4 de junio de 2017

Digital edition of "Migraciones": BUY THIS DIGITAL VERSION YOU HELP US TO GET FUNDS FOR THE VINYL -extended- ONE


*****This is the digital edition, different from a extended version for a upcoming vinyl release*****

Niels Van Hoorn: Flute, Bassclarinet, Basssaxofone, Tenorsaxofone & Steiner Windsynthesizer 

Horacio Ferro: Bass, Sitar, 12Strings Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar & Djembe 
Gonzalo Díaz Letelier: Voice, Acoustic Guitar & Percussions 
Michel Leroy: Acoustic Guitar, 12Strings Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Piano, Voice, Drums & Electronics 

Armando Saragoni: Electric Guitar Soundscapes 
Andy Way: Electronics & Voice 
Ferro Vargas-Larraguibel: Clarinet 
Lucina Lou: Theremin and Feedbacks 

Recorded by Michel Leroy, Sebastian Concha, Armando Saragoni & Niels van Hoorn 
Mixed by Michel Leroy (with several friends advices) 
Mastered by Jurel Sónico 

Cover picture: Armando Saragoni

Un Festín Sagital - AURA vol.1

New live album (only digital until now), recorded in Valle del Elqui, on summer 2017 

14 de marzo de 2017

Un Festín Sagital is on tour

The band is giving concerts all around Chile, many cities and even nowhere lands, this with the serious intention of continuing the sonic voyage, touring europe this year (Greece, France, Spain and Holland)

Our current line-up is:

*Michel Leroy: 12 and 6 String Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Electronics, Piano, Keyboards, Percussions, Drums, Violin and Voice

*Gonzalo Díaz: Percussion, Voice, Electronics, Drums, and Acoustic Guitar

*Horacio Ferro: Bass, Sitar, 12 String Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar and Voice

*Lucina Paz: Theremin, Synthesizers,
Environmental/ambient sounds, Charango and Voice.

*Marío Millao: Acoustic guitar, Bass and Voice.

25 de enero de 2017


I new album is almost done... more details soon

1 de agosto de 2016


It’s hard not to reference Popul Vuh while attempting to describe the effect of the opening moments of Kosmodynamos, but that’s no bad thing at all. The chime of bells, an evolving ripple of flute, Michel Leroy and Alberto Parra‘s cycling clean guitar strings which coalesce in a slow percussive parade — all hold the same pregnant promise of Florian Fricke‘s singular, almost holy, vision. However, despite the affinities, and there are many, Un Festín Sagital present here four tracks of ritual music for space cadets which proceed, slowly but surely, to blow the tiny braincells of the listener by many and several different means.
a spectacular place where a lightshow explodes like a far-distant star
So while the mood is often expansive and even mellow, there are little bursts of rapid-fire mania to keep the listener alert; like when a jazzy improv shuffle flickers into life during “A la Deriva. El Jardín de los Delirios.” This avant-gardism could have many outcomes, but blossoming into Magma-ish flourishes before a frantic descent into screaming in tongues is always an interesting option.
The real action unfurls from the farthest reaches of space and time immanentises in the form of “Bajo un Sol Inclemente,” where the flute joins a camel-loping groove of steady percussion and flanged guitars in a stirring combination of soaring melody and insistent rhythmic interplay. It’s as the hypnotic rounds burst into a gloriously monumental chorale that the album finally lifts off, bound briefly for a spectacular place where a lightshow explodes like a far-distant star brought into glimmering proximity, but which can only endure for a shining moment before folding back softly into bells, flute and a silent termination.
-Linus Tossio-