The Prom Fest is a thematic festival that focuses on underground music made by emerging young artists. If you didn't have the opportunity to go to the prom at the time, the Prom Fest proposes a magical night to discover the new self-published music that moves on the internet: a reinvention of the American event already considered kistch. It could be the opportunity you were looking for to wear that dress of your mother that was put on the wedding of his best friend in 1985 and review High School Musical to steal some dance steps and say they are yours.
Rebe revisits on Soundcloud classic popsongs and makes remixes with voice notes from Whatsapp. She can transformAlejandro Sanz’s “Corazón partío” into an intimist song without pretensions andshe reminds us how beautiful it is to be bored in the Summer with “sola en mihabitación comiendo 1 melocotón”. In March this year she will release her firstEP with Jeanne d’Arc Records and Snap Clap Club.
Daniel likes to cover Shakira and Amaiafrom OT. He dedicates mixtapes to his cats and he sings about everydaysituations where we all can feel related to. He moves between a lo-fi synthpopand a playful use of autotune. In January of 2018 he released an EP, “K7”, withthe catalán label Jeanne d’Arc Records.
The bright and naif sound that we can appreciate in the last releases of the Spanish new wave of pop is present in all the Confeti de odio songs. But that brightness and joy just remain in his melodies: the lyrics are blue and depressing. “Llorar de fiesta”, published by Snap! Clap! Club! is his presentation to the public, and apparently he will keep surprising us for a long time. His debut is considered classic pop, but with his new song “Hasta romper el móvil” he certainly shows an interest for urban styles.
Marcelo says that he makes pop for precariousness. His songs denote outbreaks of yearning. love, and costumbrism. Very few artists have the ability for hugging the public the way Marcelo does with his art, halfway between a very melodic lo-fi and a flowless hip hop. He debuted in 2016 with Fikasound with “(acepta su cruz)” and these days he is working on new projects that are coming soon.
Cabiria's music comes from a tragicomic synthpop based on a peculiar parody of popular culture. The midi keyboard melodies and punctual electric guitar chords are accompanied by a completely playful function of language, with word and phonetic games from an ironic look to the lyric in music. He debuted in 2016 with C'est Lindy On (Walden Records, Fikasound) and is now preparing an EP.
If you have come to Juncal Rivero in search of answers about our Miss Europe, you are in luck because this is MUCH BETTER. Juncal Rivero are Marcos (El Buen Hijo) and Alicia (Cariño, El Buen Hijo) with their project of brazen synth pop that is so homemade that it looks like a warm colacao, the kind you take before you go to sleep. It's a Fisher Price microphone. A dinosaur slipper with batteries about to die. It's a raspberry water ice in the freezer.
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