The Visitor sees Matias Aguayo return with his third album, and first in four years with such an absence understandable when you consider how busy running Comeme and touring commitments must keep him. Arriving through said Comeme as opposed to Kompakt who released Aguayo's previous long players, this eleven track album feels right at home on a label that jettisons proto-house, new wave, techno and other indigenous body music with a rate beyond prolific. There's a notably more psychedelic tone to this album and Aguayo remains the captivating force he is throughout The Visitor despite contributions from fellow label artists Philipp Gorbachev, Ana Helder, Daniel Maloso and Alejandro Paz.
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