DEPRESIÓN SONORA

Behind Depresión Sonora is Marcos Crespo, a young post-millennial from the Vallecas quarter with enough inherited vices to represent a whole league of isolationist bed-room pop devotees. This Madrilenian’s music is a response symptomatic of a whole year of lockdowns and home confinement: dark, erratic and appealing while, at the same time, alienated, his songs reflect the generational angst of the first The Cure, La Mode, Parálisis Permanente or Golpes Bajos (that is, a peculiar 80s aftertaste of runny carmine and Nelly hairspray). His influences could span from Joy Division to Inner Wave, as in the end it all comes down to a veneer of urban rust projected onto a layer of machine rhythms and post-punk arpeggios. Songs like the bleak Ya no hay verano and Hasta que llegue la muerte have ended up becoming, in just a few months, genuine hymns played millions of times on digital platforms, turning the EP ‘Historias tristes‘ para dormir bien into a collection of instant classics perfect to quantify the level of neuroticism that we have reached as a society on the verge of disintegration. #post-punk

Saturday 20th, 22.15h – Auditorio Alhambra

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