Nuestro Tiempo is the new album from Anairt, and the band plays prog inspired and based on the style of music known as Andalusian rock, which had its greatest boom in the 70s and 80s, in which legendary bands such as Triana, Alameda, Medina Azahara, managed to be crowned as the kings of this style. They try to add an identity and a sound of their own, without losing the personality and their typical flamenco roots of their homeland! That is an attitude I applauds, and as a bonus Nuestro Tiempo sound real good and is fascinating.
1. Un avión de papel (4:57)
2. Respirar Tu Aire (6:11)
3. No pasa ná (3:55)
4. Escaparme de ti (5:04)
5. Castigada está la mente (3:40)
6. Ya no queda nada (6:15)
7. Subir Peldaños (4:44)
8. Quiero (7:22)
9. Una fiesta de colores (6:27)
10. Nuestro Tiempo Acabó (3:20)
Total Time 51:55
Luis Medina – vocals
Adolfo Luis González – guitar
Manuel Martínez – bass, vocals
Daniel Aguado – drums
Paco Aguirre – keyboards
Raúl Rivas – cajón (1, 3, 7), congas (2), palms (1, 3, 7, 8)
Juan Espinosa – guitar (1, 3, 4, 7)
Randy López (Mezquita and Medina Azahara) – bass & vocals (3)
Pepe Roca (Alameda) – vocals (8)
Ángel Ruíz (Storm) – final guitar solo (9)
Diego Ruíz (Storm) – drums(10)
Anairt it not a newcomer band as they actually was formed in 1995 under the influence of albums like El Patio by Triana, but also Made In Japan by Deep Purple, or even Dark Side Of The Moon by Pink Floyd.They have many different influences, each member of the group likes something different, and so their music is varied and vibrant.
After some years in which their only intention was to play live, the band disbanded in 1999 for different reasons, family, work, etc.
After almost 20 years of silence the band reformed and resurfaced together again to record the songs they did between 1995 and 1999. Anairt recorded the first mix and at that moment they met their manager Juan Antonio Vergara, from 5 Lunas productions, who gave them the impetus and courage to to record theirdebut album Nuestro Tiempo.
The band states about the future plans, «we want to enjoy our music, making it reach as many places as possible and that everyone who listens to it can appreciate a piece of our land. All this covered by those who were our idols, such as Pepe Roca (Alameda) or Randy López (Medina Azahara), who have wanted to do their bit to make our album even bigger».