Elefant Últimas noticias http://elefant.com Tue, 22 May 2018 08:11:38 +0100 FeedCreator 1.7.2 ELEFANT: Upcoming Releases [2018] PUTOCHINOMARICÓN, COOPER, AXOLOTES MEXICANOS http://elefant.com/{*noticia}/956/ELEFANT: Upcoming Releases [2018] PUTOCHINOMARICÓN, COOPER, AXOLOTES MEXICANOS <p><strong><em>MAY</em></strong></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>*COOPER</strong>&nbsp;&quot;Tiempo, Temperatura, Agitaci&oacute;n&quot;&nbsp; LP/CD [18-5-2018]</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>*AXOLOTES MEXICANOS</strong>&nbsp;&quot;Salu2&quot;&nbsp; LP [11-5-2018]</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp; &nbsp;</p><p><strong><em>APRIL</em></strong></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>*PUTOCHINOMARIC&Oacute;N</strong>&nbsp;&quot;Corazón De Cerdo Con Ginseng Al Vapor&quot;&nbsp; Mini LP 10&quot; [20-4-2018]</p><p><em>NEW ADVENTURES IN POP 042</em></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><em><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://elefant.com/uploads/foto/3/720x410_00004313.jpg\" style=\"width: 150px; height: 150px;\" /></em></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>*COOPER </strong>&quot;Infinito&quot; Single Digital [17-4-2018]</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://elefant.com/uploads/foto/1/720x410_00004341.jpg\" style=\"width: 150px; height: 150px;\" /></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>*AXOLOTES MEXICANOS</strong>&nbsp;&quot;Doble Check&quot; Single Digital [13-4-2018]</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://elefant.com/uploads/foto/4/720x410_00004334.jpg\" style=\"width: 150px; height: 150px;\" /></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>*FITNESS FOREVER</strong>&nbsp;&quot;Baby Love (Fare Soldi Remix)&quot; Single Digital [10-4-2018]</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://elefant.com/uploads/foto/2/720x410_00004332.jpg\" style=\"width: 150px; height: 150px;\" /></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>*RUSH WEEK</strong>&nbsp;&quot;Feels&quot;&nbsp; LP/CD [6-4-2018]</p><p>&nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://elefant.com/uploads/foto/4/720x410_00004274.jpg\" style=\"width: 150px; height: 150px;\" /></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong><em>MARCH</em></strong></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>*NOS MIRAN</strong>&nbsp;&quot;Humo&quot;&nbsp; Mini LP 10&quot; [16-3-2018]</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://elefant.com/uploads/foto/5/720x410_00004275.jpg\" style=\"width: 150px; height: 150px;\" /></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>*IBON ERRAZKIN&nbsp;</strong>&quot;Foto A&eacute;rea&quot;&nbsp; LP [9-3-2018]</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://elefant.com/uploads/foto/3/720x410_00004253.jpg\" style=\"width: 150px; height: 150px;\" /></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp; &nbsp;</p><p><strong>*RUSH WEEK</strong>&nbsp;&quot;Feelings&quot; Digital Single [7-3-2018]</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://elefant.com/uploads/foto/1/720x410_00004301.jpg\" style=\"width: 150px; height: 150px;\" /></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>*SOFT REGIME</strong>&nbsp;&quot;Hard Feelings&quot; Mini LP 10&quot; [2-3-2018]</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://elefant.com/uploads/foto/2/720x410_00004272.jpg\" style=\"width: 150px; height: 150px;\" /></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong><em>FEBRUARY</em></strong></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>*ALPACA SPORTS</strong>&nbsp;&ldquo;Summer Days&rdquo; Single Digital [16-2-2018]&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://elefant.com/uploads/foto/0/720x410_00004270.jpg\" style=\"width: 150px; height: 150px;\" /></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><b><i>JANUARY</i></b></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>*LA CASA AZUL</strong>&nbsp;&quot;El Momento&quot; Single Digital [30-1-2018]</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://elefant.com/uploads/foto/4/720x410_00004264.jpg\" style=\"width: 150px; height: 150px;\" /></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>*LINDA GUILALA</strong>&nbsp;&quot;Primavera Negra&quot; Single 7&quot; [26-1-2018]</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://elefant.com/uploads/noticia/5/441x273_thumb_00000955.jpg\" style=\"width: 150px; height: 150px;\" /></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>*THE YEARNING</strong> &quot;Take Me All Over The World&quot; Mini-CD/Mini-LP 10&quot; [19-1-2018]</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://elefant.com/uploads/foto/2/720x410_00004252.jpg\" style=\"width: 150px; height: 150px;\" /></p> COOPER: Release their fifth album &quot;Tiempo, Temperatura, Agitación&quot; http://elefant.com/{*noticia}/978/COOPER: Release their fifth album &quot;Tiempo, Temperatura, Agitación&quot; <p>Tiempo, Temperatura and Agitaci&oacute;n are the three key parameters to keep in mind when you&rsquo;re dealing with traditional film developing in photography. The developing process requires an artisanal meticulousness with the use of these factors, and they can change depending on the type of film, the maker, etc. and they can make a big difference in the final result. We imagine that fans of <strong>&Aacute;lex Diez</strong> understand this perfectly. Because the three variables that give this new album its name (the fifth full-length with COOPER), reflect key aspects to his way of understanding music and, why not, the world: details, craftwork, passion and being careful with everything analogue and vintage.</p><p><br />But let&rsquo;s take this analysis a little further. What does photography have to do with all this? What is <strong>&Aacute;lex</strong> trying to tell us with this concept of the instantaneous image that is developed slowly? We&rsquo;re going to explain our own personal theory. <strong>&Aacute;lex </strong>is a huge fan of photography, and it&rsquo;s also possible that the message hides the idea of an album as a snapshot of an artist at a specific moment in time, a reflection of what he is personally and artistically, here and now. And maybe the message is about how difficult it is to achieve a final result you&rsquo;re satisfied with; it&rsquo;s the same as with traditional film developing &ndash; there are so many different factors that need your closest attention in order to get the desired result.<br />&nbsp;<br />If we follow this line of thought, we can almost say that <strong>&Aacute;lex Diez </strong>is enjoying a second youth; in this image we can see renewed freshness and vitality. On &ldquo;Tiempo, Temperatura, Agitaci&oacute;n&rdquo; we have a collection of hits like we haven&rsquo;t had in years. &ldquo;El &Uacute;ltimo Tren&rdquo; opens things strong, with a metal section that will be with us in many moments of the album, raising the soul spirit, and with <strong>&Aacute;lex</strong>&rsquo;s and <strong>Mario</strong>&rsquo;s guitars radiating electricity with a blinding energy. And then we move on to &ldquo;Salto&rdquo;, a personal trademark: solid, fast, just reading the name of the song makes you dizzy. Soul-pop rhythm, saturated but defined guitars, <strong>Dani</strong>&rsquo;s bass full of groove, intravenous vitamins. Infallible. &ldquo;Ya Lleg&oacute; El Verano&rdquo; confirms our theory about <strong>&Aacute;lex</strong>&rsquo;s second youth: luminous, pure, optimistic pop that reminds us of some of his best songs, like &ldquo;Cerca Del Sol&rdquo; and &ldquo;Entre Girasoles&rdquo;. &ldquo;Graciela&rdquo; steps on the distortion pedal and stays true to the solidness, and is in line with what we&rsquo;ve heard up to now, ready to become another bull&rsquo;s eye that will clearly be on the set-list of his live shows for many years to come. It&rsquo;s a new story of rebellious girls who are looking for their own path and a break from their current lives, who leave everything behind. &ldquo;Luz&rdquo; is a melancholic mid-tempo, sweet and luminous, with chords vibrating clean and clear.&nbsp;<br />&nbsp;<br />On &ldquo;Islandia&rdquo; we find ourselves with a new treatise for pop &ndash; vigorous, elegant, and with an especially energetic voice. Did you say THE POSIES? GUIDED BY VOICES? We were talking about a snapshot and this song is <strong>&Aacute;lex Diez</strong>: incredible places to run away to, where you can have new adventures, and discover new paths. &ldquo;Infinito&rdquo; (more power-pop) and &ldquo;Provisional&rdquo; (more garage) make it clear: he never lost his sense for those great choruses, catchy songs and brilliant pop.<br />&nbsp;<br />And now there&rsquo;s a twist. It couldn&rsquo;t all be so easy. There are two final songs to close the album with a surprising, emotional, absolutely amazing turn. So far we barely reached an average of three minutes per song, and suddenly we find ourselves with five minutes of dirty, tribal funk, infected with <strong>Curtis Mayfield </strong>and Madchester acid echoes: &ldquo;Dos Grados Bajo Cero&rdquo;. It&rsquo;s a hallucinogenic song that suddenly lets the air in (though the sun never left) with a bridge where the voice makes its presence know, where we unexpectedly hear something of LE MANS&rsquo; ray of light, only to go right back into lysergic dance. Incredible. So then, where are we, really?