Damn! Quantic really blows the roof off with this one – taking us even farther on a musical journey than ever before, and making us bow to his mighty talents in ways we never expected! The album's a really unique session recorded in Colombia, with help from an international
batch of musicians and studio talents – a wicked extension of the Latin grooves that Quantic added to his funky mix a few years ago – but with far more sophistication and live instrumentation than he's ever used before! This album's not just a simple blend of salsa
elements and funky grooves – and instead, it's a richly complicated tapestry of music – one that not only draws from Colombian sounds, but also some of the more sophisticated aspects of other Latin American scenes too – no surprise, given that performers here include Alfredo Linares on piano, Freddy Colorado on congas, Fernando Ovejo Silva on bass, Angel Hernandez on trumpet, and Arthur Verocai on arrangements. Mighty Malcolm Catto is on deck with some heavy drums – and most of the instrumentation here is acoustic, and richly varied throughout. Sublime, amazing, and a record that wins us over way more than we ever might have expected – and dammit, we already had a hell of a lot of respect for Will "Quantic" Holland! Titles include "Mas Pan"," Undelivered Letter", "Un Canto A Mi Tierra", "Mambo Los Quantic", "Arianita", "The Dreaming Mind (parts 1 & 2)", "I Just Feel In Love Again", "New Morning", "Albela", and "Linda Morena".