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EPs: Feeding Little Dogs
LPs: Honey Blue Star (2005), 1981 (2008), Static Discos



Carrie started in 2001, when Laura B. decided to work on a solo musical project that included indie-pop, folk and electronic sounds. She was also founder, alongside Eric Gamboa (E.lebleu) and Israel Martínez, of the Abolipop label in her hometown of Guadalajara. Carrie has appeared in various international festivals, including the Mutek Festival in México, FIS (Festival Internacional Sonorama), Plataforma, MX Beat, Suoni Per Il Popolo Festival in Montreal, FMEL in Chicago, and at Festival Internacional de Benicàssim in Spain.

Her debut album, Honey Blue Star (2005), was a split-label release between Static Discos (México) and Dearstereofan (Spain). The album included collaborations with Fernando Corona (Murcof) and was produced by Rubén Tamayo (Fax). Her music has also appeared in the big screen, as heard in the Mexican short film “Benjamín …” by Ernesto Bucio and in the “Highland Gardens” movie by Dutch director Britta Hosman.

As a live act, Carrie has had a constant rotation of musicians & guests; and has shared the stage with: Yo La Tengo, Tristeza, Nouvelle Vague, The Whitest Boy Alive, Aroah, Cat Power, Sebastien Tellier, Marissa Nadler, Vitaminsforyou, Mystery Jets…

Currently Alex Gallo (Pelvis) is her latest live partner and an integral part of Carrie’s new album, 1981 (Static Discos, 2008). The album is available through Darla Records and through various digital outlets including iTunes and Emusic.