</p><p><br />&nbsp;<br />And then you get to &ldquo;Telara&ntilde;as&rdquo; and it tears you apart. It&rsquo;s a song for memory and remembering, cradled between exceptional string arrangements. Is this photograph a story about the need to remember? Of not letting anything be forgotten?<br /><br />The song that has been selected to be the first advance single of the album is &ldquo;Infinito&rdquo;, which is an instant classic in the group&rsquo;s repertoire right from the first listen, and comes with a fantastic video by AfterliVe<strong>, </strong>plagued with images of Barcelona, the &ldquo;new city&rdquo; the song&rsquo;s lyrics allude to. Just like on the rest of the album, &ldquo;Infinito&rdquo; drinks from the waters of the sonic fountain of youth. Fresh, impetuous, passionate, energetic. The return of the New Wave spirit, updated and brought into our time.<br /><br />Any way you look at it, &ldquo;Tiempo, Temperatura, Agitaci&oacute;n&rdquo; is an exceptional album, maybe one of the best in all of <strong>&Aacute;lex Diez</strong>&rsquo;s career, if not the best, where he has collaborated on production again with <strong>Eugenio Mu&ntilde;oz</strong>, whom he worked with both in COOPER and in LOS FLECHAZOS. Ten songs that will stir things up in concert, that will make the most steadfast hearts vibrate, and surprise new fans with COOPER&rsquo;s absolute ability to excite. It will be released in digital format, on CD Digipak, and on purple, 600-copy numbered-limited-edition vinyl. Don&rsquo;t miss it!</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><iframe allow=\"autoplay; encrypted-media\" allowfullscreen=\"\" frameborder=\"0\" height=\"375\" src=\"https://www.youtube.com/embed/BWK6O-9RsKI\" width=\"607\"></iframe></p> AXOLOTES MEXICANOS: Release &quot;Salu2&quot; LP http://elefant.com/{*noticia}/974/AXOLOTES MEXICANOS: Release &quot;Salu2&quot; LP <p>This is a new era for pop, in so many different ways, and the AXOLOTES MEXICANOS have been and continue to be, without a doubt, one of the most pressing promises on the national scene. Their Mini-LP and their Singles have been models in audacity and strength. And here they are again, at last! And we can&rsquo;t even believe it. &ldquo;Salu2&rdquo; is an album that reflects a moment in time, starting with the title itself, and the cover.</p><p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://elefant.com/uploads/foto/0/00004370.JPG\" style=\"width: 607px; height: 607px;\" /></p><p>The instrumental &ldquo;Intro&rdquo; and &ldquo;Astor&rdquo; go right into what we were expecting &ndash; unhinged, hyper-energetic, catchy, youthful and speedy pop-punk with lyrics that twist your heart into a knot. But then &ldquo;Doble Check&rdquo; comes on, and your head spins. Those fat, broken, fragile beats, a slippery song that still maintains every last drop of the immediacy of its predecessors intact. Capital letter POP, twenty-first century pop. &ldquo;Trececatorce&rdquo; dives head first into sped-up J-pop. &ldquo;Nacida Para Sufrir&rdquo; and &ldquo;Sin Ti&rdquo; are euro-pop, disco, pop-punk&hellip; HELEN LOVE, JUNIPER MOON, SHAMPOO, early PHOENIX&hellip; But no, there&rsquo;s autotune, those twisted frequencies, they talk about TOFUBEATS and KERO KERO BONITO&hellip;</p><p><br />And yes, again, only two of the thirteen songs on the album reach the three-minute mark. They maintain the impeccable effectiveness of their choruses, as, to give an example, &ldquo;Menos 100&rdquo; and &ldquo;Vaga&rdquo; demonstrate. And yes, there are more examples of their canonic, irreverent punk-rock, like &ldquo;Estanquero&rdquo;. But songs like &ldquo;XXX&rdquo; and their digital flirtations, mixed with those merciless guitars, the roller-coaster-like structures, and that melody that makes your heart swell and your feet move, all of these things are what have turned AXOLOTES MEXICANOS into a group that is representative of the sound of their times &ndash; a sound that is unmistakably their own but is also inevitably tied to the time they themselves are writing. Or &ldquo;Farmacia&rdquo;, which surprises us in its plays on references and tropical evocations, its slippery programming that is also direct and soaked in J-pop. Or &ldquo;Heavens Gate&rdquo; and its passionate, dislocated, digitalizedpunk.<br /><br />And we also can&rsquo;t forget to mention those impossible lyrics &ndash; so much fun, without beating around the bush, capable of handling taboos with alarming ease. Without prejudices. Without limits. Just listen to that barely minute long &ldquo;Debora Tartas&rdquo;. Be sarcastically scandalized. It&rsquo;s the only thing to do. And enjoy it.<br /><br />With the support of <strong>Carlos Ren&eacute;</strong> on production work and a few songs, which he also plays live with them now, <strong>Juan</strong> and <strong>Olaya Pedrayes </strong>have written a surprising album that puts them right in the spotlight of the here and now of national music. The album will be released in vinyl (500-copy, numbered-limited-edition, transparent vinyl) and digital format, and will definitely have people writing and talking about it. Please excuse us &ndash; what we mean to say is, &ldquo;Salu2&rdquo; is going to use up tons of megs.</p><p style=\"margin: 0px; padding: 0px; outline: 0px; font-size: 11px; font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; vertical-align: baseline; color: rgb(51, 51, 102);\">&nbsp;</p><p style=\"margin: 0px; padding: 0px; outline: 0px; font-size: 11px; font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; vertical-align: baseline; color: rgb(51, 51, 102);\"><iframe allow=\"autoplay; encrypted-media\" allowfullscreen=\"\" frameborder=\"0\" height=\"375\" src=\"https://www.youtube.com/embed/new_dt1oBec\" style=\"margin: 0px; padding: 0px; outline: 0px; font-weight: inherit; font-style: inherit; font-family: inherit; vertical-align: baseline;\" width=\"607\"></iframe></p> NELEONARD: Release “El Bufón”, advance Digital Single of their second album “Un Lugar ... http://elefant.com/{*noticia}/979/NELEONARD: Release “El Bufón”, advance Digital Single of their second album “Un Lugar Imaginado” <p>We enjoyed that foretold surprise that was NELEONARD&rsquo;s debut album so much, with their singles, their first album and their marvelous live shows. Critics and fans alike praised them. Now the time has come to open a new cycle, with the imminent arrival of their second full-length, &ldquo;Un Lugar Imaginado&rdquo;, which will be released after summer. In the meantime, they have left us a wonderful advance song from that highly anticipated album: &ldquo;El Buf&oacute;n&rdquo;.<br />&nbsp;<br />It is a paragon of soul-pop with touches of northern, influences of CAMERA OBSCURA and ALLO DARLIN&rsquo;, their trademark vocal play, absolutely amazing arrangements, lyrics that, once again, hit you where it hurts, cut you in half, and then just at the last second, smile at you. Like they themselves say: <em>&ldquo;El Buf&oacute;n&rdquo; is aimed at that person you loved so much and who didn&rsquo;t care about or trust in you. That person shows up a few years later, after you felt awful, looking for all the possible mistakes you could have made, having felt small and insignificant, broken&hellip; And they declare their eternal love to you, telling you how much you meant to them and their life, and tries to go back to that time. But you have already moved on&hellip; And two feelings collide inside you: on the one hand, anger for the hard times you went through and &ldquo;what could have been&rdquo;, and on the other hand bitter satisfaction and the melancholy that remains after the initial ironic-evil rush of excitement. That is, when you discover that what you are left with is the ruins of a frustrated relationship, the good moments, the complicity, and the sad feeling of having been insignificant in the course of events. </em><br />Like we said, a dissection through and through.<br />&nbsp;<br />So, while we continue with the countdown, we can enjoy this Digital Single that comes with a video where we can see the band playing, giving off ease and that happiness and energy that is so characteristic of them.<br />&nbsp;</p><p><iframe allow=\"autoplay; encrypted-media\" allowfullscreen=\"\" frameborder=\"0\" height=\"375\" src=\"https://www.youtube.com/embed/ROVFeampHYc\" width=\"607\"></iframe></p> PUTOCHINOMARICÓN: &quot;Corazón De Cerdo Con Ginseng Al Vapor&quot; Mini-LP ... http://elefant.com/{*noticia}/971/PUTOCHINOMARICÓN: &quot;Corazón De Cerdo Con Ginseng Al Vapor&quot; Mini-LP 10&quot; [New Adventures In Pop 042] <p>Our &ldquo;New Adventures In Pop&rdquo; collection came about as a way to give voice to new artists whose projects captivated Elefant Records (PAPA TOPO, TRONCO, DIE KATAPULT, AXOLOTES MEXICANOS...). But sometimes, some groups spread so quickly online and on social networks, and their songs and messages have such an impact that when their first songs are officially released they are already really well known. They&rsquo;ve already been applauded by the media and stalked by the most unconditional fans. Such is the case with&nbsp;<strong>Chenta Tsai Tseng</strong>, better known as PUTOCHINOMARIC&Oacute;N. A migrant originally from China, he is an architect, a musician, an activist, and a unique, inimitable character in love with pop culture from recent decades. Interviews in El Pa&iacute;s, La Sexta, El Confidencial, FantasticPlastic, Radio 3&hellip; Concerts where the audience goes crazy and songs that are authentic protest anthems for new generations&hellip; These have been his first steps in the music world.