Before I gave them a little tour of the Sun City and before they went on to play their show, I caught up with The Artisanals for a quick interview. They came to El Paso a few months prior when they opened for Band of Horses. It's also safe to say that I have listened to their recently released: EP Literally, Anywhere ten times since last week. The EP includes songs like "Roll With It" and "Angel 42", which are already recognized by fans who have heard them or seen them play.
This good looking and stylish indie-rock band from South Carolina is made up of Johnny Delaware (vocalist), Clay Houle (guitar), Steven Walker (keyboards), Jordan Hicks (bass), and Josh Hoover (drums). First off, I asked the The Artisanals how they became a band and Clay responded: "We were all in different bands at the time. I was in another band in Atlanta and we played with Johnny's old band. After that, we went on tour together and became friends. When I moved to Charleston, we decided that we were going to start our own band together." **(Long story short)**. The cool thing about the guys coming from different bands is that they came with different styles and different tastes in music and that fusion made the EP sound "tasty" as Johnny put it.
The guys have been traveling a lot and this is their second time in El Paso in less than a year. I had to ask them what their favorite place(s) were so far and the guys responded, "Athens, Georgia and El Paso, Texas" because of how engaged and lively the crowds have been. Johnny even added, "I was going to have a meltdown if we didn't come back to El Paso". He said that when they last came here, the crowd was loud and attentive and in the moment that is was necessary for them to come back. It's obvious that the love for these cities and their fans is there and the people in these cities feel the same way about them.
The Artisanals plan to play in front of as many people as they can. Their main initiative for the moment is to keep playing as many shows in front of as many people as possible and to keep spreading the "gospel" that is their music.
I want to thank the guys of their time, kindness and great spirit! Go follow them on all their social media:
FB: The Artisanals
"In Panama, if someone is being racist we say: "Who is your Grandmother?", cause everyone's grandma is from somewhere. Someone's grandma is either Black or Native American somehow. It's a way of getting someone to stop being racist. For us, "Immigrants are beautiful", is a way of saying lets participate in this reality."- Enrique Chi.
Making Movies is a band who is currently on their "Immigrants are Beautiful Tour" with a blue butterfly as the logo of the tour representing an immigrants migration. This Afro-Latin rock band from Kansas City, Missouri is giving DACA recipients free tickets to their concerts, which is something bands don't usually do in general. It is something really special and it is necessary that people go and share this message of love with the band and fellow immigrants, cause WE ARE ALL IMMIGRANTS. When I first heard this band I was taken aback and I was immediately captivated by Enrique's (vocalist) voice and the instrumentals that followed it. It gave me the satisfaction and nostalgia of that when I am reading Cortazar and Neruda or when I am listening to Buena Vista Social Club and Centavrvs. I was really captivated from the first song and I have stopped listening since then.
This four member band consists of Diego Chi (bass guitar), Enrique Chi (vocals and guitar), Juan Carlos Chaurand (keyboard and percussions), and Andres Chaurand (drums). Making Movies has toured with several known bands and have collaborated with artists like Hurray for the Riff Raff, Alaina Moore and even Asdru Sierra. Making Movies decided to come to El Paso for the first time in order to promote their "Immigrants are Beautiful Tour". I asked them why they decided to call their tour like that and Enrique Chi answered, "it's kind of rejecting this fear based national media push. It's not just the media, but it's the White House and Donald Trump's Twitter account. It's rejecting that instigating fear. We look at the word immigrant in a more holistic way rather than the strict definition of it. We are talking about the human race as a whole. You know even going back to Mesopotamia and seeing how people have spread out. If I had been born a hundred years ago I would have been Colombian, but because of someone else's decisions and wanting to build a canal to make more money I am Panamanian. Does that change my make up as a human being, my soul, and spirit? No. We are all part of this human race".
I asked the band how they found their sound and Juan Carlos said that, "Enrique and Diego are Panamanian and Andres and I are Mexicanos and we dove in to the very grassroots music of where we come from. My brothers and I grew up dancing Folklorico and we brought that in as well." Enrique added that the roots of all music is from West Africa. He says he is not sure whether Afro-Latino is a great description of Making Movies, but he did add that "we can trace all rhythmic music from the Americas back to West Africa and the Yoruba rhythms."
