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More than bliss

Aubele takes electronica beyond its laid-back vibe

Federico Aubele Argentine musician Federico Aubele says a good song can be played with just strings, or with a rock band.
By Siddhartha Mitter
Globe Correspondent / August 29, 2008

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Loungey, downtempo electronic music is everywhere these days; it's the international late-night sound of our time, at once product of a hyperkinetic global culture and antidote to its agitation. The swirling soundscapes, the layers of polyglot melodies riding supple rhythms, convey a kind of new cosmopolitan sensibility and feed the need for peace amid tumult that has turned "chillout" into ... (Full article: 768 words)

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