Tonight with Xenia Rubinos @ Late Night Fringe. On a related note, anybody the first person to successfully translate this Fringe Guide Helado Negro write up back into English wins a sense of a accomplishment for a job well done.
Since its dawn, Helado Negro has achieved a successful organic growth. The inclusiveness of myriad forms of meticulous music craftsmanship has kept Helado Negro flourishing with a powerful force. Roberto Carlos Lange, the voice and mastermind behind the act, has cultured his identity, ideology and musical dexterity with constant artistic and introspective development; Lange is an innovator involved in every phase of his creation. He has brilliantly accomplished powerful works with formidable statements, altogether praised by public and media. Yet, most importantly, every release has served as an exploration of practice of Lange’s unique nature of expression. Full-length LPs such as Invisible Life, Canta Lechuza and Awe Owe hold a common denominator of experimentation and refinement that serve as the solid foundation of Lange’s fundamental pillar in the process of music; by building upon every LP and EP every step unveils a new layer of Lange’s talent. A music making process which is illustrated with the chapters of originality throughout the Island Universe Story series, released in three EPs, which instantly became a distinctive mark to Lange’s commitment to produce and engage in music. The result is a contentious approach in creativity that exemplifies a perfect equilibrium of electronic music with shades in kraut rock bathed in mesmerizing rhythms and loops with hair-raising melodies. Lange provokes a sensorial, imagery and emotional experience. Lange pours his heart and full sincerity in his music. The lyrics, in his soothing and enchanting voice, are accompanied by musical arrangements which overall create a solid and well-rounded result.
Kids, every time you write like this, another high school English teacher cries and another puppy dies.