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A sense of destiny hangs over Sentir que no sabes, Mabe Fratti's fourth solo-credited album released in a five year span. Her work has always possessed a finely tuned sense of drama capable of expressing a range of emotional states, and across this new album, she conveys the struggle to process various relationships or situations-and the actions that come next. Sentir que no sabes, is urgent and clear, poppy, generous and approachable, while showcasing a considerable emotional hinterland. It is also, as Fratti is quick to mention, "groovy. " Written and recorded with her partner, multi-instrumentalist, and co-composer Héctor Tosta (I. La Católica, Titanic), Sentir que no sabes, is the result of an intense, detail-oriented process. Fueled by a new confidence gained in their collaborative project, Titanic, and it's critically acclaimed 2023 LP, Vidrio, the two hunkered down in the familiarity of their studio (aka Tinho Studios) to bash out the initial sonic coordinates of her new record. "We talked and talked, and discussed ways of playing and recording, until things became inevitable," Fratti explains. "We recorded a bunch of demos at our home studio and that meant we had a lot of time to re-edit and experiment. We really dug in. We were super focused on detail. " Tosta also took up the controls as producer and arranger-in-chief for all additional instruments. The album was later completed at Willem Twee Studios in Den Bosch in the Netherlands, and Pedro y el Lobo Studios and Soy Sauce Studios, in Mexico City. For the final studio recordings, the pair were joined by drummer Gibran Andrade and trumpetist Jacob Wick to fill out and expand on Tosta's percussion and brass arrangements. This small group of friends were able to work quickly and openly, and without fear: a testament to the exhaustive groundwork put in at Tinho Studios.
A sense of destiny hangs over Sentir que no sabes, Mabe Fratti's fourth solo-credited album released in a five year span. Her work has always possessed a finely tuned sense of drama capable of expressing a range of emotional states, and across this new album, she conveys the struggle to process various relationships or situations-and the actions that come next. Sentir que no sabes, is urgent and clear, poppy, generous and approachable, while showcasing a considerable emotional hinterland. It is also, as Fratti is quick to mention, "groovy. " Written and recorded with her partner, multi-instrumentalist, and co-composer Héctor Tosta (I. La Católica, Titanic), Sentir que no sabes, is the result of an intense, detail-oriented process. Fueled by a new confidence gained in their collaborative project, Titanic, and it's critically acclaimed 2023 LP, Vidrio, the two hunkered down in the familiarity of their studio (aka Tinho Studios) to bash out the initial sonic coordinates of her new record. "We talked and talked, and discussed ways of playing and recording, until things became inevitable," Fratti explains. "We recorded a bunch of demos at our home studio and that meant we had a lot of time to re-edit and experiment. We really dug in. We were super focused on detail. " Tosta also took up the controls as producer and arranger-in-chief for all additional instruments. The album was later completed at Willem Twee Studios in Den Bosch in the Netherlands, and Pedro y el Lobo Studios and Soy Sauce Studios, in Mexico City. For the final studio recordings, the pair were joined by drummer Gibran Andrade and trumpetist Jacob Wick to fill out and expand on Tosta's percussion and brass arrangements. This small group of friends were able to work quickly and openly, and without fear: a testament to the exhaustive groundwork put in at Tinho Studios.
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Sentir Que No Sabes [Colored Vinyl] (Gate)
Artist: Mabe Fratti
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. Track 1
2. Kravitz
3. Track 3
4. Pantalla azul
5. Track 5
6. Elastica II
7. Track 7
8. Oidos
9. Track 9
10. Quieras o no
11. Track 11
12. Enfrente
13. Track 13
14. Elastica
15. Track 15
16. Márgen del indice
17. Track 17
18. Alarmas olvidadas
19. 1
20. Descubrimos un suspiro
21. 1
22. Intento fallido
23. 1
24. Kitana
25. 1
26. Angel nuevo

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A sense of destiny hangs over Sentir que no sabes, Mabe Fratti's fourth solo-credited album released in a five year span. Her work has always possessed a finely tuned sense of drama capable of expressing a range of emotional states, and across this new album, she conveys the struggle to process various relationships or situations-and the actions that come next. Sentir que no sabes, is urgent and clear, poppy, generous and approachable, while showcasing a considerable emotional hinterland. It is also, as Fratti is quick to mention, "groovy. " Written and recorded with her partner, multi-instrumentalist, and co-composer Héctor Tosta (I. La Católica, Titanic), Sentir que no sabes, is the result of an intense, detail-oriented process. Fueled by a new confidence gained in their collaborative project, Titanic, and it's critically acclaimed 2023 LP, Vidrio, the two hunkered down in the familiarity of their studio (aka Tinho Studios) to bash out the initial sonic coordinates of her new record. "We talked and talked, and discussed ways of playing and recording, until things became inevitable," Fratti explains. "We recorded a bunch of demos at our home studio and that meant we had a lot of time to re-edit and experiment. We really dug in. We were super focused on detail. " Tosta also took up the controls as producer and arranger-in-chief for all additional instruments. The album was later completed at Willem Twee Studios in Den Bosch in the Netherlands, and Pedro y el Lobo Studios and Soy Sauce Studios, in Mexico City. For the final studio recordings, the pair were joined by drummer Gibran Andrade and trumpetist Jacob Wick to fill out and expand on Tosta's percussion and brass arrangements. This small group of friends were able to work quickly and openly, and without fear: a testament to the exhaustive groundwork put in at Tinho Studios.
        
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