"I Am Another You", which is a follow up of their previous album "A La Deriva", was produced by Steve Berlin of Los Lobos, whom the band considers their mentor. Enrique mentioned that Steve really helped the band "catch the spirit, which is Steve's way to describe that intangible thing". Now every time the band records something, they try to "catch the spirit".
Making Movies will release an EP December 1st called "You Are Another Me" and it consists of protest song covers and it is a companion to "I Am Another You". They made the album, not necessarily thinking politically, but it just happened. The band has released a few songs and they plan to release more. They are currently recording more songs, more often "just as a hip artist would". No matter how "fast" or how "slow" Making Movies releases a song, they really "catch the spirit" and they manage to crank out beautiful melodies with lyrics that caress it in a loving manner.
Making Movies plans on moving forward, playing, and expanding their tour. They hope to tour Mexico soon and record a new album.
After seeing them play live at the Lowbrow Palace in El Paso, Texas you can see each of their "spirits". You can tell they love being up there no matter the size of the crowd and that is something to admire in a band. I was just in awe and if one thinks that they sound good on CD, just wait until you hear them live. They will captivate you from beginning to end.
I want to thank the band for their time and listed below are all their social media handles:
FB: Making Movies
Twitter: Making Movies
"We wanted our band name to be "Chicaniado"".
This five piece band who recently opened up for Little Jesus is made up of Carlos Portillo (bass), Alejandro Guerrero (vocalist), Dante Mercado (drums), Daniel Chávez (guitar), Alexis Chairez (guitar) and they are from Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. This indie-rock band from the border, as the name indicates with Fronte standing for frontera, has recently released an EP with the two singles "Amante de Café" and "En Círclos". They only have physical copies of the EP (5 tracks) for now, but they hope to digitalize it soon so everyone can hear it.
Da Fronte started due to a connection between the five band members. They each belonged to different bands, but they soon realized they wanted to do something serious so they created this project called Da Fronte.
I asked the band how living on the border has influenced their music to which they replied "it is the cultural diversity and the people here. The people and the way they treat one is so kind compared to other places. The way the border affected our music has to do with the type of music our band members like. One might like rock and another might like norteñas and it is this clash that has shaped us."
Major influences for the band have been Soda Estereo, 80's Spanish Rock, Caifanes, The Killers, The Beatles, and The Police just to name a few. A little bit of those influences can be heard in their music, which makes it appealing. Plus, the indie-rock scene in Mexico is growing and a lot of support is needed. There are many indie-rock bands that are going unoticed and Da Fronte is urging people to give bands like that and like theirs a chance.
Go follow them on all their social media and go check out their latest singles.
FB: Da Fronte
All the way from Monterrey, Mexico hails this indie rock band: Bilbao. (Yes, the same Monterrey that Frank Sinatra sang about) This band is made up of four talented young fellas: Abdiel Alonso Torres Hernandez (guitarist), Aarón Eusebio Lozano (vocalist), Carlos Ariel Lozano (drums), Álex Iván Hernández Salazar (bass and back-up vocals). I recently got to talk to them and they are currently in Mexico City doing interviews for their upcoming material. They just hope to expand their music beyond Monterrey city.
These boys were formally known as Lioné and they decided to change their name to Bilbao about a month ago for the release of their new material. They mentioned that they decided to change their name because they wanted something "stronger". Lioné means lion in basque and Bilbao is a basque country. They just thought it would be a better fit for them.
I asked them how they would categorize themselves to which Alonso and Aarón answered "rock, indie and even electro-pop". They are influenced by bands like Little Jesus, Maná, and Oasis. I then asked them what made them different from other Mexican indie-rock bands and they said "mentality". They hope that with this new material they can achieve a lot.
I asked Aarón and Alonso what their new single "Azul" is about. Aarón answered "Azul is about an idealization of a woman in a very abstract way." They hope people will enjoy their new material and they will be releasing a single about every two-three months.
Go follow them on their social media:
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"The only constant is change and I can promise that every single Portugal album that comes out will be different than the one before and that it was the album we wanted to make." - Kyle O' Quin
By now, a lot of people are familiar with Portugal. The Man especially after their latest hit "Feel It Still". This Alaskan band is made up of John Gourley, Zach Carothers, Kyle O' Quin, and Jason Sechrist and Eric Howk. Portugal. The Man has been around for about fifteen years. It began as John Gourley's and Zach Carothers side project in 2002 up until the band evolved to what is today. Many of their hits throughout the years include "The Sun", "Purple Yellow Red Blue", "Modern Jesus", "Atomic Man", "So Young" and "Feel It Still".
