Electro-indie-rockers Limón Sutil have been making music together since the dawn of the new millennium. For the past nine years, the trio has been grooving away in their native Paraguay, a country where—in their words— “a gold record is only 1,000 copies and you’ve probably never heard of [us] unless you have an Internet connection…”
Their music fluctuates between electronic-infused rock tracks (like their killer cover of John Lennon’s “Love” ) and more straightforward pop rock tunes (check out “Vestigio.”) Woven throughout their diverse repertoire are definite hints of a Café Tacuba vibe (most prevalent in the ethereal, moody vocals of “Subterraneo.”) For most latino artists, that’s quite a big compliment!
Although their music is “mostly in Spanish,” Limón Sutil’s sound can easily be enjoyed by English-only or other non-Spanish speaking audiences, whether it puts you in a trance or gets you moving on the dance floor. Limón Sutil is the first “Weekly Rhythm” band who lacks the traditionally present “Latin” feel or instrumentation in their music. Rather, they’re a latino group making music that translates just beautifully to rockers, indie kids and everyone in between.