Music: Dengue Dengue Dengue – Zenit & Nadir

Dengue Dengue Dengue expand their Afro-Peruvian influences on their incredible new album titled Zenit & Nadir. The Lima-based band have been making amazing music for years now, and with this new album they continue pushing their sound to new territories, experimenting with dark, heavy electronic music. It’s definitely worth listening to.

The album kicks off with the incredible “Ágni,” a dark and unsettling track that brings a dark, eerie tone with its dominant synth leads and heavy percussion that brings a raw, hypnotic energy. Tracks like “Decajón” and “Lagos” bring engaging and incredibly intricate drum patterns that sound incredible. The raw and tribal aesthetic of tracks like “Banyuwangi” and “Guayabo” are infectious and bring hypnotic electronic and percussion-filled compositions that are just incredible. Overall, the energetic and infectious energy Dengue Dengue Dengue are able to bring is nothing short of incredible, and this is an album will be replayed for sure!

Listen to Dengue Dengue Dengue’s brand new album Zenit & Nadir below via Bandcamp and don’t forget to support! Released via Enchufada Records.

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