Since its inception in 2018, Babelgam has forged a personality through a search for a certain Goth rebelliousness closely akin to the avant-funk revolt led five years ago by bands like Klaxons, Radio 4 and Robots in Disguise. After the release of their first EP, Mar de Hiladas (2019), the Colombian quartet has developed a tense and suggestive reputation. Their greatest assets: a frontman like the perfect cross between Sahun Ryder and Germán Coppini; a driving, rhythmic base; and a handful of riffs that unleash unbridled dancing. #post-punk

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