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Far overdue!

Javier Reyes steps out from behind the shadow of Tosin Abasi and shows what he has to offer as a soloist. I don't wanna downplay AAL or Tosin's playing, but this touches an entirely different part of my musical palate. Beautifully composed. It's like chilled out Deftones meets chilled out Mars Volta, but with no vocals. Would love to see a Mestis tour.

Great instrumetal

If you like AAL, you'll love this! Luz Y Cielo is one of the most beautiful songs I have ever heard in the instrumental genre.

Spectacular Record!

Masterful compositions with Spanish names are always appealing! I don't believe that Reyes stood in the shadows of Abasi. They complemented each other with their impeccable musical skills.

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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