Mexican indie rock band The Plastics Revolution lead singer Julio Gudiño, combines bilingual lyrics and electronic synthetic loops on his new solo project I Can Chase Dragons! Based out of Boston, he creates music that is just as imaginative and dreamy as the name suggests. He experiments with Mexican folk ballet, some ’60s rock and just a mixture of random sounds to achieve a fanciful atmosphere. Soon to accompany him on his live set will be a drummer and bassist.
As if being the front man of a band and starting a side project wasn’t enough, Gudiño has even created a Mexican indie label called Dos Pelícanos. The label’s first release was I Can Chase Dragons’! debut album, Expansión, with eight tracks filled with experimental pop. And of course, Gudiño does all this while going to school in Boston.
Listen and download “Republique” below: