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June Outlook: Mexico

By Anali Rodriguez/ Indie Rocks!

Currently, Mexico is experiencing two complicated situations: The deterioration of consumer confidence, and a new and aggressive wave of COVID-19 infections. Both are affecting the country in a huge way. Inflation itself has led to job losses, generating a fear that does not allow us to focus on the present, but rather on frequently asked questions that focus on what the future economy of Mexico will be like and what it will hold for all of us. 

As a recommendation of the month, the singer from Ciudad Obregón, Sonora, Caloncho, presented his most recent studio album with the help of Universal Music Mexico. good fish represents the vibe of a good vibe and riding a mood positive. This material comes with the support of various talents from Tex-Mex and regional Mexican icon Bobby Pulido, who adds a dash of northern cumbia flavor to the artist's traditional tropical style, to Charles Ans, who joins to contribute a series of rhymes. The versatility of the new Caloncho will put you in a good mood to make summer bearable. 


On the other hand, the artist from Ensenada, J. Zunz shared his second production, From air, which is born between reverberations and melodic sounds to capture the tension of the moment. Don't stop listening to it. 


Zemmoa- Dear Heart: The singer from Cuernavaca, Morelos, Zemmoa, is placed inside an empty nightclub, closing the doors to the public to make a clear metaphor of when we want to offer an offer of peace to our hearts. the footage of Dear Heart, acts as a healer of wounds and an opportunity to start a conversation with what we think and what we feel; all set to music in a seductive disco pop vibe. Enjoy the video clip directed by Emilio Bianchic. 

CelestRevelation: The melancholy is sounded in a pop rock that will help you give yourself enough courage to move forward in Revelation, the new single from the CDMX group, Celest. East track has the collaboration of León Larregui (Zoé) and delves into this crucial stage in which we dare to thank, let go and continue with our lives; all this after ending a love relationship. The premiere comes alongside a music video directed by Andres Ritter. 

Cuckoo and Bratty- World's End: The dose of bedroom pop that you needed to pamper your soul comes thanks to Cuco, Bratty and their single collaborative, World's End. The artists manage to imbue this track with melancholy, which is characterized by taking thoughts to a level where we don't find answers and only stick to the past; to the beautiful memory of what was and still hard for us to let go. 

petite amieAgain: Psychedelic sensations intoxicated by the mystery of life itself; so we can define Again, the new single of the group based in CDMX, Petite Amie. The convergence of all the sound nuances, the vocal coordination and the constancy of the repetitions of the instruments manage to give continuity to all the expectations we have. You can conceptualize this track in the company of the footage presented by Jorge Granados Ross.


Next month's agenda will be impacted by the summer vacations, however, the shows that are already on the billboards promise intimate encounters with their fans. Likewise, the most important photojournalism exhibition in the world will arrive in Mexico. The World Press Photo will be exhibited at Franz Mayer Museum from July 15 to October 2. 



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