What's exciting is that Portugal. The Man will be visiting the Sun City (El Paso) on October the thirteenth. Local band, The Chamanas, will be opening the show for them. These two bands have collaborated before and it will be exciting to see what they have in store. Portugal. The Man is excited to come to El Paso and they are definitely stoked to play at the Plaza Theater. I recently had the opportunity to ask Kyle O'Quin of Portugal. The Man some questions regarding the bands new material and The Chamanas.
Many people are not aware that before their latest album "Woodstock" came out, they had another album in the works called "Gloomin + Doomin". However, they did away with it and felt it imperative to start another album all together. John Gourley found an original Woodstock ticket in his father's belongings and that marked the beginning of what would become the "Woodstock" album. They did not throw out everything in "Gloomin + Doomin". Kyle said, "“I’m a rebel just for kicks” was a lyric we wrote when we started recording G + D. It was exciting in some ways, we had made 9 versions of some songs and worked with different people and we got so deep, we lost a little perspective." He mentioned that in the process it is important to throw ideas around and it's all part of a healthy creative process in any case.
From that decision came out the new global sensation which is their song "Feel It Still". Finally, (in my opinion) the band is getting the recognition they deserve after so many years playing. I asked Kyle what the band's reaction was to how quickly the song gained popularity. "We were stoked. We weren’t trying to write a “hit”, we just want to write good songs and that specific one came together in a matter of hours. It came together so naturally it kind of avoids that formulaic pop shit you hear on the radio or the feeling those songs give you when you hear them." It really is refreshing to hear something like that on the radio for a change and it's also very catchy. I can't help dance to it myself.
The new album cover features an old Rolls Royce bursting in flames which is different from their past albums which feature artwork specifically associated with Portugal. The Man. So, I could not help but ask what was the inspiration behind the new album. When one thinks of Woodstock, hippies, musicians, and festival goers are what comes to mind and not a car bursting. Kyle mentioned that the inspiration behind the new album cover was not planned. His friend Josh Welsh was driving his family to the Los Angeles Disneyland when he saw it and took a candid picture of it. "There’s so much symbolism in the image, and we really don’t always like putting our band name on everything single thing we make. We love that it’s an old Rolls Royce, kind of represents old money and a lot of the assholes in the world right now. Let’s burn this motherfucker down."
Portugal. The Man is a band that is also known for releasing albums every 1-2 years and it is impossible not to think about the pressure that might be put on a band. Pressure not only to produce music, but also to make it good. I asked Kyle whether the band felt pressured or were somewhat afraid of failure for which he responded, "We don’t feel pressure in the common way most artists do. We’ve always had amazing support from our team, we all want the same things and always have. To write timeless songs. The only constant is change and I can promise that every single Portugal album that comes out will be different than the one before and that it was the album we wanted to make."
For those that don't know, their album "In the Mountain In the Cloud" was mostly recorded at Sonic Ranch, which is outside of El Paso and it's located in Tornillo, Texas about forty minutes away. I asked Kyle about what the band thought of that experience. "The guy Tony that runs is a genuine bad ass, one of our favorite people. We love it there, it’s always been one of our favorite studios and we’ve recorded there multiple times. ITMITC wasn’t the easiest album to make for the band, each one’s a little different, but the time at Sonic Ranch really was the best part of that whole album’s process."
While discussing this, I had to ask Kyle how it was like meeting The Chamanas, about The Chamanas having had recorded two of Portugal. The Man's songs in Spanish, and what they thought of them. "Well Manny Calderon who’s in the band actually works at Sonic Ranch. We’ve known Manny for years and absolutely love him. They had asked about doing a cover, and it turns out we like their version better than ours ha. They’re such a good band, they have to stop recording cooler versions of our songs…I got to talk to Manny." Both the English and Spanish versions of the songs are fantastic. I really recommend people hear both.
To end the interview, I asked what the band looked the most forward to while in El Paso to which he responded, "Food, drink, food, drink, food, drink. I’m not going to name names but one of our favorite restaurants in the world is in Mexico City. Also, without sounding cliche, the people. The shows there have an energy we don’t always feel in the states, it’s hard to explain. But we feel crazy love from Mexico and we want to give some love back to one of our favorite cities. We’re beyond excited." El Paso and myself are excited to have Portugal. The Man. It's about time!
