Guitarist Hugo Fernandez defers to tenor and soprano saxist Ariel Bringuez quite a bit here on a quartet session along with the energetic rhythm team of Antonio Miguel/b and Antonio Sanchez/dr. There's a bit of a tribal war dance drum beat on as the team sounds a bit indie-rockish on "Reconciliation" and there's a rockish beat on "Sublime" that features Bringuez's soprano. Restless undercurrents provide a stimulation for Fernandez's clean solo on "Metro" and some rich flavors also come out on the Indian-directed "Grounds" that has Bringuez and Fernandez sounding like their taking you to Central Asia. Complex lines mix with charging rhythms on "Unbalanced" as the tenor and guitar vie for control of the reigns, while the closing "Yap" shows the sublime side of the two leads with plaintive picking by Fernandez. Intelligent session.