11 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Dominating the world of rock en español with their fuzzed-out guitars and cerebral melodies, Zoé's songs always make us feel like we're leaving Earth's atmosphere, and Reptilectric is this five-piece's most gorgeously psychedelic album to date. The billowing synthesizers of "Nada" and the multi-layered vocals on the hazy "Poli" build a kaleidoscopic feel. The thumping rhythm and grinding guitar riffs of "Neandertal" have an earthier appeal, while the chaotic closer, "Babilonia," mixes churchy harmonies with buzzing keyboard riffs and a disorienting start-stop rhythm.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Dominating the world of rock en español with their fuzzed-out guitars and cerebral melodies, Zoé's songs always make us feel like we're leaving Earth's atmosphere, and Reptilectric is this five-piece's most gorgeously psychedelic album to date. The billowing synthesizers of "Nada" and the multi-layered vocals on the hazy "Poli" build a kaleidoscopic feel. The thumping rhythm and grinding guitar riffs of "Neandertal" have an earthier appeal, while the chaotic closer, "Babilonia," mixes churchy harmonies with buzzing keyboard riffs and a disorienting start-stop rhythm.

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