I want to thank Kyle O'Quin, Portugal. The Man, and their management team for the lovely attention. Go check out all their music videos on Youtube. All songs are available on iTunes, Spotify, Pandora, ect.
More information on Woodstock specifically can be found on: http://www.portugaltheman.com/bio.
Samal Ayuka: "Named after Samalayuca, the desert dunes on the outskirts of Juarez, Mexico."
The band's name is self-explanatory, plus it's fun to say, it's one of those names you want to repeat because it sounds good. Samal Ayuka is a Juarense band made up Oscar Daniel Segundo (vocals/guitar), Juan Pablo Gutierrez "Pita" (Drums), Fernando Burgos (Keys) , Jorge Vazquez "Chito" (bass), Erland Ramirez Cardiel (Keys) and Hector Ruiz "Reez" (Drums). These band members have known each other since high school, but the most interesting part, which some people might not know, is that they have collaborated on different well known projects like: Hello Seahorse!, Teen Flirt, Laboratories, The Jungles and Sistemas Vocales. This band is about a year old, but have many great projects coming this year and the potential is infinite.
I have to admit that even though I am from the border region, I barely discovered this band five months ago when I was scrolling through Twitter. I stumbled upon an interview done by Le Butcherettes , where Teri Genderbender (vocalist of Le Butcherettes) was asked what five songs she would recommend and one of them happened to be a song by Samal Ayuka. When she mentioned that they were from Chihuahua I was like "What??!!", so as any reasonable person would do I immediately turned to Youtube to listen to Samal Ayuka and then and there I became a huge fan of theirs.
Samal Ayuka has recently released their latest single "Paranoico" , which is only the beginning because the band is expected to release a full length album soon. Hopefully sometime in the beginning of next year. I recently caught up with Oscar (vocalist) to discuss some of the things mentioned. I asked him about the new single "Paranoico" and what it meant to them considering the name itself means paranoid. He mentioned that it's sort of a representation of one's self even though it might sound negative. Also it symbolizes certain relationships with certain people. "It's like looking in a mirror and realizing you are not O.K. It's like when you are broken and you don't have control over that aspect of yourself."
This single is great and the new video for can be found on Youtube. One can only imagine how great the whole album will sound like. With the advent of the new album, the band hopes to do to also do a tour for it. As I pointed out to Oscar, there are already some comments on their social media requesting it. He says he would wish this as well however the band is also working on like 4-5 other projects and there are many other factors involved as well.
As any band made up of so many people form different bands and backgrounds I had to ask what were the bands biggest influences. Oscar laughed and said there are infinite songs and bands that it would be hard to say. He says that each of the band member have such a different taste in music and each listen to it from a different "angle". "For example, I can focus on certain frequencies that drive me crazy and one of my friends can focus on something else and not be phased." He did mention that genres that heavily influence the band are rock and electronic music. He admits that he is really into hip-hop, but at the end of the day they all come together and bring their own perspectives to the "table."
At this point in the interview I asked Oscar how considering that Samal Ayuka is a band from Juarez, how is it that the band is influenced by the border in the sense of their music and personally. He said well, "My generation was the penultimate generation to experience "Juarez Libre" which was before all the violence. We pretty much had the liberty to do whatever we wanted and we were not afraid. You can be up late and go anywhere and not be scared or fear for one's life. It was that freedom that shaped us. Bands from the border are way different from that of the center of Mexico. We have that influence from the United States as well as Mexico." He feels like bands from the border are more aware of these bands and music movements happening in the U.S. whereas their central Mexico counterparts pay more attention to the music movement happening in Europe and Latin America.
Oscar says that something that really stands out to him about the border is the tranquility and the easy pace of life here unlike the big cities. He mentions they call the border region "la tierra del mañana", meaning something of the lines that we are like "we'll do it tomorrow" and life will be alright. He admits he loves the slow-pace and it helps him be creative music-wise and it even gives him time to read a book and do stuff he really enjoys.
I want to thank Oscar and the band for this opportunity. I encourage everyone to look up their music on i-tunes, Spotify, Youtube, and follow them on Instagram @samalayuka.
"La música es una válvula de escape."- Siddhartha.
