10 Songs, 51 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Zoé: Panoramas finds the Mexican alt-rock band leaning into their longtime fascination with endless grooves and ambient soundscapes. While these instrumentals were crafted to score to Zoé's recent concert film, the album is plenty beguiling without the visual accompaniment, blending evocative downtempo excursions ("Foco Loco") with hypnotic epics inspired by krautrock's motorik beat ("155"). Conjuring wide-open vistas and high-speed movement, the propulsive moments grip you like the work of soundtrack maestro Giorgio Moroder, while the atmospheric miniatures have an Eno-ish blend of the eerie and the entrancing.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Zoé: Panoramas finds the Mexican alt-rock band leaning into their longtime fascination with endless grooves and ambient soundscapes. While these instrumentals were crafted to score to Zoé's recent concert film, the album is plenty beguiling without the visual accompaniment, blending evocative downtempo excursions ("Foco Loco") with hypnotic epics inspired by krautrock's motorik beat ("155"). Conjuring wide-open vistas and high-speed movement, the propulsive moments grip you like the work of soundtrack maestro Giorgio Moroder, while the atmospheric miniatures have an Eno-ish blend of the eerie and the entrancing.

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