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DDLO: Sueños de Luna y Mar (Music Review)

By: Rob Perez (A Toast) –

Descargas de la Onda (DDLO) have released a sweet, soulful new EP, Sueños de Luna y Mar, which translates to Dreams of Moon and Sea. The four tracks—”El Mundo Fosforescente”, “El Día que Llegó el Payaso”, “El Pulpo y la Luna”, and “Nostalgia Majestuoso”—are surefire tracks that will definitely get you up dancing.

Mixing in traditional Latin sounds with more modern touches, Sueños de Luna y Mar is all Latin all the way. Each of the tracks deliver a unique sound, but all blend together really well. “El Dia que Llego el Payaso” has a really nice Spanish guitar sound that carries this track. “El Pulpo y la Luna” takes things to an eerie world but it is strangely hypnotic and will keep you listening. It’s a bit out of place here, but mysteriously, the track works with the rest of the EP.

If you love Latin music then Sueños de Luna y Mar is definitely an album you need in your collection.

About Rob Perez

I come from Long Island, NY where I was born, raised and currently still live. I grew up with New York City literally right next door to me where I get to experience everything great about the greatest city in the world, anytime I want to. Look me up especially if your film tastes are in sync with mine. I enjoy comedies, sci-fi, action, spy thrillers, indie films, just about anything with a decent plot. I've been reviewing music and films for 15 years and I'm looking forward to sharing my thoughts with MovieBoozer.com.

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