Desde la hermosa ciudad de Guadalajara por su tour “Únicos” llega a la frontera Siddhartha para promocionar su nuevo álbum. Este es el cuarto álbum de Siddhartha en donde se pueden encontrar títulos como “Únicos”, “Cámara”, “El Chico” e “Imán”. El Jueves pasado se presento en Lowbrow Palace y tuve la oportunidad de platicar con el sobre temas relacionados a su música y la frontera.
Sentados en el “backroom” antes de la presentación donde se escuchaba y se sentía al público ansioso por verlo le pregunte a Siddhartha si antes había estado aquí en El Paso y que le habia gustado de aqui. Me dijo que había estado aquí pero que jamás había tocado antes en El Paso, solo en Ciudad Juárez. También menciono que había pasado por la ciudad cuando grabo un disco de Zoé en Sonic Ranch. Comento que para el “Todas las ciudades fronterizas tienen un sabor especial son una mezcla, saben diferentes en México y saben diferentes en los Estados Unidos”. Aun que admitió que no podría dar opinión final hasta después del show.
Respecto a su música le pregunte como fue el proceso del nuevo álbum titulado “Únicos” en comparación a los demás discos por que en otra entrevista menciono algunos “retiros” que hace para los discos. El dijo que el y los integrantes procuran ir a lugares diferentes para cada disco; como en uno de sus discos anteriores lo hicieron en una hacienda situada en Michoacán junto un lago muy bonito, en alguna otra ocasión en una cabaña en el bosque y el más reciente de estos retiros fue en la playa y el dice que eso le dio un sabor relajado al disco. “Fluyeron muy facil las canciones” expreso Siddhartha.
Hablando sobre de la música le pregunte sobre su misión con su musica y ¿Que es lo que busca transmitir a sus oyentes con ella? para esto indico el artista que realmente no tenía una meta en específica, “Solo trato de sacar mis emociones y sentimientos, para mí la música es una válvula de escape, una manera de sacar mis pensamientos negativos y sanar. Lo hago pensando en mi, pero siento que nosotros los seres humanos pasamos en algún momento por situaciones similares entonces creo que allí está la conexión y no pretendo en querer predicar un sentimiento”
Después de haberle preguntado a Siddhartha que artistas o grupos lo inspiran, el comento que principalmente las bandas que lo influenciaron desde chico y aunque han ido cambiando con el tiempo fueron “The Beatles”, “Michael Jackson”, “Soda Estéreo”, “Caifanes” y el movimiento del género “Rock en Español” en general fue lo que lo inspiro a producir música. Con el tiempo sus gustos han cambiado, expresa “Cada vez es mas dificil contestar esta pregunta. Mi gusto en la musica es cada vez mas variada. Me gusta el jazz, rock, tango y cierto rango de música electrónica, así como la música tradicional por supuesto y hay mucha música con la que me identifico”. El artista admitio que cada vez le es más difícil contestar esa pregunta.
Cambiando el tema un poco después le pregunte ¿Qué opina sobre la frontera? Comenta “Que en la frontera se está viviendo un momento crítico político, es un momento crítico entre México, Estados Unidos y el mundo entero. Es una pesadilla que aun este pasando esto en el 2017, me da tristeza que en ese sentido no hemos avanzado, vamos en retroceso y es como haber destapado un coladero de ratas. Salio gente con mucho restentimiento y entre los seres humanos, lo mejor sería que la gente no se entregue a eso y demostrar lo contrario.”
Le queremos agradecer a esta excelente banda por su tiempo y sin duda alguna les recomendamos a los oyentes de estos géneros que los sigan en las redes sociales para que puedan conocer el repertorio de Siddhartha.
From the beautiful city of Guadalajara come Siddhartha to promote his new tour for his latest album, “Unicos”. This is his fourth album where you could find songs like “Únicos”, “Cámara”, “El Chico” and “Imán”. This past Thursday he playe at the Lowbrow Palace and I had the pleasure of asking him a few questions relating to his music and the border region of El Paso and Juarez.
We were sitting on a couch in the “backroom” where it could be heard that the crowd was anxious and ready to see him and the band play. I started off by asking Siddhartha whether he had been to El Paso before and he said that he had played in Juarez before, but not in El Paso. However, he admitted that he could not fullly give me an answer until after the show. He said he had passed by El Paso when he recorded an album with Zoé at Sonic Ranch. He said, “All border cities are unique and they have certain “flavor” to them. They are a mix of the Mexican and American culture.”
