Lío en Río is the epilogue for Con Mi Tiempo Y El Progreso, Linda Mirada's sophomore album, a wonderful collection of summery disco-pop gems. Five of the album's songs are remixed for this E.P.
LA's Secret Circuit, fresh from his first album release in Tim Sweany's BIS label adds a tropical twist to Aire while New York's Phenomenal Handclap Band put their pyschedelic disco sorcery in Secundario. From this side of the pond, fellow Spanish producer Daniel Kyo prepares a Tour de Force with Dinamo and Barcelona's Sabore Bicoro takes Lío en Río to the Balearic territory. Finally Russian hermanos Simple Symmetry take La Costa into an Italo Disco trip to full effect. This EP is definitely a joyful trip through delicate disco influenced pop.
Linda Mirada is a Spanish artist based in Madrid. She released her first record in 2009, “China Es Otra Cultura” (“China Is Another Culture”). Her music is a mix between eighties pop and Spanish boogie with touches of Italo disco and synth-pop, more or less in the vein of artists like Washed Out and Neon Indian. “Con Mi Tiempo Y El Progreso” is her second album, recorded at the Ruminator studios in San Francisco and produced by Bart Davenport and Monte Valley.