ItsNotYouItsMe "Come Thru Thursday Vocals" Features Saucy Spanish Dance Groove By Isabella Lovestory! Plus A Experimental Fast-tempo Sonics By Lucia Tacchetti!


ItsNotYouItsMe "Come Thru Thursday Vocals" Features Saucy Spanish Dance Groove By Isabella Lovestory! Plus A Experimental Fast-tempo Sonics By Lucia Tacchetti! 

 “Over the past few months, rising Honduran artist Isabella Lovestory has demonstrated her range across a string of vivacious perreo-pop singles such as "Golosa" and "Kitten Heel." Today, she's sharing her newest, "Mariposa." 

The thumping track arrives with a video co-directed by Heji Shin, Chicken, and Finnbar Porteous, in which Lovestory plays out her early-aughts MTV fantasies. Check out the video, and stay tuned for Lovestory's forthcoming follow-up to her 2019 debut EP Humo."- thefader.com/2020/09/10/isabella-lovestory-mariposa-video

      

 
 


"More than two years have passed since the launch of Vol.3D , the album with which Lucía Tacchetti appeared on the local scene. With an impressive set of synthesizers, truly the soul of her work, Eleté arrives after a good interval in which the artist took the opportunity to polish her style. Eleté takes up the two aspects that make up the essence of the artist: minimalist pop and a synthetic sound that brings retro reminiscences. With a wash of face, this new proposal emphasizes the greatest successes of its predecessor. 

Bordering on the dissonance between innocent and simple bases that seem taken from classic video games and lyrics full of strength and struggle, the songs that make up the album are pieces of an attractive collage of unusual virtues. After his last live appearance before the pandemic, a Niceto Club in the company of Jaz Esquivel and Catu Hardoy , Eleté's advances began to appear quickly. Along with “1K Needles” and “Honestidad”, released during the last months of waiting, about half of the album was ahead of its release. 

 A different pop Eleté is a pleasant surprise so far this year. With a good number of collaborations and even a cover of El Mató a un Police Motorizado , there is a variety of sounds that never ceases to amaze. In a repertoire of ten songs that make up the album, you can find the whole range of states that the artist puts about her music. 

The number of songs that deviate from the usual emotional introspection in pursuit of a fight and a clear message is remarkable and valuable. " Commandment " and "Shout loudly" are probably the most noticeable in this regard. You can listen to Eleté below or on Spotify ." - indieclubargentina.com/elete-lucia-tacchetti/

 

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