Wednesday, April 29, 2009

[music] Zoé - Nada

"Zoé's Britpop and psychedelic influences set the band apart in its native Mexico. Produced by Phil Vinall (Radiohead), Nada constructs a musical bridge from Manchester to Mexico City. Comparisons to Placebo and the Cure are favorable, with moody keyboards, Duane Eddy–like guitar twang, and passionate vocals from León Larregui building to a climactic end. Let Zoé escort you down the tunnel into Mexico's alt-rock underground." -- iTunes Store

Genre: Latin

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Anonymous said...

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