Considering the sounds on this, his second solo effort, perhaps CafÃ© Tacvba guitarist Joselo Rangel has been listening to sixties garage rock. Sounding more like a Los Angeles alt-pop freak than a member of Rock en EspaÃ±ol's elite old guard, Joselo takes listeners on a ride from the inevitable and obvious Lennon and McCartney references of the title track (backwards guitar leads a la 'Tomorrow Never Knows' ) to a more refined, albeit quirky perspective, as on "ReligiÃ³n." At times very reminiscent of Tacvba's trademark playful romantic balladry and affable goofy approach , Lejos offers plenty of Joselo's alluring, though humble vocals and low-fi edge. A punchy bass sound, lots of jangling guitars, and dreamy oddball melodies add up to a Summer of Love feel.
Francisco H. Ciriza
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