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Album Review

The debut CD by this Venezuelan quartet throws recent Brooklyn post-punk and retro-disco-punk into a blender with older alternative rock sounds and various ideas that have bubbled up through Latin rock over the last 20 years, plus some even older moves, and comes up with something surprisingly convulsive and powerful. The first track, "Radio Capital," is a sort of combination of latter-day Clash and very early Liars (circa They Threw Us in a Trench and Stuck a Monument on Top), with its synth cowbell, disco-funk bassline, and hoarse, chanted vocals, and that's before the "Gabba gabba hey" chorus comes in. They've got more on their side than sonic aggression and uptempo beatbox action, though; "Flamingo" is an oddly affecting Cure-meets-Modern English jangle number that recalls the glory days of Caifanes. Meanwhile, the roaring guitar riff that opens "Calle Barcelona" is almost worthy of early-'90s Sonic Youth, while the song proper is driven by a relentless disco beat that recalls their countrymen, Los Amigos Invisibles. These guys know their music history, North and South American, classic and recent, and they whirl it all into a churning, fist-pumping, sweaty mix that's terrific on record and doubtless explosive live.

Customer Reviews

Vintage meets Modern!

I found this band from the "Radio Capital" Single of the week" and immediately became hooked. I don't understand Spanish but it doesn't matter. The melodies are genius. They even threw in a Ramones reference in "Radio Capital". Gabba Gabba Hey!!!!

Best from Venezuela this century

If i had one word to describe them it would be different! different than anything else i have ever heard of!
the combination of rhythms and guitar riffs that they use are an epidemic that makes you move and dance and it won't stop until you play stop, but you will never want this to happen!

Definitely the best music band to come out from Venezuela in this century.

Don't miss out the opportunity to listen to the whole track, guaranteed, you will love it!

Mario Mauriello

great debut from a truly exciting rock band

Sure they come from Venezuela and sing in Spanish, but so the heck what? This album rocks my world - sort of a Clash-meets-LCD Sound System vibe. "Radio Capital" reminds of a fistfight between The Ramones and The Rapture. Good stuff.

Nuestra, La Vida Bohème
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