Disco Ruido and Rey Pila’s collaboration, “Zombies,” is a frazzled synth-hemorrhaging disco embedded in chillwavey dancefloor that invokes a kooky 80s vibe. The splashy tune thumps that soundclashes with Rey Pila’s vocals shoots us into an outer space buzz where we want to cavort to the funkiness. The lyrics video looks like a compilation of 90s MTV commercials – oh, who can’t forget those brainwashy cable heydays:
The Mexico City-based electropop trio, Disco Ruido, were founded in 2007 and have garnered our auditory radar with their single “Pulso Animal” featuring Leon Larregui this year. Disco Ruido composes in both English and Spanish, just so you can listen either way.
Rey Pila is a four-piece alternative band from Mexico City.
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