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p><br />Yes, like we are saying, this is his first record label release, but he has thousands of views on YouTube and has already given us so much to talk about&hellip; Some places actually say he is an &ldquo;influencer&rdquo; because of how intense his Instagram activity is. Some people will already be gritting their teeth. That&rsquo;s when PUTOCHINOMARIC&Oacute;N rubs his hands together and sharpens his quill. His thing is to break down preconceptions and along these lines we already know before we start that our words are going to fall short.</p><p>He makes it clear from the first minute, on the song that introduces him and opens this Mini-LP, &ldquo;Puto Chino Maric&oacute;n&rdquo;. In just thirty seconds, he tells us exactly where he is coming from: &ldquo;Puto chino maric&oacute;n / La gente por la calle me llama as&iacute; / No me robes mi trabajo / Vete a tu puto pa&iacute;s&rdquo; (<em>Fucking Chinese fag / That&rsquo;s what the people on the street call me / Don&rsquo;t steal my job / Go back to your fucking country).</em> How many migrant artists born in this country have we seen releasing albums? His answer is devastating: &ldquo;<em>there are barely any migrant artists because immigration policies don&rsquo;t offer equal opportunities&rdquo;.</em><br /><br />On his Instagram it says he sounds like a trapversion of LA CASA AZUL. His thing is live techno-pop, with echoes of synth-pop, J-pop, disco and breakbeat, various brushstrokes of electric and auto-tunes. But what really gets him going is vitriol. Without holding anything back. He lays it out for us in &ldquo;Gente De Mierda&rdquo;, one of his most well-known, and above all, most celebrated songs in his amazing live shows. His performance at the gay pride party was talked about a lot. It turned a celebration of difference into a critique of how part of the gay collective has sold its soul to economic interests. What he calls pink capitalism. He is a spirit that burns on &ldquo;No Quiero Salir&rdquo;.<br /><br />&ldquo;T&uacute; No Eres Activista&rdquo; was already a megahit even before it was released in physical format. It&rsquo;s just another sign of the times. But the urgency in it made this almost a requirement. The song&rsquo;s critique of people who consider themselves to be activists based on liking things from their sofa.</p><p>&ldquo;No puedes parar de pensar / En todo lo que hiciste mal / Y ahora quieres arreglar / Todo con tu falsa moral&rdquo; (<em>You can&rsquo;t stop thinking / About everything you did wrong / And now you want to fix / Everything with your fake morality)</em>.<br /><br />Social critiquing is a constant in his songs. Even &ldquo;Remedio Casero&rdquo;, which could be read on a more personal level, with that mix of melancholy and those evanescent keyboards, is a precious synth-pop exercise that ends up taking on a connotation of protest: &ldquo;Siento que estoy perdiendo el tiempo siento que todo es artificial dame un remedio casero para volver a empezar&rdquo; (<em>I feel like I&rsquo;m wasting my time I feel like everything is artificial give me a home remedy to start again</em>).<br /><br />And there&rsquo;s no need to explain it. There is more than enough bilis. &ldquo;Que llevas <strong>Gosha Rubchinskiy</strong> porque todo est&aacute; out / Que t&uacute; tienes los contactos para el Primavera Sound / Que los huevos que te cuelgan son tan grandes y pesados / Tu puta vida nos da un poco igual&rdquo; (<em>You&rsquo;re wearing <strong>Gosha Rubchinskiy</strong> because everything is out / You&rsquo;ve got the contacts for Primavera Sound / Your balls are so big and heavy / We don&rsquo;t really care about your fucking life</em>). &ldquo;Tu Puta Vida Nos Da (Un Poco) Igual&rdquo; is not to be missed; a collaboration with <strong>Ignacio Redard</strong>, one of the brains behind REDULCE, and the youngest, most prolific electro-pop producer to come out of Chile in recent years.<br /><br />When talking about influences, Chenta references <strong>Guille Milkyway</strong> and HIDROGENESSE, but also makes it clear what has led him to create a character as subversive as PUTOCHINOMARIC&Oacute;N: &ldquo;El test de la Bravo y la Superpop / Nos indican qui&eacute;nes somos con mucha precisi&oacute;n&rdquo; (<em>The tests from Bravo and Superpop / Tell us very precisely who we are)</em>. But when you&rsquo;re in the middle of enjoying the fun, when it seems like you&rsquo;re in the presence of something great, that&rsquo;s when the best part comes: &ldquo;No Tengo Wifi&rdquo;. A reality check in every sense of the words. It seems surreal. It seems like a mocking critique. But it&rsquo;s a slap in the face that leaves the shape of the hand imprinted on your cheek, to an electro-Latin rhythm with stretched voices and a super catchy chorus that, once again, tells it to you straight to your face.</p><p><br /><strong>Chenta</strong>&rsquo;s thing isn&rsquo;t about an attitude; it&rsquo;s much more. You just have to spend a few minutes reading some of his many interviews to see that behind the character there is a person with a clear, concise discourse, not at all banal or superficial, that transcends the punk spirit to give it strength and substance. Someone who, in three lines, can quote <strong>Sylvia Rivera</strong> and <strong>Lotta Volkova</strong>.&nbsp;<br /><br />And, after these eight whip cracks, you are left completely stunned. You don&rsquo;t really know how to react. It&rsquo;s understandable; you&rsquo;ve never heard anything like this. The street sound between layers of ultra-pop melodies and twisted sounds, a burst of freshness that takes you from europop to the shibuya-kei sound. A 500-copy numbered-limited-edition 10&rdquo;. Or a Youtube url. You decide. Anything goes.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><iframe allow=\"autoplay; encrypted-media\" allowfullscreen=\"\" frameborder=\"0\" height=\"375\" src=\"https://www.youtube.com/embed/hczjFyu4oO8\" width=\"607\"></iframe></p> COOPER: &quot;Infinito&quot; Digital single taken from the upcoming album, ... http://elefant.com/{*noticia}/977/COOPER: &quot;Infinito&quot; Digital single taken from the upcoming album, &quot;Tiempo, Temperatura y Agitación&quot; <p>Tiempo, Temperatura and Agitaci&oacute;n are the three key parameters to keep in mind when you&rsquo;re dealing with traditional film developing in photography. The developing process requires an artisanal meticulousness with the use of these factors, and they can change depending on the type of film, the maker, etc&hellip; And they can make a big difference in the final result. We imagine that fans of&nbsp;<strong>&Aacute;lex Diez</strong>&nbsp;understand this perfectly. Because the three variables that give this new album its name (the fifth full-length with COOPER), reflect key aspects to his way of understanding music and, why not, the world: details, craftwork, passion and being careful with everything analogue and vintage.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>The song that has been selected to be the first advance single of the album is &ldquo;Infinito&rdquo;, which is an instant classic in the group&rsquo;s repertoire right from the first listen, and comes with a fantastic video by AfterliVe<strong>,&nbsp;</strong>plagued with images of Barcelona, the &ldquo;new city&rdquo; the song&rsquo;s lyrics allude to. Just like on the rest of the album, &ldquo;Infinito&rdquo; drinks from the waters of the sonic fountain of youth. Fresh, impetuous, passionate, energetic. The return of the New Wave spirit, updated and brought into our time.</p><p><br />&nbsp;</p><p><iframe allow=\"autoplay; encrypted-media\" allowfullscreen=\"\" frameborder=\"0\" height=\"375\" src=\"https://www.youtube.com/embed/BWK6O-9RsKI\" width=\"607\"></iframe></p> AXOLOTES MEXICANOS: &quot;Doble Check&quot; Digital and video-clip single taken from ... http://elefant.com/{*noticia}/976/AXOLOTES MEXICANOS: &quot;Doble Check&quot; Digital and video-clip single taken from the upcoming album, &quot;Salu2&quot; <p>This is a new era for pop, in so many different ways, and the AXOLOTES MEXICANOS have been and continue to be, without a doubt, one of the most pressing promises on the national scene. Their Mini-LP and their Singles have been models in audacity and strength. And here they are again, at last! And we can&rsquo;t even believe it. &ldquo;Salu2&rdquo; is the new album of the band. A new record that reflects a moment in time, starting with the title itself, and the cover.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&ldquo;Doble Check&rdquo; comes on, and makes your head spins. Those fat, broken, fragile beats, a slippery song that still maintains every last drop of the immediacy of its predecessors intact. Capital letter POP, twenty-first century pop.