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Customer Reviews

Javier in top form

I really like what I hear so far. Melting my ears like butter. I can rock this in the car, at the gym, or just hanging out at the house.

Wonderful blend of heavy and melodic

Very innovative and extremely fun to listen to. The whole album is a masterpiece and yet again, Javier shows us that his creativity knows no bounds. Very amazing listen and I highly recommend this to anybody that enjoys good music.

Second EP, Album??

Well he has a unique voice and its very obvious. His writing it clear and goes against the trends of 8 string guitar for most part. Some of his choices for guitar tones are beautiful others are a bit harsh. Overall it's a good release for what it is.

Biography

Formed: 2012 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '10s

Mestís is a Los Angeles-based instrumental rock project helmed by guitar virtuoso Javier Reyes of Animals as Leaders and T.R.A.M. The project's music contains extremely complex yet melodic arrangements that combine elements of jazz fusion, progressive metal, Latin music, and other influences. Mestís' recordings typically feature Reyes on eight-string guitar, bass, and productions duties. The project's 2012 debut EP, Basal Ganglia (released by Sumerian Records), featured drum programming by Reyes'...
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Polysemy, Mestís
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: Nov 06, 2015

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