1. Diamante Eléctrico (feat. Billy Gibbons) – Días Raros
This is one of the most recent Colombian groups to debut on the international scene. With three albums under the belt, Juan Galeano, Daniel Álvarez, and Andee Zeta have been recognized with three Grammy awards since 2015. "Días Raros" is part of their album "Diamante Eléctrico" of 2013.
Labeled by the Spanish newspaper El País as a "pop of small things" genre, this revelation duo challenges the tradition of "young bands" to venture into new musical trends. Natives of Logroño, Teresa and Luis debuted in 2012 with their album "Rock'n Roll", and "Jersey" is their latest single from 2018.
This Mexican group arises from the fusion between Demián Gálvez and the turntable DJ Rayo, former members of the band Los Dorados, who set out to fuse "the experimental and the nocturnal" with Latin rhythms. "Debilidad" is their last single from 2018.
Another band from Mexico City is Furland, which defines its style as "Cosmic Folk-Pop", a fusion of all the rhythms that continue to propel the Latin American music scene of recent years. "Corazón Típico" is part of their latest album of 2014, "Cuervos".
Fishlights is the solo project of Fernando Heftye, who is also part of The Plastics Revolution. Heftye defines his project as "epic sounds", which since 2013 "explores the land of synth-pop". "Telescopio" was one of his singles from 2017.