Justin Robert – Coruja

Coruja is an album that crosses through many genres. A strong percussion LP, it may start with a floppy drive loading sound, but immediately goes into a drum grove laid down on Brazilian and Latin percussion behind a futuristic warm synth pads. Throughout the rest of the album it drifts in and out of instrumental electronic, to street samba/batucada, into bossa nova, and to ambient vintage synth sequences, and back again. There are also some beautiful guest vocals by Krystle Quinn on a couple of tracks. 

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