11 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Introducing indie rock’s orchestral possibilities to traditional Mexican music. Rooted in Mexican folk rhythms and sung in Spanish and English, Luz Elena Mendoza’s intimately strummed songs turn into swirling, enchanted chorales familiar to fans of Animal Collective. Though it’s easily her most personal work to date, the music reaches ever outward, pouring forward with a momentum that feels organic and unforced more than meticulously arranged.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Introducing indie rock’s orchestral possibilities to traditional Mexican music. Rooted in Mexican folk rhythms and sung in Spanish and English, Luz Elena Mendoza’s intimately strummed songs turn into swirling, enchanted chorales familiar to fans of Animal Collective. Though it’s easily her most personal work to date, the music reaches ever outward, pouring forward with a momentum that feels organic and unforced more than meticulously arranged.

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