12 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

For over a decade, Argentinian producer Chancha Via Circuito, a.k.a. Pedro Canale, has wrapped textures from avant-garde electronic music around Latin American rhythms. On Bienaventuranza, he builds an eerily beautiful journey built from cumbia's rhythms like an ambient techno artist. Winding from the uneasy-but-hypnotic swing of the trip-hop-inspired "Barú" to the mallets-and-synths minimalism of "Kawa Kawa," it's an unearthly world to get lost within.

EDITORS’ NOTES

For over a decade, Argentinian producer Chancha Via Circuito, a.k.a. Pedro Canale, has wrapped textures from avant-garde electronic music around Latin American rhythms. On Bienaventuranza, he builds an eerily beautiful journey built from cumbia's rhythms like an ambient techno artist. Winding from the uneasy-but-hypnotic swing of the trip-hop-inspired "Barú" to the mallets-and-synths minimalism of "Kawa Kawa," it's an unearthly world to get lost within.

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