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>With the support of&nbsp;<strong>Carlos Ren&eacute;</strong>&nbsp;on production work and a few songs, which he also plays live with them now,&nbsp;<strong>Juan</strong>&nbsp;and&nbsp;<strong>Olaya Pedrayes&nbsp;</strong>have written a surprising album that puts them right in the spotlight of the here and now of national music. &quot;Salu2&quot; will be released on May 2018 in vinyl (500-copy, numbered-limited-edition, transparent vinyl) and digital format, and will definitely have people writing and talking about it. Please excuse us &ndash; what we mean to say is, &ldquo;Salu2&rdquo; is going to use up tons of megs.<br />&nbsp;</p><p><iframe allow=\"autoplay; encrypted-media\" allowfullscreen=\"\" frameborder=\"0\" height=\"375\" src=\"https://www.youtube.com/embed/new_dt1oBec\" width=\"607\"></iframe></p> FITNESS FOREVER: “Baby Love” remixed by Fare Soldi http://elefant.com/{*noticia}/975/FITNESS FOREVER: “Baby Love” remixed by Fare Soldi <p>It&rsquo;s known by all their fans, that cheeky turn toward the dancefloor that FITNESS FOREVER took after their third album, &ldquo;Tonight&rdquo;. And that&rsquo;s why the time has come for remixes &ndash; remixes that pervert and reformulate the groove of songs imagined to make the most weightless bodies shake. This Digital Single of &ldquo;Baby Love&rdquo; has some absolutely exceptional remixers.<br /><br />FARE SOLDI are an Italian duo made up of <strong>Luka Carnifull</strong> and <strong>Santana Pasta</strong>, who are widely known in the electronic and groove sector. Theirresume isdizzying. They have released on labels like Riotmaker, Kitsun&egrave; or Ministry Of Sound. They have played over 200 sessions across Asia, Europe and North America, where their recognizable golden jackets have brushed elbows with names like <strong>Calvin Harris</strong>, LCD SOUNDSYSTEM, SIMIAN MOBILE DISCO, MR. OIZO and THE CROOKERS, among others. And songs by <strong>Madonna</strong>, <strong>Beyonc&eacute;</strong>, TORO Y MOI, STARDUST have been in their blender, and even a revision of <strong>Kendrick Lamar</strong>&rsquo;s super well-known &ldquo;Bitch, Don&#39;t Kill My Vibe&rdquo;.<br />&nbsp;<br />It&rsquo;s a winning combination, FARE SOLDI and FITNESS FOREVER, to bring to light this infectious, acidic and solid revision of &ldquo;Baby Love&rdquo;. Far from the original, new open roads for irresistible grooves.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><iframe allow=\"autoplay; encrypted-media\" allowfullscreen=\"\" frameborder=\"0\" height=\"375\" src=\"https://www.youtube.com/embed/1aPUgNr7JQA\" width=\"607\">&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;lt;br /&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;gt;</iframe></p> RUSH WEEK: Release their debut album, “Feels” http://elefant.com/{*noticia}/973/RUSH WEEK: Release their debut album, “Feels” <p>It&rsquo;s always exciting, and equally difficult, to introduce a new group to the general public. How do you figure out in words what their music is and express it to receptive ears in a way that doesn&rsquo;t demystify it or seeming grandiloquent? But we enjoy exploring new, different worlds, like the one RUSH WEEK offers. The duo from Philadelphia was formed in 2016 by <strong>Rachel K. Haines</strong> and the producer <strong>James Benjamin Thomas</strong>, who update the NU Disco, Soul and R&amp;B sounds from the end of the seventies and beginning of the eighties. Their first album, &ldquo;Feels&rdquo;, sounds like the elegance and melancholy of ROXY MUSIC and TALK TALK, modernized with ST. VICENT, <strong>&Eacute;tienne de Cr&eacute;cy</strong> and JUSTICE, with an irresistible pop filter that brings it closer to TENNIS&rsquo; more recent songs, and that also feeds the dance floor.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>To start things off, &ldquo;Feelings&rdquo; breathes life into the New Jack Swing, and gives it a sense of mystery and of emotional strength, like a version of THE XX full of light. It&rsquo;s just enough to express an abstract, intangible, but powerful feeling. &ldquo;Stranger Danger&rdquo; talks about the mysteries of the night, of fear and danger, but with sweetness and an addictive chorus, and a melody that brings us back to <strong>Cindy Lauper</strong> at her most enchanting. On &ldquo;Crush&rdquo;, we can see RUSH WEEK&rsquo;s disco vocation more clearly, on a song that would play non-stop on the MASTERS AT WORK&rsquo;s stereo, and that <strong>Kylie Minogue</strong>,<strong>Sophie Ellis-Bextor</strong> and <strong>Sarah Cracknell</strong> would be thrilled to sing, just to get an idea of the range we&rsquo;re dealing with. Songs like &ldquo;Be Like Mine&rdquo;, on the other hand, are where we can most clearly see the reality of what they&rsquo;re offering: a song that can evoke a contained <strong>Ellie Goulding</strong>, the elegance of WARPAINT, a chorus that <strong>Philip Oakey</strong>would adore&hellip; And pointing out the influence of the best-selling producer <strong>Greg Kurstin</strong> makes everything perfectly clear. Or it does just the opposite. This definition is slippery, unpredictable, but always exciting. &ldquo;Under The Gun&rdquo;, one of the group&rsquo;s oldest songs, develops the silkiness of <strong>Tracey Thorn </strong>andEVERYTHING BUT THE GIRL toward poppier, more luminous territory, to narrate a journey along California&rsquo;s coast.<br /><br />The B-side opens with &ldquo;Barcelona&rdquo;, an imaginary party celebrating the &rsquo;92 Olympic Games that DAFT PUNK could have DJ&rsquo;d at; a summer night that we don&rsquo;t ever want to end where everyone loves everyone else and we&rsquo;re having fun and dancing, dazed by the first light of dawn. &ldquo;Slide&rdquo; follows, slowing things down a notch; it is a song for the night and for freedom, and could have fit perfectly into the &ldquo;Drive&rdquo; soundtrack. &ldquo;Young&rdquo; takes a new turn, with beats, with a more syncopated, faster-paced base that takes them closer to the territory of <strong>Lana del Rey</strong> or <strong>Lorde</strong>. But they always have their priorities in the pop perspective and the melody, planning out emotional vengeance after one of those toxic relationships that consumes everything, the same way that the chorus of this song sets you free. &ldquo;Last Dance&rdquo; is an offering for the dance floor: vital, luminous, catchy, and where <strong>Nero Catalano</strong>&rsquo;s participation with the bass turns out to be crucial. Curiously, the closing track, &ldquo;Better Off&rdquo;, comes out of the darkness, with that storm in the background recorded in New York on a rainy Sunday in November, giving the smoothness of <strong>Sade</strong>with the downtempo ambiance of LAMB.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>As we said, it is tremendously difficult to describe RUSH WEEK&rsquo;s music, considering that in the different songs the references jump from one decade to the next, dancing between styles and bringing us closer to the future of pop. The title of the album itself is the best definition of their music, but it there is definitely a word that can express what we can find on &ldquo;Feels&rdquo; and that word is &ldquo;emotions&rdquo;. On the surface and running high. If there are any gaps, fill them in yourselves.</p><p style=\"margin: 0px; padding: 0px; outline: 0px; font-size: 11px; font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; vertical-align: baseline; color: rgb(51, 51, 102);\">&nbsp;</p><p style=\"margin: 0px; padding: 0px; outline: 0px; font-size: 11px; font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; vertical-align: baseline; color: rgb(51, 51, 102);\"><iframe allow=\"autoplay; encrypted-media\" allowfullscreen=\"\" frameborder=\"0\" height=\"375\" src=\"https://www.youtube.com/embed/42GYKVlupQM\" style=\"margin: 0px; padding: 0px; outline: 0px; font-weight: inherit; font-style: inherit; font-family: inherit; vertical-align: baseline;\" width=\"607\"></iframe></p><p style=\"margin: 0px; padding: 0px; outline: 0px; font-size: 11px; font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; vertical-align: baseline; color: rgb(51, 51, 102);\">&nbsp;</p><p style=\"margin: 0px; padding: 0px; outline: 0px; font-size: 11px; font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; vertical-align: baseline; color: rgb(51, 51, 102);\">&nbsp;</p><p style=\"margin: 0px; padding: 0px; outline: 0px; font-size: 11px; font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; vertical-align: baseline; color: rgb(51, 51, 102);\"><iframe allow=\"autoplay; encrypted-media\" allowfullscreen=\"\" frameborder=\"0\" height=\"375\" src=\"https://www.youtube.com/embed/t6O6R3tonWs\" width=\"607\"></iframe></p> THE YEARNING: Tour in Japan 2018 [from April 4 to 9] http://elefant.com/{*noticia}/972/THE YEARNING: Tour in Japan 2018 [from April 4 to 9] <p>THE YEARNING was not a group that <strong>Joe Moore</strong> thought up to have an incarnation on stage; you can count on the fingers of one hand the group&rsquo;s live appearances in its 6 year career. But the success all their albums have had in Japan has made it so that, at least temporarily, the group has prepared a live show and is heading out on the Japanese road. Over five intense days, from April 4 to 9, <strong>Joe Moore</strong> and company will take their dreamy and mature chamber pop to record stores, cafes and bars, where they will also present a special, limited-edition, unique vinyl compilation album called &ldquo;Do You Remember?