Top 5 Hispanic artists you should be listening to this week
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It seems that the Mexican music scene has plenty of female representation. One of these fantastic voices is that of Natalia Días, better known as Arroba Nat, whose musical product combines the simplicity of harmonies with powerful and sincere lyrics about love. "Hacerte Mal" is her single from 2018.
Fernando Milagros represents the fusion of two very important archetypes in Chilean music: the romantic singer and music with deep folkloric roots, but his work takes a step forward and also combines the latest trends of Latin American pop rock. "Cuál es el Secreto" is part of his EP of Remixes of 2018.
It’s no secret to anyone that Argentina is the birthplace of many of the most important exponents of Latin American rock. But the work of Los Espíritus is still distinguished by its psychedelic colors and blues structure that has conquered audiences since 2010. "Creció un Yuyo" is one of their last singles of 2017.
Bandalos Chinos is another Argentine group that we recommend this time for fans of funk-rock-electro fusion. Natives of Beccar, these boys have mixed sweet melodies with synthesizers and clear voices. "Vámonos de viaje" is their last single from 2018.
The Plastics Revolution describes their music as "happy, sticky and fun.” For many, it’s a time machine that goes back to the 80s, with clear influences from bands like Prisioneros (Chile), Soda Stereo (Argentina) and Desorden Público (Venezuela). "Otra era" is the latest single from this promise of Mexican music.