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Unamura: Unamura (2009)

Como dicen en su MySpace, Unamura no es un grupo, ni siquiera un proyecto presente, si acaso un proyecto pasado puesto al día recientemente y actualizado convenientemente. ¿Qué quiere ésto decir? Que Unamura fue fruto de la unión de tres argentinos, Verónica Ferrari (voces y letras), Roman Impallomeni (bajo, guitarras y teclados), y Fernando Dimare (teclados y baterías/programaciones). Grabaron unas sesiones en 2005, no volvieron a verse prácticamente y no ha sido hasta este 2009 hasta que no han vuelto a retomar el disco duro con las grabaciones y ponerlo al día hasta finalizar este álbum un tanto etéreo, más entroncado en la música ambiental que no en ese Pop/Alternativo/Psicodélico que reza en las etiquetas de algunos de los blogs que solemos seguir. Sí que hay algunos ramalazos psicodélicos (Fall to the earth, Butterflies), donde quizás se encuentre lo mejor del disco; pero sin duda es un álbum más cercano a una onda pareja al Trip-Hop y a lo que se dio en llamar la cultura de club de los mejores momentos de Portishead o Morcheeba (Develope the girl inside, All together now, Love is for loving, o Glory box, que de hecho es una cover de Portishead). Disco para disfrutar relajadamente a un volumen moderado más que para disfrutar de él a un tono más alto.
“Unamura is not a band, is not a project, is just a creative flow been recorded in half of 2005 for 3 human beings that accidentally meet and decided to lock out in an apartment for ten days without any idea of what can happens when they push the “rec” button.
Unamura its something hard to explain, because its connected with a time lapse, an age where everything is changing very faster.
Since 2000 everything is getting faster and all kind of modern arts mixed with internet interaction is maximizing the spread.
Actually we (with Verónica, Roman) accidentally meet in half of 2005. Roman and I were working in the same recording studio, making advertising music, but he was in the morning turn and I was in the afternoon.
One of these days when I went to work, he was excited to show me a demo he done that night with a girl he accidentally meet’d. The song was Glory Box from Portishead, and the singer: Verónica.
I really could’nt believe the voice I was listening at, and the finest arrangement he put in that demo. That same day we arrange to meet the three of us in he’s apartment, where he got a home studio, to see what can we do, with the certain feeling that something cool would happen.
Then we decide to lock out there for exactly ten days, and the only rule was: nobody knows what gonna happen when we push the rec button on the protools.
I was amazed with the faster results we have even the first session. Was like the mixed emotions of being playing the most amazing music I can play in a jam
and being recording an incredible album of beautiful songs.
The Unamura tracks were forgotten on a hard drive under the dust. We never finished the album, but we love our songs.
Everywho takes our own paths, and we never saw each other anymore. Only some chat few times, but nothing else.
That’s why I like to explain Unamura is not as a band, not a project, just something that happens between three human beings in the progression of this age.
Now I found some free time, found feelings to finish this beautiful songs, I really wanted not to just keep they under the dust, forgotten.
Then I spent lot of nights of this 2009 to finish it.
Im very satisfied with the results.
This is not a live “act”, its just a flow that were recorded”
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11 diciembre, 2009 Posted by | Unamura | 2 comentarios

   

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