Can a drum machine dance to the rhythm of a muñeira? Are there common points between an aturuxo and a clubbing session? Can the rhythms of yesterday sound like those of the day after tomorrow? Is there room for Galician folk music to transcend territories more typical of the musical avant-gardes?The Rías Baixas are our Amazon. BAIUCA makes it clear, the new project captained by Alejandro Guillán (known for projects like Alex Casanova), where he manages to combine the most advanced and avant-garde electronic music with the wildest and purest roots of his native Galicia. A neotraditionalist reboot that keeps the cable grounded at the roots but connects with the most advanced tendencies of electronic music: with both cultural and political vindication, as a resignification of traditional symbols and removing the old-concept stigma to the root music, taking them to the terrain of the contemporary.A dialogue between Galicia before yesterday and that of the day after tomorrow. That's what BAIUCA's music projects, which uses samples of traditional instrumentation (shells, flutes, bagpipes, tambourines, ocarinas...), but passed through the filter of some bases that move between the techno, the global bass or the ruminations of house music from such an exploratory and geosonic perspective as accessible to the dance floor.His first official long album is entitled “Solpor” (Raso Estudio, 2018), just released and is published by Raso Estudio.
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