"Sam the Mummy lives in the deepest catacombs of his existence. Hardly ever he can be seen on the surface and just a few have the 'honor' of knowing him. Even stranger, it is his relationship with Damián Schwartz, the only person allowed to listen and disclose his awesome and disturbing works. Here is the first one: Untitled1. It starts with 'Cradle,' a brief but captivating prologue. And from the cradle to the grave, here comes 'Untuned (Interview),' where Sam introduces us to his most personal universe, crumbling his darkest secrets. Soon we can see what he's up to, because despite appearing as a hard and cold guy, on the very first beats he reveals pure soul music. Tireless groove with magnificent salsa touches, bittersweet cymbals and congas that run with an intimidating elegance. On the B-side, 'Pharaon's Cat' introduces 'Stand Up.' Little by little, it steps into a background of hypnotic and jazzy sequences accompanied by aristocratic piano notes that try to break into, but can only go out on tiptoes. So smart and so danceable at the same time."