10 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their first album in six years, alt-rock icons Kinky whip up a set of wildly unpredictable and playfully experimental club anthems. Ditching the guitars almost entirely, the shape-shifting tracks of Nada Vale Más Que Tú ride the twisted drops of trap ("Charro Negro"), the stuttering riffs of electro-house (“Nación”), and even the rattling drums of reggaeton ("Qué Calor"). These grooves may offer euphoric thrills to rival the slickest DJs around, but even when they aim for sleek propulsion, Kinky retain their uniquely anarchic spirit.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their first album in six years, alt-rock icons Kinky whip up a set of wildly unpredictable and playfully experimental club anthems. Ditching the guitars almost entirely, the shape-shifting tracks of Nada Vale Más Que Tú ride the twisted drops of trap ("Charro Negro"), the stuttering riffs of electro-house (“Nación”), and even the rattling drums of reggaeton ("Qué Calor"). These grooves may offer euphoric thrills to rival the slickest DJs around, but even when they aim for sleek propulsion, Kinky retain their uniquely anarchic spirit.

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