Tijuana-based duo Mint Field are a musical pair who should definitely be on your radar. With their debut LP ‘Pasar De Las Luces’ landing Feb 23rd on Innovative Leisure, these girls are delivering excellent psych, shoegaze and dream pop sounds. Their latest single ‘Quiero Otoño de Nuevo’ is a perfect reflection of these styles whipped into one exciting package.
Mint Field have also shared the video to ‘Quiero Otoño de Nuevo’. The visuals feature a guy who facilitates the imagery on billboards, eventually finding himself struggling to remove a message that has now popped up on the screen, broadcasting it to the the outside world. You definitely wouldn’t want to be in his position! And for the record, pressing the ESC button on the keyboard clearly doesn’t always solve the problem. Have a look.
Berlin-based Graciela María is one of the most multi-faceted artists in the industry. Having weaved between various styles of music ranging from experimental electronica, moody and cinematic lo-fi, jazz-tinged downtempo on over to more Hip-Hop underlying beat cuts with Robot Koch, unlike many acts who tend to make an attempt at style shifting, she actually does it well…great in fact. Set to release a new album titled ‘Canto Siete’ on January 25th, Graciela María revisits the classic sounds of her native Mexico. The first offering from the LP comes in the form of this gorgeous version of ‘Adoro’, written by Armando Manzanero and originally released in 1967. Bursting with beauty, the spacious rendition is minimalist art with Graciela María’s exquisite vocals accompanied simply by tender guitar cello. Ripe with mesmeric qualities, ‘Adoro’ displays Graciela María at her best.
With their debut album ‘Pasar De Las Luces’ set to land February 23rd via Innovative Leisure Records, Tijuana-based duo Mint Field have unveiled the video for their latest single ‘Ojos En El Carro’. Directed by Alejandra Villalba García and César Ortiz, the hauntingly artistic video, shot in black and white, reflects the idea of death and spirits as women in some clips almost represent ghostly beings, whilst almost performing a ritualistic celebration in other scenes. Check it out.
Back in 2015 Canadian band Sc Mira dropped their killer record ‘Waiting Room Baby’ which whipped around the sounds of indie, alternative and a sort of folk-like styling which the band have dubbed death pop. Gaining traction, the next couple years found the band back in the studio working on new songs which would manifest itself into the forthcoming ‘Keep Crawling’ EP. Set to land September 22nd, the group have shared the lead-off track entitled ‘Mexico’. Slightly peppier stylistically with a Read more […]
The Young Turks label headed down to Tulum, Mexico to throw a huge NYE party featuring The xx, Grimes, FKA Twigs, SBTRKT, Sampha, Chairlift, Fourtet and Jon Talabot. The record company also collaborated with videographers Yours Truly to document the occasion and film the individual artists performing in various locations. In this clip, the beautiful FKA Twigs performs her song “Hide” in the ruins of a Mayan village, which is truly stunning. The film is also in conjunction with Dazed and Confused’s Read more […]
“The Hand Of Hec” is the current offering from Guadalajara, Mexico born, London based producer Hector. The EP is garnished with upbeat techno rhythms topped with delicious funk that makes for an enjoyable record. The EP is currently out on Mobilee Records. Listen to the preview. Read more […]