187 Steps to cross the Universe

by Jardín de la Croix

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Harald Pabisch
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Harald Pabisch Listened to a few songs of this album because loved Circadia.
After first 2 songs --> Shut up and take my money!
Matthew Rukgaber
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Matthew Rukgaber This is a bit rawer from a production standpoint compared to their most recent album, Circadia. The first two songs are also a bit more post-rock-y than the songs on Circadia. The clean channel guitar work on the third track really suggests their Spanish origins (very Paco de Lucia). Overall this is beautiful and absorbing progressive guitar rock. Favorite track: Colorado springs.
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Spronghi Just the best album i've ever heard Favorite track: Talking with planets.
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Recorded at Sadman Estudios by Carlos Santos (November 2012)
Mixed at Sadman Estudios by Carlos Santos (December 2012)
Mastered at Fascination Street by Jens Bogren (January 2013)
Artwork by Alonso Urbanos

Released 21 Feb 2013 by Noma Records www.nomarecords.com


released February 21, 2013

All songs written and recorded by Jardín de la Croix
Ander Carballo/Guitar. Israel Arias/Drums
Carlos Schonert/Bass. Pablo Rodríguez/Guitar

Guest musicians:
Strings: Marcos Álvarez and Cecilia Tallo
Acoustic&additional Guitars: Daniel Maganto
Throat singing: Daniel Cherene




Jardín de la Croix Madrid

Jardín De La Croix is a Spanish instrumental math rock band formed in 2007 in Madrid. The group finds itself at ease within its prominent and complex rhythmic structures and its layered harmonic guitars usually arranged in lengthy instrumental compositions. Although the group is regarded as progressive rock by their members, it has been dubbed math rock or alternative rock by some ... more


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