“A guitar and a voice that caresses are all that is needed to create songs in a small room,” and that’s how it happened, Raquel Adalid also known as Chloe’s Clue, has revolutionized the Levantine music scene with her voice and guitar.
The intimate and enveloping indie folk music of this young talent rocks us gently, bringing a subtle peace to the whole atmosphere. This is “Hidden Rhythms“, an album of ten songs that act as a balm for the most restless spirits and on Saturday November 22 it will be presented at Electropura.
“Michael, Rum is Not Good“, was the begining of Raquel Adalid’s first LP, and thrilled the local scene. Produced by Antonio Hurtado, “Hidden Rhythms” was recorded in the Rio studio involving Chema Fuertes and Cayo Bellveser, two great musicians. They formed a team that were able to capture, with enthusiasm, the whimsical and delightful compositions of this sweet girl who sings in English, these are the basis of a very good album which is only just taking off.