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Photography by A.F. Cortés
On a quiet rainy summer night in New York, shattering riffs by the Marijuanauts and the Conquistador squeezed all gravity from Brooklyn Steel.
Introducing his new solo album Conquistador; a beautiful yet hunting amalgam of guitar riffs and melodies, the perfect soundtrack of a postmodern western with melancholic overtones, the ideal score for a Sergio Leone film, perhaps set in a post-apocalyptical world. A bold departure from his work with the band Earth; an ode to minimalism and guitar exploration.