Sonora Depression raises its style with “Vivir del Aire”

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“The need to evolve is captured on this cover, in MACHINERAVAJAin customs and that dirty reality in which we live”.

Sound Depressionthe emerging musical force, presents its latest hit “Live on air”. Marcos Crespo, the mastermind behind this project, demonstrates his ability to connect with the audience through expressive lyrics. This song, which quickly rises in his repertoire, reveals the emotional evolution of Curlyfusing nineties influences with a radically own touch, whether labeled as dream pop, melodic shoegaze or updated trip hop.

Marcos Crespoknown for his self-released self-titled EP and the acclaimed sad stories to sleep well, has cemented its position as a promise fulfilled in the Spanish music scene. Their debut album The art of dying very slowly (2022) was a bold step forward, and we now anticipate his next EP, Makinavaja, scheduled for 2024.

Marcos Crespo is a talented artist from Vallecas (Madrid, Spain) who has marked his territory in the post punk, lo fi pop and electronics. His independent project, conceived during the confinements of the pandemic in May 2020, has quickly gained recognition, accumulating millions of views on digital platforms. The dark vision of Curly about the music of the 80’s, combined with his pessimistic but at the same time danceable lyrics, position him as a relevant figure in the current scene.

After completing his successful tour in Spain, Sound Depression He has a Latin American tour prepared for 2023, promising to take his eclectic proposal to new horizons.


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