Leo Garcia or Gustavo Lamas. Leandro's music is like his town. His style seems to be purely emotional or emotionally pure. The spirituality inherent in his music pervades marble, stone and iron. His record 'Amor Internacional' features a fine little club hit called 'Cero Uno': a track which reminds you of Adamski's 'Killer' groove with mind-blowing harmonies that will ruffle up your hackle and make it swing and dance. A real must-have for lovers of stylish entertainment and more sophisticated 80ies sounds a la DFA or Playgroup. The three other tracks of 'Amor Internacional' are floating in the seventh heaven of pop ambient music, a heaven that above Buenos Aires in particular sounds to be full of violins. Despite recession or just because...
EIN KLEINER FEINER CLUBHIT AUS BUENOS AIRES UND DREI ZARTE POP AMBIENT MONSTER.
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