In regards to his new album, I asked Siddhartha how the process for his new album “Ùnicos”, differed from his previous albums based on the fact that he does “retreats” for each of them. He mentioned that, “a previous disc was made in a “hacienda” in Michoacán next to a beautiful lake and another one we did it in a cabin in a forest. The latest disc was made at the beach. It gave it a relaxed feel. Each song came easily and it all flowed together.”
On that subject, I asked him if he had a particular message he wanted to transmit through his music. He said, “No. I use music as an outlet. I let all those negative thoughts pour out and I allow myself to heal. I do music for myself, basically. We as human beings, go through simialr things at least at one point in our lives and we can realate to music a certain way.”
I then proceeded to ask him what his major musical influeces have been throughout life and how they shaped him. He started off by stating tha as a child his influences were Michael Jackson, The Beatles, Soda Estereo, Caifanes and the “rock en español” movement. He admitted that he likes a wide variety of genres like jazz, tango, traditional Mexican music, certain spectrums of the electronic music and many more. He said, “It get s more difficult to answer this question.”
To wrap things up I asked Siddhartha what he thought about the border and what is going on in the area and he said that, ”it is a very critical political moment for Mexico, the United States, and the world. There is a lot of resentment and it is a nightmare that we are still living with certain ideologies in 2017. We are regessing as a society, but it is important to fight against it and stand up for what we believe in.”
I want to thank Siddhartha for his time and I invite everyone to follow him on social media. I also encourage everyone listen to his past music as well as his newest album, “Únicos”.
These are mostly modern rock songs sung by badass women. You'll see mostly new songs. (Saving those old school rock n' roll women pioneers for another recommendation list). Women are equally talented and should be treated the same in the music industry however that is not the case. The best explanation I have read for this is in the zine CAN YOU DEAL? Below are some great ROCK songs in English by women ( I am aware there is plenty in other languages). Check em out:
Much more coming on another suggestion list!!
This band is made up of Sergio Hernandez (guitar), Daniel Corpus (vocals), Angel (bass), and Omar (drums). Their biggest singles right now is Caballo de Mar and Quetzal. These very enthusiastic chicos make up the band Flamél and they consider themselves a band from El Paso that plays space rock. Not everyone sees it that way because people compare them to a wide variety of musicians and bands. They are all from El Paso, Texas yet the band plays music in Spanish and what happens is that it creates some sort of identity "crisis". They will play shows in El Paso yet be considered the band from Juarez and vice-versa. However, this doesn't stop the guys from wanting to play what they want and instead they want to defy standards.
Flamél was started by Daniel and Angel in 2013 when they grabbed some inspiration for the band's name from the French Alchemist, Nicolas Flamel, which was the first to discover the philosopher's stone. Angel mentioned, "We are together but not mixed up. Flamél is a little bit of everything and that is why we identify with the philosopher's stone. We all listen to different styles of music, so this all has to do with how we go about and make it."
The vast variety of each of these musicians help incorporate the style that is Flamél. The musical taste for these guys range from rock in Spanish to reggae to indie. This gives it a unique flare to the band. I asked the guys who their music influences were for the band and they responded with, "Caifanes has been our biggest influence. We'd say we are a mix of Caifanes and Porter, but some people say we are like the bastard child of The Strokes and Zoé." The way Sergio put it was "Somos el hijo del lechero."
Flamél played at the battle of the bands, round 1 for the Juarez Music Fest and they also played at Neon Desert Music Festival. These guys have a lot of stuff going on, that future projects are inevitable. Angel mentioned that they are going to start making singles and release videos for them. They had actually not contemplated playing at festivals, but it happens. They plan on releasing "one single every six months" and hope to record it at Sonic Ranch.
I asked Angel and Sergio what songs they recommend to their fans (which also represent the band) and they said:
1. Miercoles de Cenizas- Caifanes
2. Murcielago -Porter
3. Let it happen- Tame Impala
4. Popscuro- Clubz
5. La Luna -Little Jesus
Their first album, Flamél vol. 1 is available on all media platforms.
Go follow them on Instagram: flamel_mx
Thank you guys! Best luck and can't wait for all the new singles!