#25 Cristobal & The Sea - My Love (Ay Ay Ay)

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Cristobal & The Sea have are modern hippies to the core. With a beautiful spirit in their music, you can hear the bohemian vibes and recorded spontaneity in every note.

#25 Cristobal & The Sea - My Love (Ay Ay Ay)

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#25 Cristobal & The Sea - My Love (Ay Ay Ay)

Cristobal & The Sea have are modern hippies to the core. With a beautiful spirit in their music, you can hear the bohemian vibes and recorded spontaneity in every note.

Cristobal & The Sea bring a touch of the exotic to their psychedelic sounds, consisting of Alejandro Romero from Spain (bass/ vox), João Seixas from Portugal (guitar/ vox), Leïla Séguin from Corsica/ France (flute/ vox) and Josh Oldershaw from the UK (drums). Their sound is beautifully unique with peaks and troughs in energy and emotion; if you added electronic influences, bossa nova guitar and rippling beats to Manu Chao's vocals, you might get close to this dreamy dance.

Their use of lo-fi recording techniques and minimal numbers of takes while working with producer Rusty Santos (Animal Collective, Vashti Bunyan, Grizzy Bear) has lead to a really interesting combination of sounds. We think Peach Bells is going to be a fascinating EP. Out 08.12.14 on City Slang.

 

You can see Cristobal & The Sea live at the following dates:

04.11.14 – Village Underground w/ Sebastien Tellier, London, UK
21.11.14 – Le Guess Who? Festival, Utrech, HOLLAND
27.11.14 – Maroquinerie w/ Natas Loves You, Paris, FRANCE
30.11.14 – Badaboum w/ Sam Amidon, Paris, FRANCE

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