|2||Mil Formas De Decirlo|
|3||Hacia El Vacio|
|5||Inicio Vinculo Final|
|7||Cuerpo De Agua|
|8||Que Me Hace Saber Esto|
»Será que ahora podremos entendernos« is the second album to come from Guatemalan cellist Mabe Fratti. Using voice, cello, synthesizers and field recordings, her newest record which translates in English to 'Will we be able to understand each other now?' is an exploration of communication, not only with others but also ourselves.
Now based in Mexico city, Mabe has been heavily involved in the Mexican improvisation scene. Immersing herself in collaborations with fellow musicians operating amongst the scene. The impact of the pandemic meant many of these musicians fled to an old juice factory in Veracruz called La Orduña to quarantine together, where the album came to be created. Mabe’s involvement with the Mexican improvisation scene and her time quarantining with fellow musicians invites many collaborators onto this record. Whilst living in Veracruz, Mabe was able to collaborate with members of drone rock band Tajak, Pedro Tirado and worked remotely with Texan experimentalist Claire Rousay. Mabe’s return to the city, meant further collaborations with the likes of Sebastián Rojas (Sei Still, The Americo Jones Experience) and Hugo Quezada (Robota, Exploded View).
»Será que ahora podremos entendernos« is birthed from the idea that we as people are a funnel that simplify how we communicate with each other and ourselves.