1. Born in Vigo, but now based in Barcelona, Laura León created the film Percepciones de un Silencio, and this new album is a collection of ‘film scores’ intended as the soundtrack to the film.
Arthur Zerktouni ~ tender piano backed by dark chords and an impression of fog or mist.
James Vella ~ bright, even-tempo synth with a sense of uplift, like the first hints of joy.
Juan Antonio Nieto ~ dark, foreboding drone, a sense of suffocation and anxiety.
Veronica Daniela Cerrotta ~ bells, male dialogue, shaded pulses and hints of woodpeckers and crickets.
Erick Calilan ~ the thickest drone yet, now oppressive, signaling violence and degradation.
Wirephobia ~ softer, subdued, like slow-rolling smoke beneath a window.
Vinc2 ~ peaceful piano chords, backed with soothing ambient textures.
Laura León ~ exploratory tapping, conveying an anxious or anticipatory feeling; breath, implying pleasure, personal or voyeuristic.
Sebastian Arroyave ~ melodic, suggesting a fuller song ready to burst into bloom.
Jairo Daponte ~ radio crackle contrasted with acoustic guitar and piano, like a decision.
Paraheilo ~ electric guitar and reverberated drone, an echo like the replay of memory.
Guillermo Doylet ~ multiple forms of percussion, including chimes, suggesting the passage or suspension of time.
2. Rebeca Valderrama was born on November 24 in Camalco, Tabasco (Mexico). She is now a divorced woman and has a daughter named Xcallotz and a son named Yazckin. She is also known as "La Tesorito".
She is an actress and a tropical singer. Laura Leon has 5 albums, 8 soap operas and 4 movies in her career.
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