Dude Mata premieres ‘The Internet Missed You’

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Romanticism from the internet and dream pop fantasy.

Luis Matabetter known as dude killsis releasing his EP The Internet Missed You, a sea of beats created from a room that remind us of youth in times of screens.

dude kills premiere The Internet Missed You As a result of the fusions of R&B, shoegaze and bedroom pop, in its creation it shows an air of melancholy and romanticism that gives us visions of the future. A particular aesthetic that reminds us of the futurism lost in the 80s.

With his first single “Aguascalientes” We immerse ourselves in a series of beats that invade the core of synthesizers, the heart of all the songs of the Mexican musician, which among the retro futuristic sound gives us hints of new wave in conversation with dreampop.

The lyrics call us to close our eyes and think about the doubt of finding our dreams, or the moment we lost them, on that line that is the limit between reality and the dream world. This song also uses guitars that sound nostalgic, between low tones, distortions and a game of melodies.

The six-song EP is now available everywhere, don’t miss dude kills.


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