"Quizás quiso decir
Júpiter" - FyN-28 - CD - 8435015509682
“Quizás quiso decir
Júpiter” (Maybe You want to say Jupiter), looking
into the 90’s.
JAPIWOR is Angel Donoso (October 17th 1977), own project, a musician
from Ciudad Real (Spain) with some years of experience in different
previous bands. After which it decided take a rest during a year
by private reasons, and to make JAPIWOR - "happy world"
in your own language - in 2004, a project that is born with the
own purity of that does not have the dutty to please the music
bussines, only to create music with absolute freedom. Since then
it has published 3 CD’s, that compile different songs from
their old bands, under the brand JAPIWOR.
Low intensity funk-rock.
Ángel Japiwor is not closed to anything, and he is declared
fan of Faemino y Cansado, Muchachada Nui and Woody Allen, but
their songs have the roots in the music of their generation, in
the sounds of 90's. In their music echoes of bands like Soundgarden,
Alice in Chains or Smashing Pumpkins, decorated with elements
of funk-rock of low intensity and I touch electronics minimalism.
Moments where music moves smoothly as reptile later to explode
in melancholic fits and of harmonia. Frank Zappa also is a musician
to whom he admires, and can prove it the eclectic roots of this
new disc. Yes, it drinks of his generation but it has musical
culture and that it note.
The 4th CD, definitive...
At lyrics level, JAPIWOR uses lyrics with elements of sci fi,
titles like "Rebelion Autómata" (first hit single),
"Antimateria" or "Abismo Punto Cero", with
a marked influence of the band Lagartija Nick from Granada (Spain).
Perhaps its 4th CD, published by Flor y Nata Records, "Quizás
quiso decir Júpiter" has counted with musicians of
quality from Ciudad Real, and the plays himsels almost all and
sings. A work that consolidates it within the panorama of the
rock sung in Spanish. And it is that there are not many proposals
It is the moment for saying Jupiter and, JAPIWOR first of all.
The trip is assured.
Ángel Donoso : voice, guitar, bass, percusion
Juanma Arcos : guitar
Javier González "Golon" : drums
Augusto Guzmán : programation, loops, syntetizer, percusion