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El Hilo de Ariadna – MERCURY GIRLS: Ariana (Slumberland, 7″, 2016)

Impulsos juveniles usando elementos clásicos como el Indiepop desenfadado, el Shoegaze y el Pop de guitarras. Los resultados, más que esperanzadores.

“Now they cap of their first year with the release of their debut single, “Ariana.” While their sound uses classic indiepop as a jumping-off point, there are bits of shoegaze, post-punk and DIY punk in the mix that recall like-minded bands like Veronica Falls, Makthaverskan, Fear of Men and Frankie Rose. “Ariana” is gorgeous tangle of chorused, jangling guitars and Sarah’s dreamlike vocals. A marvelous two and a half minutes of perfect, forward-thinking pop. On the flip, “All That Heaven Allows” leans more on the band’s post-punk inspirations, marked by a careening rhythm and a huge chorus that will stick in your head for days” (Press)


21 octubre, 2016 Posted by | Merecury Girls | Deja un comentario


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