After doing it with The Punsetes, Sound Depression mutually versions with the Chilean Javiera Mena recovering what is one of his hits, “Camara Slow”.
A project that is giving us good surprises. Marcos Crespo, that is, Markusiano and Depresion Sonora, demonstrates his versatility and open-mindedness by performing versions of songs he likes and, in return, the covered artists dare to perform some of their classics. On this occasion, she uses one of the emblematic songs from Javiera Mena’s first album and takes it to her territory, connecting two continents as if nothing had happened. That is why he has become one of our most beloved alternative names in Latin America. In her words, although Javiera’s music seems distant in style, it shares an emotional core.”
For her part, Javiera Mena signs a remix of the Depresion Sonora anthem “There is no summer anymore.” She is also in charge of production and Turian Boy is in charge of mixing and mastering. You can listen to both versions and the two original songs below these lines.