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Posted December 5, 2017 by Mike Mineo in Indie Rock
 
 

Gente Bien – “Sangre en tu Cuello”

Gente Bien churns out melodic garage-rock with psych and ’70s pop influence, sang in Spanish. The style reminds of a cross between Smith Westerns and Os Mutantes. Fond of contagious pop melodies under three minutes that hook immediately, Gente Bien’s new track “Sangre en tu Cuello” is a testament to that. Excitable spurts of guitar and an underlying organ accompany the suave vocals, which take a pause for a melodic guitar solo just past the one-minute mark. Fun and concise, “Sangre en tu Cuello” is a track that’s nicely representative of the project.

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