Los Flanger Mingos explore the psychedelic universe with “Electrifying Gaze”

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The creativity of Los Flanger Mingos in the modern era of psychedelic rock.

The Flanger Mingosa fascinating psychedelic rock project originating from Cholula, Puebla, has dazzled the public with the release of its most recent single, “Electrifying Gaze”. The band, composed of Rodo Farrera (known for his participation in The mafia cats) and Robert Flangerwas forged in the vibrant roots of the indie rock music scene, when both were part of the band Blü Butter.

“Electrifying Gaze” transports listeners on a sonic journey that fuses the magic of MGMT with the unmistakable essence of The Beatles. The song begins with a serene tranquility that gradually transforms into a moving vibe. The track, which exudes a magical feeling at times, reflects the fun and joy with which The Flanger Mingos They created the song.

This musical composition is not only a display of technical skill, but also a palpable testimony of the happiness that permeated each phase of its creation. “Electrifying Gaze” It’s more than a song; It is an auditory experience that invites you to immerse yourself in a psychedelic universe where music becomes a revealing journey.

The Flanger Mingos has managed to capture the essence of his inspiration and project it towards new horizons, leaving listeners eager for more of his eclectic and enveloping musical offering.


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