&rdquo;, which is being released especially for this tour by the Japanese label DISKUNION. It includes 16 of the best songs released over the course of their career. During the tour, fans in Osaka, Nagoya and Tokyo will be able to enjoy the songs included on the vinyl, since the set-list the group plans to play will be based on that collection. We are so excited to see all the fans who will flood in to the shows and, above all, to see how such a delicious and exquisite proposal takes shape. More info at: http://elefant.com/grupos/the-yearning/conciertos<br />&nbsp;<br />Before they leave, THE YEARNING will also be playing in the Wales Goes Pop festival in Cardiff, along with bands like AXOLOTES MEXICANOS, KERO KERO BONITO, THE SCHOOL and SHONEN KNIFE. Let&rsquo;s see if we are lucky and we make the most of the path our Japanese friends are opening up to see them again on Spanish stages.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>*Friday 30 march-1 april<br />AXOLOTES MEXICANOS + THE SCHOOL + THE YEARNING Wales Goes Pop! CARDIFF</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>*Wednesday 4 april<br />THE YEARNING &ldquo;Japan Tour&rdquo; KD Japan NAJOYA [Japan]</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>*Thursday 5 april<br />THE YEARNING &ldquo;Japan Tour&rdquo; Tower Records OSAKA [Japan]</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>*Friday 6 april<br />THE YEARNING &ldquo;Japan Tour&rdquo; Tower Records Noon + Cafe OSAKA [Japan]</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>*Saturday 7 april<br />THE YEARNING &ldquo;Japan Tour&rdquo; 7TH Floor TOKYO [Japan]</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>*Sunday 8 april<br />THE YEARNING &ldquo;Japan Tour&rdquo; Tower Records Shibuya TOKYO [Japan]</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://elefant.com/uploads/foto/9/00004329.jpg\" style=\"width: 607px; height: 297px;\" /></p> NOS MIRAN: “Humo” 10” Mini-LP / Digital [New Adventures In Pop 041] http://elefant.com/{*noticia}/967/NOS MIRAN: “Humo” 10” Mini-LP / Digital [New Adventures In Pop 041] <p>One of the collections we are proudest of here at Elefant Records is &ldquo;New Adventures In Pop&rdquo;, an initiative dedicated to giving opportunities to new groups. Names that are now well-known by pop fans have been come through this collection, like PAPA TOPO, EL PALACIO DE LINARES, NELEONARD, BELLE GHOUL, SAGRADO CORAZ&Oacute;N DE JES&Uacute;S, AXOLOTES MEXICANOS and LIA PAMINA. And now we are bringing you a new group that we are sure you&rsquo;ll be talking about.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>NOS MIRAN is a techno-pop duo comprised of <strong>Sergio Rodr&iacute;guez</strong> (CAPIT&Aacute;N SUNRISE, THE SOLVERS) and <strong>Marta Quintana </strong>(VENTOL&Iacute;N). They met at the Elefant Records stand in a LA BIEN QUERIDA concert, <strong>Santi </strong>from CAPIT&Aacute;N SUNRISE introduced them and a few months later they were already working together on the songs we&rsquo;re releasing now. &ldquo;Humo&rdquo; is their first release, a purple, 10&rdquo;, 500-copy limited-numbered-edition Mini-LP, where synthesizers, 8-bit arpeggiators, and even some distorted guitars play. But the most important thing is how wide an expressive palette they show in only six songs, from melancholic techno-pop to bubbly pop-punk, and with moments of europop or delicate synth-pop. But not only in the musical aspect; the lyrics also range from an evocative look back to brazen events, from carefree to critical.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&ldquo;Amor Y&rdquo; reminds us of AU REVOIR SIMONE and FUTURE BIBLE HEROES, a cosmic lullaby about love and the fear of falling in love again and failing again. &ldquo;Humo&rdquo; is a song that <strong>Sergio </strong>wrote when he heard TINDERSTICKS&rsquo; &ldquo;Another Night In&rdquo;. Hypnotized by the song&rsquo;s structure, he decided to do something similar but with a touch of dance, evoking LA CASA AZUL&rsquo;s early songs. The lyrics look back at that person that was there but is not there anymore, and whom you remember in so many mundane, everyday moments. &ldquo;Dinero Para Nada&rdquo;, with choruses by <strong>Santi </strong>CAPIT&Aacute;N, takes us back to our childhood, that magical time we lived in and that will never come back, but that we remember constantly and wish we could go back to so many times. &ldquo;La Monta&ntilde;a Del Amor&rdquo;, somewhere between LA BUENA VIDA and BAND &Agrave; PART, talks about that first love, when you were still just a kid and you felt something you had never felt before. That special, primal feeling that can happen again over the years, but will never be as intense as it was that first time. &ldquo;No Te Veo Enamorado (&iquest;Por Qu&eacute; Ser&aacute;?)&rdquo; is pure candy-sweet pop-punk, the perfect combination of HELEN LOVE and GUATAF&Aacute;N. &ldquo;No Puedo Ser Hipster&rdquo; closes this first release from NOS MIRAN with a touch of distress, in a story about the extreme madness of modern times, passing fads, and how to be accepted by doing what the system requires of you.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>With collaborations from <strong>Javier Castellanos </strong>(SALVADOR T&Oacute;XICO),<strong>Santi Diego</strong>(CAPIT&Aacute;N SUNRISE), <strong>Javier Le&oacute;n</strong> and <strong>Alberto Rodway </strong>(DETERGENTE L&Iacute;QUIDO), NOS MIRAN have created an open and diverse cover letter with &ldquo;Humo&rdquo;, which offers a collection of immense possibilities for a future that we imagine will be filled with hits and solid pop songs.</p><p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://elefant.com/uploads/foto/7/00004277.jpeg\" style=\"width: 607px; height: 607px;\" /></p><p><iframe allow=\"autoplay; encrypted-media\" allowfullscreen=\"\" frameborder=\"0\" height=\"375\" src=\"https://www.youtube.com/embed/qK2OgP61Zok\" width=\"607\"></iframe></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><iframe allow=\"autoplay; encrypted-media\" allowfullscreen=\"\" frameborder=\"0\" height=\"375\" src=\"https://www.youtube.com/embed/aGaGWk2Snuc\" width=\"607\"></iframe></p> IBON ERRAZKIN: &quot;Foto Aérea&quot; LP / Digital http://elefant.com/{*noticia}/963/IBON ERRAZKIN: &quot;Foto Aérea&quot; LP / Digital <p>To speak of <strong>Ibon Errazkin</strong> is to speak of big things. Not just because of his impeccable trajectories as a musician (AVENTURAS DE KIRLIAN, LE MANS, SINGLE, his solo work, and so much more) and as a producer (<strong>Carlos Berlanga</strong>, NOSOTR&Auml;SH, CORAZ&Oacute;N, ANA D...). Because each step in his career has been personal, distinctive, always pushing the category of music as art, and questioning the value of the word &ldquo;art&rdquo; itself. All at the same time. That&rsquo;s why his universe is different. That&rsquo;s why &ldquo;Foto A&eacute;rea&rdquo;, his new album, deserves its own special commentary.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>But before we start with that special commentary, let&rsquo;s put things into context. <strong>Ibon</strong>&rsquo;s career has always mixed that touch of personality with a certain level of experimentation. That isn&rsquo;t too far off from this new album, in a way, but the general air of the album is more classic. Why? Because melody is king here, roaming freely through the various songs on the album, transforming, appearing and disappearing, following its own wishes and whims. Melody that tastes like the sea and the breeze. This is where the breaking point comes. Among all the instruments, there is a song being sung &ndash; the first one that <strong>Ibon</strong> sings in his entire career. What&rsquo;s more, it&rsquo;s a cover, a delicacy with touches of Broadway and lounge, written by <strong>Jerome Moross</strong> for the musical &ldquo;The Golden Apple&rdquo; in 1954: &ldquo;Lazy Afternoon&rdquo;.<br />&nbsp;</p><p>The people who accompany&nbsp;<strong>Ibon</strong> on this journey are temporary, but important. Obviously, his band-mate from SINGLE, <strong>Teresa Iturrioz</strong>, named all the songs and lent her voice to &ldquo;El Objeto&rdquo; and &ldquo;Paradox&rdquo; (two closely related songs). <strong>Xavier Alarc&oacute;n </strong>mastered the album and <strong>Javier Aramburu </strong>has made another of his unbelievable covers. And everything else, as per usual, was concocted and consumed by our friend <strong>Errazkin</strong>.<br /><br />And now, we have finally reached the moment for that special commentary. Nothing less than commentary written by <strong>Damon Krukowski </strong>of GALAXIE 500 and DAMON &amp; NAOMI.<br />&nbsp;</p><p>&ldquo;<em>Foto A&eacute;rea&rdquo; has emerged, as if the ground were too far away and indistinct to make out details, until slowly slowly our eyes adjusted and the features of a landscape began to distinguish themselves one from the other. And now we can&rsquo;t stop looking, because we only see more and more.<br /><br />This album reminds me of poetry, rather than theater; it&rsquo;s less a performance than a construction. There&rsquo;s a famous American poem called, &ldquo;Thirteen Ways Of Looking At A Blackbird&rdquo; &ndash; stanzas in which a blackbird keeps appearing, but always in a slightly different manner and for a slightly different reason.