In October 2013, Orlando-based progressive garage group Decades In Spain released their debut, self-titled EP. What struck me most about Decades In Spain was the bright guitar work of Marc Hernandez and Alex Langfur. The band’s latest EP Light/Science/Primer, released yesterday, is no different – in fact, everything has expanded. The two juxtapose thick distorted chords with a crispy, intricate web of melodies and solos. Throughout the EP, the guitar tones are always mutating, creating a fresh atmosphere with each new song.
Both song structure and production have both been greatly improved upon, with mixing credits going to Ryan Roman. Overall, Decades In Spain have crafted a handful of really enjoyable tunes. They’re improving as a band, and I will continue look forward to all their future output. Enjoy.
Decades In Spain are playing a show with Transcendental Telecom, Zap Dragon & the Attack, and Clean Demon at The Copper Rocket this Saturday. Give Light/Science/Primer a listen, and if you like what you hear, go check ’em out!