REVIEW: R.Missing presents Verónica Pass

Actualizado: 29 abr



An ethereal and poetic voice that moves through minimalist and cinematographic sounds that oscillate between synth-wave and dark wave, definitely New Yorkers R. Missing in an electronic band that manages to represent the chaos and loneliness of the contemporary world, using the sadness as a form of catharsis, which translates love, loss, passion and life itself, in his music. Her latest album, Verónica Pass, is the consolidation of her career, conquering a sound as complex, timeless and subtle as it is deep and magnetic, which covers all possible limits. In addition, the Sally Shapiro remix gives the album a twist, managing to move us to another dimension very easily.


R.Missing creates music that works in all arenas and transcends genres. Its opening of him to a wide range of sounds is what has made him a much-loved band, but also someone who operates in his own parallel musical world. The result is a work that is as experimental as it is intense and addictive, which takes hold of oneself like a sweet poison, while transporting us progressively, as few producers with any ease are willing to do.



Verónica Pass leaves nothing behind and confirms the mission that electronic music has always had: to play with the present and move towards the unknown, beyond entertainment. The result is a work that is as experimental as it is intense and addictive, which takes hold of oneself like a sweet poison, while transporting us progressively, as few producers with any degree of fluency are willing to do. We don't know what the future holds, but we do know that this album is testimony to a turbulent and uncertain present, which will remain in our memories forever. Because of records like this, we can keep fighting for a better future.


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