Mataron a las mujeres, violaron a los caballos

by MUTANTES MELANCÓLICOS

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SUBTLE PSEUDO-ACOUSTIC LAMENT
ON A TRIP TO THE UNEXPECTED

On this EP Madrid starts working on a sound based on austerity. He uses voices and instruments to create an intimate and introspective climate; delivering an almost bare sound. He chooses to give the acoustic guitars a preeminent place to get even closer to melancholy.
On the other hand, the artist reminds us that by the time he recorded this series of songs the unplugged sessions were in vogue on cable TV music broadcasters; he still keeps the CD of Neil Young´s MTV performance and he remembers this one was in massive rotation on his CD player with a couple of Nikki Sudden´s albums he´d also purchased by that time.
A journalist assured that Madrid nonsensical and guttural rant was the proof of the resemblance between Mutantes Melancólicos and The Birthday Party or Foetus, he also highlighted the affordably dimensioned novel mutant sound in which his electroacoustic strumming made a huge contrast with the distortion effects that populated his first production.
“Ríndete y tendrás un juicio justo” was the original title Madrid had thought for this album. After discussing about other options with his friend, the painting artist Leo Leos, both agreed that given this body of work´s characteristics the best title would be: “Mataron a las mujeres, violaron a los caballos”.

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released October 12, 2011

Composed, played, produced and recorded by Gustavo Madrid between November and December 1993 at El Quinto with the support of Leo Kaplan and Cecilia Costa.

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Gustavo Madrid Buenos Aires, Argentina

On his lyrics he doesn´t want to tell stories; he leaves that to a short story or to a novel.. For his songs, he prefers sentences that act like lashes, images, ideas; that are musical, without a complete or obvious sense and, if it´s possible, the ones that can awaken questions to be left unanswered. ... more

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