Hier findet ihr die Künstler/Bands.


  • 01. Ut Queant Laxis
    02. Almendros En Flor
    03. Manifestación
    04. El Hombre Menguante
    05. Incienso y Bengala
    06. Ana
    07. Lo Sagrado En Lo Profano
    08. Mi Cancion
    09. Lachrimae Pavan
    10. Déjame Entrar
    11. Septiembre



    [engl] Pigmy is the solo project of Vicente Maciá, founding member of 90s Spanish psych band Carrots. Highly influenced by late 60s / early 70s UK psych, folk–rock and baroque pop (think Magna Carta, Fairfield Parlour, Pete Dello, Duncan Browne, Cat Stevens, Amazing Blondel...) as well as Spanish 70s folk–pop / SSW (Solera, José y Manuel, Vainica Doble...), Pigmy surprised everyone with his previous two albums, "Miniaturas" and "Hamsterdam", which are now cult items between psych–folk fans. After a long period of songwriting and recording, Pigmy returns with "Manifestación", his long–awaited third album. And the result is stunning. Magical, out–of time psychedelic folk–pop, in the same vein of "Hamsterdam" but this time incorporating medieval / renaissance instruments (lute, recorder...), giving "Manifestación" a very unique feel. A Latin poem opens the album , followed by the medieval sounding "Almendros en Flor" with great use of flute. "Manifestación", inspired by the "Rosarium Philosophorum" alchemy book from 1550, features the two main ingredients from the new Pigmy sound: psychedelia and renaissance music. We hear echoes of the first Duncan Browne on "El Hombre Menguante". Medieval atmosphere a la Magna Carta on "Incienso y Bengala", featuring trumpets and flugelhorn: "White magic from your lute, it sounds a strange equation".