Guillermo Scott Herren’s Spanish breaths of sonic fluidity throughout this album can be audible therapy. It all depends on what kind of ailment you’re trying to remedy. Or if you hablá español. Herren doesn’t stray too far from the template of modern Latin American folk, using mostly traditional instrumentation and sparse texturing. Although the mid-tempo time throughout gets cyclical and repetitive to the point where you don’t know where the songs alpha or omega is, the liquid feeling of the album keeps you submerged in an audible delusion. – Lance H. Smith