Songs for the moon by Salsipuedes's chief sound voyager: Bardo Todol travels deep into the entrails of Argentina's earthly bounds to collect songs and secrets which invoke the magical rites of lunar chaos.
Chapter 1: "Canciones para la luna" is the sound of the shortwave tape connection between the grey and smokey satelite at night. Ethereal transmissions that start to make earthquakes inside our brain and shows the map to the sea inside the siren's sea.
Chapter 2: "Danzas con las cabezas de los vencidos" is more a ritualistic theme, a dramatic and orchestral tribute of the moon, in a meditative and tribalistic way, where your bones and your enemy's bones play a rhythmic role as the as the satellite approaches every inch.
Chapter one was used as the soundtrack for the short film " Cumbres Temibles" directed by Ana Comes.