The cosmic grooves from BALTHVS

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With their signature psychedelic sound, BALTHVS is ready to engulf the listener in a hypnotic trip across time, space, cultures, and different eras.

The trio composed by Balthazar Aguirre (Guitar) Johanna Mercuriana (Bass) and Santiago Lizcano (Drums) explore the limits of Funk, Disco, Dream Pop, Vaporwave, Soul, R&B and World Music while enveloping everything with their innate Latin American/Psychedelic essence.

“Cause & Effect” will be BALTHVS second record. An evolution from it’s initial chill psychedelic sounds portrayed on 2020’s ‘MACROCOSM’. Owing to it’s Colombian roots, the album has plenty of Latin american rhythms, as well as ventures into Deep House, Turkish Music, Vaporwave, Trip-Hop and Disco. 

So sit back, relax, and melt down the cosmic grooves! “Cause & Effect” will be released March 4.

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