‘a record that’s never at the right pitch [...] is a daring adventure in global beats’
|No Te Metas Con Satan||5:18||AIFF € 1.75MP3 € 1.25|
|Metalero||3:46||AIFF € 1.75MP3 € 1.25|
|Peos||3:41||AIFF € 1.75MP3 € 1.25|
|Mi Ancestro Berraco||4:41||AIFF € 1.75MP3 € 1.25|
|Alexandra Candelaria||7:43||AIFF € 1.75MP3 € 1.25|
|Amo a Mi Familia||3:38||AIFF € 1.75MP3 € 1.25|
|Me Duele||3:49||AIFF € 1.75MP3 € 1.25|
|Bolillo Cafre||5:01||AIFF € 1.75MP3 € 1.25|
‘It’s a pitch perfect title for a record that’s never at the right pitch. The humour makes way for the funny stories that Eblis and Pedro explore in their lyrics. Souk’s fourth release is a daring adventure in global beats. Frequently it comes to mind the universe of Quasimoto, Madlib’s abstract hip hop that sounded delicious in the early 2000s. Chupame El Dedo lives in the same kind of power trip, fuelled by intense salsa rhythms dressed with heavy metal images.
That’s where Satan comes into place. The Devil wears many clothes, but none are as multi-coloured and trendy as the ones we see in “No Te Metas Con Satan”. We are advised of that during the first side of the LP. Each song dares the listener, with a multitude of ideas, sometimes dissonant ones, that find their way to make sense. An example? The first song “No Te Metas Con Satan” sounds like a perverted version of “Da Ya Think I’m Sexy?” and when you think it’s over, it starts again, repeating ideas and leaving you extremely confused. What the fuck just happened? Chupame El Dedo happened.
And it goes on. Flip to the other side and “Alexandra Candelaria” says hi. A 7:43 minute long sinful & hilarious soup opera. No-one is ready for this. Laughter mixes with intense head banging, while we listen to what would happen if Jodorowsky made a Cartoon Network show. A damn good one. Maybe it’s a good idea to not mess around with Satan, but you’ll be in serious trouble if you don’t listen to this. Seriously.’