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Singer/songwriter Diego Garcia made a name for himself as leader of Elefant, a new-millennium postpunk band that took its cues from The Smiths and other '80s-era British bands. Garcia the solo artist still has an interest in Anglo rock (Aztec Camera and early Bowie come to mind), but his second album also finds him embracing his Argentine-American roots more strongly. This comes out most overtly on the Spanish-language shout-along chorus of “Donde Estas,” but there are also dramatic acoustic guitar leads and driving rhythms—as well as melodic elements that reference various traditional Latin folk styles. Garcia’s soft baritone is as seductive as ever here, playing the sexy crooner on “Truth Will Ring” and “My Heart Is an Island.” He sounds more contemporary on the catchy “Start with the End,” the dreamy “Tell Me,” and the flamenco-driven “My Everything.” Finding a way to reconcile his roots with his modern-day interests, Diego Garcia has successfully created an inspired middle ground on Paradise.

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New love- positive up beat tune. I look forward to the album release!


I love my wife, my kids and Diego Garcia. Not in that order!

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His first record was great. I know this one won't let me down. I can tell by the previews. Buy it support indie artists.


Born: Detroit, MI

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Although raised in an Argentinian family, Diego Garcia launched his songwriting career by reinterpreting the sounds of 1980s Brit-pop artists -- namely the Cure and the Smiths -- for an audience of 21st century New Yorkers. As the frontman of Elefant, he played a small role in the indie rock scene that swept through New York City during the new millennium, sharing the spotlight with similar groups like Longwave and stellastar*. After releasing their sophomore album in 2006, Elefant took a break while...
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