Dotore presents 'Variaciones', their third album, in which he projects a formal and sonic turning point. A bold, successful and actual jump which moves away from the folk and classic melodic pop-rock, for approaching firmly contemporary genres and forms more typical of the electronic production.
'Variaciones' has the sensitivity and attention to detail of the previous work of Pablo Martinez Sanromá -'Demonios al otro lado del océano' (Primo, 2007) and 'Los veranos y los días' (Sones, 2011)- now moved to a new field equipped with electronic shades, a production that moves away from the instrumental manners and the incorporation, as vertebral part of the songs, of a new instrument already baptized by his friends as 'Dotórgano'.
This instrument invented, created and articulated by Pablo himself is a keyboard that emits pre-recorded voices for each note of the scale that he is able to sing, allowing amplitude of choral games and an amazing combination of organic and natural sound with electronics. So, keyboards, rhythm section and vocal work obtain main relevance and guitars a more subtle plot, sounding even like a whisper.
In 'Variaciones' Dotore invites us to travel geographic, sensory and spiritually through the globe in search of desires.
A circular work that, as it's the world, at some point had to find us and lead us to the heat.