A sonic revolution at the service of dance.
WAS have taken all the necessary elements to explore their own roots and recreate them through contemporary sounds. A sonic revolution at the service of dance that includes Basque folklore elements and age-old instruments, electro pop, house.
With the collaboration of the txalapartaris Oreka Tx and Belako’s voice Cris. Produced by Jon Aguirrezabalaga and mixed by Alex Ferrer.
The album is being mastered at Sterling Sound, New York, by Randy Merrill, responsible for works like ‘Uptown Funk’ Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars or ’25’ Adele.
“Gau Ama” represents a new era not only for the group, but also for part of a scene that seeks to transcend without losing its identity.
“The future is here” (Mondo Sonoro)
“HAIL the new WAS” (APMusicales)
“They sound more nocturnal, more dance and even more ancestral than ever” (DJ Mag)
“More advanced, more interesting, whole and diversified” (Esquire)
“This akelarre-rave is their best work to date” (Jenesaispop)
“La revolution has arrived. This is Gau Ama” (Carrusel Deportivo, Cadena Ser)