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Zona Indie, Argentina
Cuando Te Hablo
Open Swimmer’s version of pop is jarring -even discordant – but it’s this blatantly simple approach that has us hooked. Sugar Bowl is a brilliant introduction to the band; playful yodelling is cut and pasted along a steady 4/4 drum beat, while witty banter takes the fore. Expect to hear a lot more from this Melbourne group.
Who The Hell, Australia
Meio Desligado, Brazil
Ride The Tempo, Canada
The Dagger Complex were formed in 2013 in Chile. Their debut EP, Vibrant, released by Beast Discos, is a collection of songs inspired by early 90s shoegaze and dream-pop, one foot set in the cadence of bands such as Slowdive or Mojave 3, the other one in the fuzzy mass of noise of The Jesus And Mary Chain and My Bloody Valentine.