Dark Waters Of Argentina

After spending a year and a half in Argentina I discovered many small bands from South America. Those types of bands I would never have discovered without living there and meeting people who create and share what they love. 

 

Agua Oscura (meaning “dark water” in English) is one of those bands. The first album of this mystic and spiritual duet ( simply named Volumen 1) took me so much by surprise, that I caught myself wandering around the streets of Buenos Aires listening to it twice in a row.

The artists created a unique ambience with South American folklore, experimental touch-ups, nature sounds, and amazing voice harmonies that sooth and hit hard at the same time. If you know Spanish, it will be a true pleasure to dissolve in the poetic and strong messages sent by the band. But without even knowing the language, the music leaves you with a feeling on the skin that just means something. 

This is just how music is…covering us with its energy and flow…so we can become and forever understand it.

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