Lorelle Meets the Obsolete




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Lorelle Meets the Obsolete
Lunario del Auditorio Nacional, CDMX, México
20 de junio 2012


With a sound that drew inspiration from almost every strain of psychedelic music of the ’60s — from jangling folk-rock to scuffed-up biker rock — and taking into account the great noise rock bands of the ’90s like Spacemen 3, the Mexican duo Lorelle Meets the Obsolete crafted murky, swirling sounds on albums like 2013’s Corruptible Faces that reflected the claustrophobic life they were leading in the big cities of Guadalajara and Mexico City. After they moved to the more relaxed environs of Baja, their sound became more expansive and on 2019’s De Facto, even avant-garde as they began to add more synthesizers and noise to the arrangements. Re-Facto, a companion EP including two non-album tracks and remixes by Pye Corner Audio and Crain, was released in 2020.



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