<strong>Ibon Errazkin</strong>&rsquo;s elegant guitar lines are like that bird, melodies that return but never exactly repeat. They alight, pausing long enough for us to recognize them, and then move on again. The effect is cubist; refracted; abstract, yet made out of recognizable elements.<br /><br />This album is also truly a record, falling into two halfs. Each side is defined by a motif which morphs into texture, mood, yet feels free to return simply as melody if it chooses. The bird lands and takes off, but leaves the landscape changed each time it does.<br /><br />Voices, when they appear, enter this landscape like old friends arriving out of the mist: it&rsquo;s <strong>Ibon</strong> and <strong>Teresa</strong>, of SINGLE and LE MANS, come to say hello. Helloooooo, they call from far away. And then, once we&rsquo;ve found each other, <strong>Ibon </strong>sings us a tune for our lazy afternoon. Later, as they leave, they call to us once more, again from a distance&hellip; Until we bid each other good night in that private language we share.<br /><br />Because this misty world where we meet our friends is also where we can lose them. But the landscape we were in together will never be the same.<br /><br /><strong>Damon Krukowski</strong></em></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><em><strong><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://elefant.com/uploads/foto/9/00004259.jpeg\" style=\"width: 607px; height: 607px;\" /></strong></em></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><iframe allow=\"autoplay; encrypted-media\" allowfullscreen=\"\" frameborder=\"0\" height=\"375\" src=\"https://www.youtube.com/embed/M-etgXtq-ow\" width=\"607\">&amp;amp;amp;amp;lt;br class=&amp;amp;amp;amp;quot;Apple-interchange-newline&amp;amp;amp;amp;quot; /&amp;amp;amp;amp;gt;</iframe></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><iframe allow=\"autoplay; encrypted-media\" allowfullscreen=\"\" frameborder=\"0\" height=\"375\" src=\"https://www.youtube.com/embed/ByfLOyOJP9I\" width=\"607\"></iframe></p> RUSH WEEK: &quot;Feelings&quot; Digital and video-clip single taken from the upcoming ... http://elefant.com/{*noticia}/969/RUSH WEEK: &quot;Feelings&quot; Digital and video-clip single taken from the upcoming debut album, &quot;Feels&quot; <p>It&rsquo;s always exciting, and equally difficult, to introduce a new group to the general public. How do you figure out in words what their music is and express it to receptive ears in a way that doesn&rsquo;t demystify it or seeming grandiloquent? But we enjoy exploring new, different worlds, like the one RUSH WEEK offers. The duo from Philadelphia was formed in 2016 by Rachel K. Haines and the producer James Benjamin Thomas, who update the NU Disco, Soul and R&amp;B sounds from the end of the seventies and beginning of the eighties. Their first album, &ldquo;Feels&rdquo;, sounds like the elegance and melancholy of ROXY MUSIC and TALK TALK, modernized with ST. VICENT, &Eacute;tienne de Cr&eacute;cy and JUSTICE, with an irresistible pop filter that brings it closer to TENNIS&rsquo; more recent songs, and that also feeds the dance floor. &nbsp; To start things off, &ldquo;Feelings&rdquo; breathes life into the New Jack Swing, and gives it a sense of mystery and of emotional strength, like a version of THE XX full of light. It&rsquo;s just enough to express an abstract, intangible, but powerful feeling.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><iframe allow=\"autoplay; encrypted-media\" allowfullscreen=\"\" frameborder=\"0\" height=\"375\" src=\"https://www.youtube.com/embed/42GYKVlupQM\" width=\"607\"></iframe></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>About the Video-Clip:</strong><br /><em>&ldquo;Feelings&rsquo; idea right from the start took me straight to American indie films from the 90s with <strong>Gus Van Sant </strong>and <strong>Larry Clark</strong>, and also to the latter&rsquo;s photography, whose &ldquo;Tulsa&rdquo; series has always been a reference for me, but in this case I didn&rsquo;t want the characters to end badly, they&rsquo;re just lost, but also in love, and the song has that positive energy that called for love and adolescence to prevail over everything else. Without forgetting that it is 2018, I decided to look for a group of today&rsquo;s young actors. Who listen to different music and who love each other a different way. I gathered different stories together, from the point of view of special characters &ndash; like a teenage werewolf who never experienced love until he met a loner who is full of love, and a group of boys and a girl for whom gender does not exist as such. I wanted to explore fears and doubts, but from a very optimistic point of view, without focusing on the darkness that adolescence entails. And even though there are references to the here and now, even to ways of dancing, I didn&rsquo;t want technology to be present. That&rsquo;s why in a lot of scenes you don&rsquo;t know if it is an image from 2018 or from 1994&rdquo;. <strong>Juanma Carrillo</strong> (Film Director)</em></p> SOFT REGIME: “Hard Feelings” Mini-LP 10” http://elefant.com/{*noticia}/966/SOFT REGIME: “Hard Feelings” Mini-LP 10” <p>Surrender to the SOFT REGIME. Is it the sound of the underground, or is the sound of the overground going underground? Either way, SOFT REGIME is a pan-European group of musicians intent on exploring the glorious electronic pop sounds that pump through their hearts and grease their gears.<br /><br /><strong>Christian</strong> makes the music and production, <strong>Tim</strong> (previously leader of electropop band BAXENDALE) writes the words and melodies, and <strong>Astrid</strong> sings the songs, bringing it all together. <strong>Astrid</strong> first met <strong>Christian</strong> in the Bavarian Forest, soon switching the conversation from flora to pop, discovering a shared love for dancing, and recruited <strong>Tim</strong> to join forces to help things take shape. &nbsp;<br /><br />Ever since then, there was no looking back. This 8 track &quot;Hard Feelings&quot; 10&rdquo; Mini-LP follows their continental disco hit from 2017 &quot;Michelangelo&quot;, with its huge chorus and controversial banned video.<br /><br />Over the course of the year, they added studio crack <strong>Nomen Nescio</strong> to the mix and delivered this all new set of songs for 2018.<br /><br />As you&#39;d expect, they had yet another explosive europop cocktail on their hands: think <strong>Lio</strong>, Icerink Records, GIRLS AT OUR BEST, LA BIONDA, MIKADO, LA CASA AZUL, <strong>Kim Wilde</strong>, only different.<br /><br />Eventually, the takes have been sent to <strong>Ian Catt</strong>&#39;s (ELIZABETH CITY STATE, THE FIELD MICE, ALPACA SPORTS) studio down in Croydon for extra mixing and mastering.<br />Et voil&agrave;! Europop at its fizziest, ideal for dancefloors and walkmen.<br /><br />1. The Soft Regime<br />Opens with the mission statement of intent. The federation of mild extreme announces its arrival with those first three notes, which are something of a rallying cry to the masses. When you hear this signal, you and your family will be able to give yourself to the regime. You&rsquo;ll be hearing more from them soon... It&#39;s how they lure you in.<br /><br />2. Lockdown<br />On your marks, get set, go! This fully realised smash has the band expressing their hard feelings in pure city sound. Of course, you can dance to it. Complete with heart stopping breakdown. Peak time stuff, like SHOCKING BLUE on nutritional supplement. Remanding a huge pop beast in custody is not easy. Armed guards need to be called in. The pop beast is engaging, upbeat, and full of thrilling surprises, but they are not giving anything away to <strong>Astrid</strong>. She will approach with trepidation.<br /><br />3. Futura Ad Acta<br />A change of scenery. Sketches the glories of educated pop designs from the past. Think RAVISHING BEAUTIES, ACT FUSELI, SOFT VERDICT. Just like that love affair from thirty years ago, it is over before it even begins. Quotes <strong>Marguerite Duras</strong>.<br /><br />4. Wild Swimming<br />SOFT REGIME are all serious swimmers, and mid-recording will take any opportunity to seek out a wild aquatic escape from urban city living. &ldquo;Beyond the trees, the river is waiting patiently&rdquo; they say. On one such occasion, they made acquaintance with a gentlemen guitarist with a pedigree of searching pop, it was Mr. <strong>Dickon Edwards</strong> from the groups FOSCA and ORLANDO. A connection was formed and <strong>Astrid</strong> hit upon the idea of singing a duet with him about their swimming adventures.<br /><br />5. Johnny<br />Sometimes life can take you all the way to the departure lounge, but its up to you if you get on the plane. No matter how luxurious the jet is, sometimes it just doesn&rsquo;t feel right. This song is based on an interview with an ageing 60s socialite in the London Times.<br /><br />6. Capri Underground<br />&quot;In August, most of Europe goes on holiday&quot; - <strong>Luchino Visconti</strong><br />From the surface, all you can see is yachts and glorious sunshine, but to the initiated, if you head below the surface, you can find the next level of culture and inspiration. Like music: when you reach the underground level, all wonders are revealed&hellip; It was written on the band&#39;s works outing to the Phlegrean islands this summer. An ode to secret knowledge and happiness money cannot buy. It features a devastating key change.