Lisasinson Share Salgo a la Calle

It’s been a minute since I’ve run a proper Spanish language tune, and since I’ve long loved the worked of Lisasinson, today seems like the perfect day to work their new single into the mix. There’s no hiding the fact that this is a pure pop rock track, even if you might not grasp the lyrical content. Running into the track with that insatiable bounce, you’re going to find the fish hooks under your skin; the vocals are coolly offered up, driving a dash of melody into the core. Through its opening minutes you can hear this growling guitar wanting to join in the fray, and eventually it makes its way into the forefront, ripping through the softened melody and exploding with a tenacity that keeps the song’s edge in tact.

Sunlit Prep New Album, Share Back Single

I’m a sucker for big grandiose pop vibes, and Oxford’s Sunlit is definitely hitting that note this morning. You might recognize songwriter Joe Moore from the Yearning, but this new sound really hits hard on broad sweeping melodies and nostalgic sentiment. I can imagine a video with Joe at a piano, fog machines billowing behind him as the films wash is done with a grainy effect; there’s a light shining in the background, just as the chorus hits and the fans swoon. If you want big ballad vibes, sounds like Sunlit‘s got ’em. More info on the LP coming your way soon courtesy of Elefant.

Aika El Grupo Share New Single

Feel like the Winter time has a tendency to turn a bit mellow, so I want to make sure we’ve all got punchy pop to push our energy when we’re in a rut…so what better than Aiko El Grupo‘s new single! The tune’s just a frivolous blast of Spanish pop punk, full of this exuberance that I can’t believe they captured on tape; it reminds you in a lot of ways of Joanna Gruesome, without a care in the world. The drum beat will have you stomping, and the video will likely bring a slight grin to your face. If your day needs a kick in the pants, turn it up and have some fun.

Lisasinson Share Tu y Yo

There’s something about listening to Lisasinson that just makes life seem like a whole lot of fun; they fill their songs with joy and fun and hooks and riffs, in turn filling up my rock tank every time they drop a new single. In a few weeks they’ll be dropping a new mini-album, Perdona Mama, so this is our last chance to get a little sneak at what’s in store. The video is filled with antics and a solid rabbit chase, but I’m mostly sold on how consistently the quartet seem to just churn out these crushing pop rock tunes. To me, it’s all about the execution, they don’t try to do too much with the song, just staying steady around a solid vocal melody and quick rhythm lines. Seemingly simple, but it only rips if its done just right, like this lot. Look for the album to drop on April 9th via Elefant Records.

Lisasinson Share Cancion Para Mi Crush

At the very beginning of this year, Spanish outfit Lisasinson released “Atasco;” its been one of my favorite singles of the year, period. They return now with another single, just as infectious as the first one, which is part of their new single for Elefant Records. It starts with a ringing guitar steadily making its way through your speakers. Suddenly it drops in and the song takes off with more energy; the video version matches that exuberance by showing the group at their playful best together, showing us just a little bit of the joy still left out in the world. Don’t be turned away by the Spanish lyrics; you’ll miss out on a total pop rock ripper you need in your life!

Aiko El Grupo Share Quiero Conocer

You know when you turn on a song and you can immediately tell its got its musical hooks in you? Well, when I turned on this new jam from Aiko El Grupo, that’s exactly how I felt, even before the vocals came into play; it just had that inexplicable bounce I wanted to be part of right away. I wanted to jump about in celebration with all my friends; I wanted beer sprayed all through the air; I wanted us all screaming at the top of my lungs. In fact, that’s exactly what I got when everything came together from this new single…if that feels like something you’d want to be part of, then you better turn it up right now! The band release their debut album next month via Elefant Records.

Did You Miss Julie Et Joe’s Debut LP?

On our end, things are a little slow, at least as far as new jams I’m enjoying, so I went back a week or so to cull some releases I may have accidentally forgotten to inform you about, like the debut from Julie Et Joe. This Marelle LP is the first of the collaboration, featuring Joe Moore (the Yearning) and Julie Big (Le Superhomard), creating some joyous pop bits you’ll all enjoy. Upbeat numbers like “Baskets Fluourescentes” will surely have you bouncing in your home office char, while the title track “Marelle” is a much more thoughtful piece of delicate pop. Just thought some of you might want to try this on for size; the album is out now via Elefant Records.

Lisasinson Share Volverte a Enamorar

One of my favorite songs this year is “Atasco” by Spanish pop outfit Lisasinson. The band are still holed up working on their LP at the moment, but while we patiently wait, they’ve leaked another great single to help get us all there. As you’d expect from this bunch; its a riotous pop affair from the get-go; the song just reeks of summertime fun…and at the moment, that’s probably what we’re all needing in our lives at this very moment. Just another fun ditty to get us through the day. Keep an eye out here; I love jamming these tunes. Oh…and there’s a VIDEO too if you’re into it!

Fresh 7″ from Linda Guilala

Today completes the wonderful trilogy of singles from Spain’s Linda Guilala (band/not person); they drop a fresh 7″ on heralded label Test Pattern Records. The A-side here, it’s a stunner. Guitars and texture swirl in the air like snow flurries falling to the ground, leaving plenty of space for the warm vocals to move into the picture, as well as some buzzsaw guitars; it’s probably the most complete dream pop meets shoegaze tune I’ve heard this year. B-Side will definitely display nods to Stereolab, particularly in the movement of the rhythm section whilst being coated in organ stabs, feedback and layered vocal notes. Two brilliant songs to better your Friday. Absolutely brilliant. Grab the 7″ from Test Pattern Records, or stream it all day long!

La Bien Querida Share Que?

I always keep a close eye on Elefant Records; it’s one of the longest running homes to great Spanish indiepop, as well as other brands of the genre. Right now, they’re working on a couple of releases, but I’ve been really enjoying the amped up energy of the latest single from La Bien Querida. It begins with this upbeat indiepop energy, which perhaps might bring to mind New Order (especially if you listen to the drum loops). Still, the hook for me came with Ana Fernandez Villaverde’s voice, even before she’s joined Diego Ibanez. You could put her voice to anything and I’d probably fawn over it. Stoked to see that Brujeria is right around the corner; the new LP will be out on Elefant on September 27th.

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