Un Día Soleado – Patinando Con Los Muertos/La Lluvia Vuelve a Caer

Un Día Soleado (A Sunny Day) hail from From Argentina and make, in their own words, catchy and simplistic indie pop with true Sarah Records style. Made using a computer and a Behringer UMC22 these bedroom pop tunes sound more like early The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart rather than the aforementioned label but I am a pedant! Both tracks, especially La Lluvia Vuelve a Caer (The Rain Falls Again), are excellent examples of fuzzy, shambling indiepop. The band say that “this first single is a perfect example of everything to come”. Let’s hold them to that promise. Patinando … Continue reading Un Día Soleado – Patinando Con Los Muertos/La Lluvia Vuelve a Caer

Mons Regalis – Lo Que Pasó

Lo Que Pasó is the second single from Mexican band Mons Regalis whose music has been previously described as dreampop/shoegaze. Personally I cannot hear any of that but what I do hear is an alternative/indie song that has some fine guitar riffs, catchy vocals, a bit of distortion and some noise. That sounds like a slab of perfect pop to me! Lo Que Pasó is out now digitally via Stupid Decisions ( Mexico) and Hikikomori Discos (Argentina) Continue reading Mons Regalis – Lo Que Pasó