Sound that is slowly enveloping you and taking you to that atmosphere where we hope to be, JUNIP (José González, Tobias Winterkorn and Elias Araya) makes music that glows. Their springy guitar riffs flicker around the mix like light on water, while an oozing old Moog synthesizer adds undulations of its own. Meanwhile, soft drums keep the rhythm fleet.
Junip it's as tidy and clean as anything, just as elegant, as melancholic and very pleasant, is a perfect album, I recommend the limited edition comes with 3 discs (two previously released ep's). The music focuses on Gonzalez's trademark acoustic strings. You can feel his fingers on them, drawing us close. Winterkorn's snaking Moog lines add lust and depth, while Araya's drums contribute speed.
It's an album that would be difficult for some love, others will be eternal love, in which I include myself, is a quality production that at times makes the game of diffuse, other times you see the dust kicked up by the wind, but simple or complicated it is a lovely album.
The mix of talent and creativity of these three musicians results is remarkably strong, the genres that blend here, from folk to Krautrock, make for an interesting album, of course is not for everyone, perhaps by the minimalist sense or repetitive sense in any case, in my personal opinion is excellent in every way.