Pánico has remained, through the years, one of the more interesting (and prolific) projects in the local scene.

For “Señales”, they find themselves exploring more spacious compositions and atmospheres, while also allowing for songs that are a bit longer than their usual structures, self-defined as “micro-pop”.

The result is an ambitious album that feels right at home among international hit albums such as King Krule´s “The Ooz” or breakout vaporwave influenced artists such as Cuco. The overall product, however, remains succinct, with the whole album clocking in at 23 minutes.

23 very good minutes.


Stream “Señales” on Youtube.

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