Para Siempre could easily rank number 1 on the Hedonistic Food Network with a main course like "RedRedRed." Chopped beats, puréed rhythms, and roasted guitar consommé, all served on a bed of organically grown electro-mixed greens. Topped off with Miriam Cabrera's creamy vocal Crème Fraîche, Morsel attacks (Massive Attack, Flying Saucer Attack) the sonic palette. Look it up: "Morsel" means "a tasty delicacy" or "one that is delightful and extremely pleasing." Mmm....a delicious disc.
Said to be "music that blows the mind in slow motion", Morsel's emotionally-charged sonic intensity conjures up feelings of personal retribution, and grants the listener entry into their dense world of corvette rides, wild chants, and brian eno-seducing forays...Recorded, produced, and designed in-house at the group's potent creative hub company.
Mixed by Bob Ebeling at Rustbelt Studios - Royal Oak MI