Monterrey, Mexico’s Los Mundos make spacey psychedelic with riff-heavy guitar lines and fuzzed-out bass. Made up of just two people, Luis Angel Martinez and Alejandro Elizondo, they somehow manage to create a lush, full sound that most bands would need at least two more people to accomplish. Our Song of the Day, “Rompe Tu Guitarra” (which translates to “Break Your Guitar”) sees the band at their sludgiest and comes off of their latest record Cuidades Flotantes (Floating Cities), released in March. Los Mundos will be making the journey to Seattle this fall for Freakout Festival, which takes place November 16-17 In Ballard Historic Avenue District. Watch the band play a live version of "Rompe Tu Guitarra" for Sesiones Avandadoom below.
Today’s song, featured on The Afternoon Show with Kevin Cole, is "(I Blame) Society” by Titus Andronicus, from the 2019 album An Obelisk on Merge Records.
Today’s song, featured on The Afternoon Show with Kevin Cole, is "Stephen” by Lowly, from the 2019 album Hifalutin on Bella Union.
Today’s song, featured on The Afternoon Show with Kevin Cole, is "ZORA” by Jamila Woods, from the 2019 album LEGACY! LEGACY! on Jagjaguwar.