The noise came from the north. The band from La Coruña, Triángulo de Amor Bizarro, are since 2004 one of the spanish referents when it comes to noise and shoegaze.Their live performances unfailingly create a psychodelic wave, full of distorted sharp guitars and spatial synthesizers. We can see all in this video of Primavera Club 2012, when they introduced "Clara", the track that closes their new album "Victoria Mística" (Mushroom Pillow, 2013) With an evident kraut-rock flare, "Clara" uses Rodrigo Camaño's voice to transmit, as a mantra, the characteristic band's darkness. We find the balanced counterpoint in the songs sung by Isabel Cea. It ends up in a wildness fuzz landscape, fully enjoyable, which shows the magnificent power of TAB in their live. And here we have a reliable proof of this.
Text: Alex Casamor