<br /><br />7. Nothing Really<br />Back in the late 80s, synth musician <strong>Howard Jones</strong> opened a restaurant called &ldquo;Nowhere&rdquo; in New York. The idea of course is that people would ask where they are lunching, they would say &ldquo;Nowhere&rdquo;. The restaurant burnt to the ground within a year. When listening to this track, if people ask. What are you listening to, the title is the response, and flames are inevitable.<br /><br />8. A Propos<br />Here is the signal again, and what follows are instructions on how to be inducted into the SOFT REGIME, these are secrets from the dawn of humankind recently uncovered on the dance floor in a Romanian discotheque. You take the bass, they&rsquo;ll take the drums, let&rsquo;s save the world before morning comes. Thank you for paying attention.</p><p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://elefant.com/uploads/foto/8/00004278.jpeg\" style=\"width: 607px; height: 607px;\" /></p><p><iframe allow=\"autoplay; encrypted-media\" allowfullscreen=\"\" frameborder=\"0\" height=\"375\" src=\"https://www.youtube.com/embed/ZpBNa_HVwu8\" width=\"607\"></iframe></p> LA BIEN QUERIDA: &quot;Dinamita&quot; New Video http://elefant.com/{*noticia}/970/LA BIEN QUERIDA: &quot;Dinamita&quot; New Video <p>LA BIEN QUERIDA&rsquo;s fifth album, &ldquo;Fuego&rdquo;, marked a turning point in <strong>Ana</strong>&rsquo;s career. Musically speaking, it meant going back and travelling forward at the same time. The impeccable collection of songs is captivating both the press and fans all over the world. &ldquo;Dinamita&rdquo; is the album&rsquo;s opening track, and the star of this new video. Once again, directed by <strong>Juanma Carrillo</strong>, LA BIEN QUERIDA&rsquo;s music takes on a new dimension through the images, as <strong>Juanma</strong> himself explains:<br /><br /><em>&ldquo;Is it possible to hope to know the world from a lost corner of the universe? From the first moment I heard &ldquo;Dinamita&rdquo; I imagined the opening scene, I visualized an adolescent on the edge of puberty, so many questions, and a strict, authoritarian father. The idea of a girl stepping out of a straight line of adults and escaping through a door bathed in light filled my head for months. Seeing things so clearly is good, but it is also painful and complicated to visualize something for so long; it makes things more difficult. That&rsquo;s why, when I saw that image take real shape with one of the actors I pushed for, the young <strong>Alejandra Bittini</strong>, and the decorated set, I couldn&rsquo;t believe it. &ldquo;Dinamita&rdquo; is a love song, a hymn to freedom and romanticism. So even though one of the clearest references that had been knocking around since a few videos ago was the pureness of adolescence from the young <strong>Sophia Coppola</strong>&rsquo;s &ldquo;The Virgin Suicides&rdquo; and my obsession from the trilogy with <strong>Tarkovsky</strong>&rsquo;s complex framing, I knew I couldn&rsquo;t let the darkness that had such a strong hold on me cover the light that permeates from this song. I knew there needed to be a happy ending, no matter how open it was. Our protagonist needed to leave us with the suggestion of stepping out of line, looking for new paths and not being afraid of disobeying the rules and traditions that are imposed upon us every single day by the society we live in.&rdquo;</em><br />&nbsp;</p><p><iframe allow=\"autoplay; encrypted-media\" allowfullscreen=\"\" frameborder=\"0\" height=\"375\" src=\"https://www.youtube.com/embed/L1Ek9r7NoME\" width=\"607\"></iframe></p> ALPACA SPORTS: Release a Digital Single for “Summer Days” http://elefant.com/{*noticia}/968/ALPACA SPORTS: Release a Digital Single for “Summer Days” <p>Elefant Records is proud to announce the return of international pop super group ALPACA SPORTS with their newest single, &ldquo;Summer Days&rdquo;, taken from the upcoming album, &ldquo;From Paris With Love&rdquo;.<br /><br />ALPACA SPORTS were formed in late 2011 by <strong>Andreas Jonsson</strong>. Having previously been in a band called BLUEKICKS with his childhood friend <strong>Carl Jirestedt</strong>, <strong>Jonsson </strong>struck out on his own, but called on several friends to help form his musical vision. Chief among them were <strong>Jirestedt</strong> and vocalist <strong>Amanda &Aring;kerman</strong>. Their first single, 2012&#39;s &quot;Just For Fun&quot;, was released by the Swedish label Luxury. It was the start of a long relationship, as the label released the &quot;She&#39;ll Come Back For Indian Summer&quot; and &quot;I Was Running&quot; singles in 2012 and the &quot;As Long As I Have You&quot;, &quot;Telephone&quot; and &quot;He Doesn&#39;t Even Like You&quot; singles in 2013. Each record had a distinctive cover created by Japanese artist <strong>Ray Kimura</strong>.<br /><br />ALPACA SPORTS&#39; profile grew with each single, enchanting fans of classic indie pop worldwide with their sweetness and songs. The band played well-received sets at the 2013 NYC Popfest, as well as several European festivals and in Japan. In 2014 they issued another single, &quot;Just Like Johnny Marr&quot;, then followed it with the &ldquo;Sealed With A Kiss&rdquo; album, which included many of the singles.<br /><br />After signing with Spain&#39;s Elefant Records, they returned in 2015 with the Mini-LP &ldquo;When You Need Me Most&rdquo;. The record featured new member <strong>Lisle Mitnik</strong> (TINY FIREFLIES), who recorded his parts in Chicago, as well as LADYBUG TRANSISTOR&rsquo;s <strong>Gary Olson</strong> and <strong>Julia Rydholm</strong> who recorded in Brooklyn along with longtime drummer <strong>Hampus &Ouml;hman-Fr&ouml;lund</strong>. It was produced by <strong>Ian Catt</strong> (THE FIELD MICE, SAINT ETIENNE, TREMBLING BLUE STARS, SHAMPOO, THE SCHOOL...) in his London studio.<br /><br />Amidst all this, <strong>Andreas </strong>moved to Paris, and was living in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower. It was this experience that sparked the inspiration for ALPACA SPORTS&rsquo; new album, &ldquo;From Paris With Love&rdquo;. <strong>Andreas </strong>and <strong>Lisle </strong>spent 2016 writing songs together, drawing inspiration from the city, as well as the complicated feelings that come from starting over in a new place. The two poured these feelings into creating a heartfelt set of songs to help them remember the things that get lost as time marches on.<br /><br />With a plethora of new songs written, the two spent 2017 recording in earnest. <strong>Hampus </strong>was again enlisted to record drums along with <strong>Gary Olson</strong> in Brooklyn. While <strong>Lisle </strong>was recording bass, guitar, and a treasure chest full of other instruments, <strong>Andreas </strong>and <strong>Amanda </strong>flew again to <strong>Ian Catt</strong>&rsquo;s London studio to record vocals, and mix everything together. The album also features illustrations by the talented artist, Ray Kimura.The result is a highly polished international record that broadens the band&rsquo;s sonic scope while still maintaining their core bittersweet pop sound.<br /><br />&ldquo;Summer Days&rdquo; is a new take on the classic ALPACA SPORTS sound and finds the group incorporating more lush arrangements inspired by bands like ABBA, SAINT ETIENNE, THE HIT PARADE, AZTEC CAMERA and BELLE AND SEBASTIAN. Director <strong>Carl Jirestedt</strong> describes the new video as a tribute to mysterious unlabeled VHS cassettes. The video takes the ALPACAS on a four minute adventure from a Gothenburg apartment all the way to the bottom of the ocean.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><iframe allow=\"autoplay; encrypted-media\" allowfullscreen=\"\" frameborder=\"0\" height=\"341\" src=\"https://www.youtube.com/embed/JxnDQ_Y85VM\" width=\"607\"></iframe></p> LA CASA AZUL: Release “El Momento”, a new Digital Single http://elefant.com/{*noticia}/965/LA CASA AZUL: Release “El Momento”, a new Digital Single <p>What better way to start off this new year than with a new LA CASA AZUL song? &ldquo;La Gran Esfera&rdquo; is taking shape, the puzzle is coming together piece by piece and soon we will be able to enjoy it as a whole. &ldquo;El Momento&rdquo; is the second advance single from LA CASA AZUL&rsquo;s highly anticipated new album after the huge success of &ldquo;Podr&iacute;a Ser Peor&rdquo;, and it is a masterpiece &ndash; proof of <strong>Guille Milkyway</strong>&rsquo;s endless talent and his ease for turning bitter lyrics into an immense ray of light and joy that pierces our heart and freezes it on the spot. This song sounds more contemporary than any of the group&rsquo;s other songs, reinventing &ldquo;synth-wave&rdquo; and bringing it closer to &ldquo;future disco&rdquo;. It stirs <strong>Kavinsky</strong>&rsquo;s spell and embellishes the disco melancholy of <strong>Luke Million</strong> and <strong>Fred Falke </strong>into a mix between the unease of the traditional and a futuristic fantasy. The vocals shine like never before and all the small vocal arrangements that accompany us through the song are so magical and suggestive that it&rsquo;s like a light, fine summer rain where it seems like you&rsquo;re not getting wet but in the end it soaks you to the bone, filling your body with freshness and life. This is LA CASA AZUL&rsquo;s doctrine; this is the sound of 2018 &ndash; DAFT PUNK making futuristic Italo Disco; this is the true strength of the system, that feeling of a lost summer where you could have stayed forever, the announcement of the arrival of &ldquo;La Gran Esfera&rdquo;&hellip; Welcome to the light.