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Latinx Project Witches Debuts their Indie Pop EP ‘1439’

Latinx Project Witches “Breaks the wheel” of the Chicago music scene with their indie pop inspired debut EP 1439

Witches are Inspired by Spanish rock, indie, and pop artists such as Cafe Tacuba, M83, Tame Impala, Hello Seahorse, Depeche Mode, and The Cure. The project is composed of Mexican-American collaborators Andres Aguirre and Ivan Gaona, which bridges their appreciation and influence of music on both sides of the border. Gaona, who previously found success in his hometown of Monterrey, Mexico with his former band Cabrito Vudú, formerly signing with SONY Music, has now found new ways to express his creativity in Chicago.

Hitting Spotify and digital music stores on May 31st, The debut EP 1439 from Witches takes the listener on a journey of love, fear, and self-awareness through the distinctive tenor vocals of Gaona surrounded by the moving indie electric guitar riffs of Aguirre and includes a sea of glittered synth textures and melodies with pop sensibility which dances hand in hand along dashes of dark pads and indie rock guitar tones stamping their own brand on the indie pop genre.

This EP lays a strong foundation for what’s to come from this exciting new collaboration.

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About Joseph Timmons (8700 Articles)
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