more direct and louder then ever, but also more psychedelic since the introduction of an extra guitarplayer; featering Triptych members
Rock 'n Roll Radio will release a split 10 inch of Los Natas and Cabron in October.
Whereas their first albums made them sound like an excellent South American Kuyss; by now, Los Natas have carved a style of their own...it's heavily classic rock rooted, but has more of a Latino flare to it and is more progressive. Their songs have pure desert psychedelic grooves and lots of fuzzy guitars. Maybe best described as Latin heavy psych, but they’re sure not afraid to try different paths, as with their Toba Trance series; jazzy spaced out jammy stuff meets South American tribal Indians meets Flamenco dancing…