The Marías’ Cinematic Debut

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Maria Zardoya and Josh Conway of The Marías started out writing music for film. On their debut album, Cinema, they pay tribute to those early days.


 
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Maria Zardoya and Josh Conway of The Marías started out writing music for film. On their debut album, Cinema, they pay tribute to those early days. The bilingual album sets out to capture the feeling of a film through genre shifts and recurring motifs. Conway says, “We did want it to feel like watching a movie, maybe listening to a movie.” 

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