Buh Records present a new album by Peruvian composer and musician Miguel Flores. Lorca: Lost Tapes (1989-1991) recovers unpublished recordings made for stage works inspired by the life and work of the great Spanish playwright, Federico García Lorca. It is an atmospheric and minimalist album, where you'll find flamenco airs, Andean and Afro- Peruvian sounds, vocal experimentation, and various sound effects, all stitched together in a simple but creative studio montage, which turns these pieces into a dreamy landscape. A member of several rock bands in the Seventies, Flores began an intense period of sound experimentation towards the end of that decade, building a large archive that has remained unpublished. His experimental work became known internationally with the publication of Primitivo" (BR 068LP, 2015), which rescued unpublished recordings of 1983, only presented live at the time, and which represents a high point in the fascinating movement of Peruvian experimental music from the late Seventies and early Eighties, animated by such artists as Arturo Ruiz del Pozo, Manongo Mujica, and Luis David Aguilar. Andean and Amazonian sounds, ancestral evocations, coexisted with the instrumentation and musical resources of free improvisation, concrete and cosmic music. Lorca: Lost Tapes (1989-1991) is published for the first time, and in vinyl format, as part of the Essential Sounds collection, with which Buh Records presents a series of fundamental works of the Peruvian musical avant-garde.