At long last, San Antonio’s Femina-X have relinquished their highly-anticipated album, Multiverse, and it is nothing short of breathtaking. The audacious 8-track record is an enchanting arrangement, beautifully orchestrated to showcase Daniela Riojas’ mesmerizing and chameleon-like vocal ability combined with the passionate and cohesive instrumentation of Alex Scheel (guitar), Jeff Palacios (bass), Chris Cooper (drums) and appearances from Darian Thomas (violin).
Each track of the album erects its own unique realm, all of which elegantly illustrate the ideological standpoint from which FX draws their muse. After over two years of strenuous production, this emotional masterpiece attests to the group’s heartfelt concern for the existential impediments and dilemmas that we have been facing as a species, and their seemingly unending evolution as artists. Check out Multiverse, available for purchase below, as well as some artwork from the album. Also, check out their recently released music video for “INKA” here.
As stated on the FX site, “Multiverse was recorded at Sonic Ranch Recording Studios during the spring of 2014 by Ross Ingram, and represents Femina-X’s first incarnation of musical work, in which each song explores its own characters, landscape, language, and universe – creating a multiverse, a parallel state for each song to exist and yet remain connected to its other album counterparts.”