<br />&nbsp;</p><p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://elefant.com/uploads/foto/3/00004263.jpg\" style=\"width: 607px; height: 294px;\" /><br />&nbsp;</p><p><iframe allow=\"autoplay; encrypted-media\" allowfullscreen=\"\" frameborder=\"0\" height=\"341\" src=\"https://www.youtube.com/embed/KJBulnH454I\" width=\"607\"></iframe></p> LINDA GUILALA: Release “Primavera Negra” [7” vinyl Single / Limited Edition of 300 copies] http://elefant.com/{*noticia}/955/LINDA GUILALA: Release “Primavera Negra” [7” vinyl Single / Limited Edition of 300 copies] <p>Almost without a break, making the most of the final stretch of the extensive tour supporting &ldquo;Psicon&aacute;utica&rdquo; that has taken them through the majority of Spain as well as some European cities and festivals, LINDA GUILALA take their latest step forward with a limited edition vinyl single called &ldquo;Primavera Negra&rdquo;. Leaving behind the hits from an album that brought them wide renown both nationally and internationally, this new release from the group formed by <strong>Eva, Iv&aacute;n</strong> and <strong>Mari </strong>continues embracing that disconcerting, uneasy wall of sound inherited from MY BLOODY VALENTINE, but here it becomes melancholic and dreamy, far from the urgency that prevailed on their last album.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Primavera Negra, recorded again in Kaiju Studios in Vigo, produced by <strong>Eva M</strong> and mastered by <strong>Xavier Alarc&oacute;n</strong>, draws attention to the personality of a group that is a master of sonic parameters, and who uses them to serve the turbulent emotions they deal with. That disillusionment that is so present in their lyrics is present on this Single, that whirlwind originating in spiritual questions that were also evident in the video for &ldquo;Abstinencia&rdquo;. This Single is confirmation that, fortunately, LINDA GUILALA is in enviable, inspirational shape.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><iframe allow=\"autoplay; encrypted-media\" allowfullscreen=\"\" frameborder=\"0\" height=\"375\" src=\"https://www.youtube.com/embed/8btQHiWwPcI\" width=\"607\"></iframe></p><p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://elefant.com/uploads/foto/0/00004260.jpeg\" style=\"width: 607px; height: 607px;\" /></p> LA CASA AZUL: Guille Milkyway reinterpreta la sintonía del programa de T5 ... http://elefant.com/{*noticia}/964/LA CASA AZUL: Guille Milkyway reinterpreta la sintonía del programa de T5 &quot;Sálvame&quot; <p><a href=\"http://www.telecinco.es/salvame/salvame-nueva-cabecera-videojuego_2_2503755078.html\" target=\"_blank\">&lsquo;S&aacute;lvame&rsquo;&nbsp;</a>renueva completamente su l&iacute;nea gr&aacute;fica y estrena cabecera &nbsp; &nbsp; Con aires de videojuego, la nueva cabecera del espacio renueva tambi&eacute;n su sinton&iacute;a con una versi&oacute;n del ya emblem&aacute;tico tema principal de &lsquo;S&aacute;lvame&rsquo;, con base electropop a cargo de LA CASA AZUL, la banda lideradapor&nbsp;<strong>Guille Milkyway</strong>. &nbsp; &nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Guille Milkyway</strong>, de La Casa Azul, reinterpreta la sinton&iacute;a &nbsp;</p><p>La nueva cabecera del programa contar&aacute; tambi&eacute;n con una reintepretaci&oacute;n de su ya emblem&aacute;tica sinton&iacute;a, que ha llevado a cabo&nbsp;<strong>Guille Milkyway</strong>, l&iacute;der del grupo LA CASA AZUL. Los creadores del formato explica que el artista ha generado &ldquo;una versi&oacute;n m&aacute;s techno-pop y divertida de nuestro tema bandera que nos lleva a sus propios mundos, que a la vez son muy parecidos a los nuestros: alegr&iacute;a, diversi&oacute;n, una visi&oacute;n de la vida desde un punto de vista inocente, algo gamberro y lleno de fantas&iacute;a. Adem&aacute;s tanto Milkyway como nosotros tenemos un universo propio, &uacute;nico y lleno de color que la gente identifica r&aacute;pidamente. LA CASA AZULes un grupo profundamente superficial o superficialmente profundo y bajo sus armon&iacute;as juguetonas se esconde uno de los productores con m&aacute;s cultura musical de Espa&ntilde;a. Es un honor contar con su colaboraci&oacute;n para la nueva cabecera&rdquo;. &nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>El propio&nbsp;<strong>Milkyway</strong>&nbsp;se ha referido a su versi&oacute;nde la sinton&iacute;a: &ldquo;Siempre que uno se propone hacer algo as&iacute;, sabe que entra en zona de riesgo. La gente est&aacute; muy acostumbrada a la canci&oacute;n original, en este caso a&uacute;n m&aacute;s por lo emblem&aacute;tico del programa, la frecuencia y constancia con la que se haemitidoy el enganche emocional que tiene para los espectadores. Hemos tratado de traer la canci&oacute;n a 2018 dot&aacute;ndola de contundencia r&iacute;tmica y minimalismo instrumental, pero sin perder ni el car&aacute;cter misterioso y sexy de las estrofas ni la alegr&iacute;a pegadiza del estribillo&rdquo;.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><a href=\"http://www.telecinco.es/salvame/salvame-nueva-cabecera-videojuego_2_2503755078.html\"><img alt=\"\" src=\"/uploads/userfiles/images/SALVAME1.jpg\" style=\"width: 607px; height: 339px;\" /></a></p> THE YEARNING: Release a new Mini-LP &quot;Take Me All Over The World&quot; http://elefant.com/{*noticia}/962/THE YEARNING: Release a new Mini-LP &quot;Take Me All Over The World&quot; <p>The untiring <strong>Joe Moore</strong> is back with a new Mini-LP from THE YEARNING, in his endless search for beauty in music. In fact, some of the songs on this Mini-LP were conceived as continuations of the songs included on the last album, &ldquo;Evening Souvenirs&rdquo;, after the adventures with <strong>Lia Pamina</strong> and THE PERFECT KISS.</p><p><br />Accompanied again by <strong>Maddie Dobie</strong> and <strong>Mark Kiff</strong>,<strong>Joe Moore</strong>&nbsp;continues addressing his usual inclinations: the chanson, chamber pop, bossa, and above all, the perfect song. And once again, he is handling all the production work, the recording, and the songwriting, and is playing almost all the instruments. &ldquo;How Do You Make Somebody Fall In Love?&rdquo; insists precisely on everything that &ldquo;Evening Souvenirs&rdquo; aimed toward: the fragile delicateness of <strong>Claudine Longet</strong> and <strong>Fran&ccedil;oise Hardy</strong>, elevated by baroque arrangements and exquisite nuances. &ldquo;Do You Remember?&rdquo; is pure energy, festive and agile samba with orchestration that evokes musicals (that bridge that reminds us so much of &ldquo;La La Land&rdquo;) with a nostalgic look at how much music has changed. Side A closes with &ldquo;Everything Is You&rdquo; - elegance with echoes of <strong>Astrud Gilberto</strong> and <strong>Elis Regina</strong>, and that sax solo that <strong>Stan Getz</strong> would have been happy to have written. A beautiful bossa piece dedicated to his family.</p><p>&nbsp;<br />And the Brazilian breezes that are the clear stars of this album also open Side B, with &ldquo;Airplane (Fly Me To Mexico)&rdquo;, the song that the Mini-LP&rsquo;s title comes from. The song opens as if it were on Broadway, <strong>Gal Costa </strong>takes over the excitement of this mid-tempo, suddenly the song breaks out into swing and jazz, to ultimately go back to bossa and confirm its return to the real world. &ldquo;Learn To Love&rdquo; is a duet like those sung by <strong>Nancy Sinatra</strong> and <strong>Lee Hazlewood</strong>, but <strong>Joe Moore</strong>&rsquo;s wonderful vocal intervention harmonizing with <strong>Maddie Dobie</strong> is so amazing it could bring us to collaborations between <strong>Isobel Campbell</strong> and <strong>Mark Lanegan</strong> or <strong>Kylie Minogue</strong> and <strong>Nick Cave</strong>. It&rsquo;s baroque pop, a waltz with echoes of <strong>Shostakovich</strong>, the continuation of where &ldquo;Nightingale&rdquo; left on the previous album. The same way &ldquo;Something I Should Know&rdquo; brings back the story laid out in &ldquo;The Moment Your Heart Would Say Goodbye&rdquo; through a piano piece and a sad, emotional, hopeless voice.<br />&nbsp;</p><p>This is the latest delicacy to add to the collection the <strong>Joe Moore</strong> offers us. He is without a doubt an artist with a calling, who will make an indelible mark on all lovers of chamber pop.<br />&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>TRACKLIST: 01 How Do You Make Somebody Fall In Love?&nbsp; 02 Do You Remember?&nbsp; 03 Everything Is You 04 Airplane (Fly Me To Mexico)&nbsp; 05 Learn To Love&nbsp; 06 Something I Should Know</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://elefant.com/uploads/foto/2/00004242.jpeg\" style=\"width: 607px; height: 455px;\" /></p>