|Add Date:||2018-03-06|| ||Pull Date:||2018-05-08|| |
|Week Ending:||11 Mar|
The language of garage punk is not well adapted to expressing optimism. It’s usually more about fighting bad vibes with worse ones and flipping the bird at ill fortune, even (especially) if you brought it on yourself. On El Futuro, the third solo album from AJ Dávila, however, the former guitarist for sadly defunct Puerto Rican garage punk band Dávila 666 expands the genre’s vocabulary with an updated sound that promises a way forward for his music and for f@cks-free rock ‘n’ roll in general.|
Like: Davila 666, Los Nastys. Las Piñas. Los Vigilantes
Play: 1, 5, 8, 9
1.Beautiful (4:33) - Self-love anthem, cheers and good times power pop.
2.17 (1:39) - Popy punk garage.
3.Mi Vida (2:16) - Latin indie rock happy song.
4.Hoes Seeking The Ghost (2:48) - Mid tempo pop punk, great melody.
5.Hienas (3:24) - Indie pop rock with surf guitars.
6.Dolores (3:21) - Spanish indie rock.
7.Post Tenebras Lux (3:13) - Post punk vibe with great melody.
8.SS Youth (3:07) - Mid tempo nice vocals with very cool dark vibe.
9.El Futuro (5:14) - Post punk psych garage.