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Milkmoon

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EP "New Beginnings Blessing Music" Released in February 2006

1. Kite**
2. Luciérnagas*
3. Pink Resolution**
4. Ombligo Of The Moon*
5. Lullaby***

All tracks are airplaying in local Radios in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico.

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Milkmoon (& The Atom Company) it’s a milky endowment full of energetic, tripping, and desert music. Original of a Mexican northern city; Hermosillo, this band is born to make melodies bloom and to inject vitality within a musical scene that used to be an arid zone with sporadic outbreaks of creativity. The members, in the voice and synth Dnis Salcido, in the guitar Mini Orozco, lead synth Tö Robles and bass and synth Charls Cota, form this band of electro indie rock that had its formal debut in the year 2004; nevertheless, the musical history of each one of them goes back some years behind, in which they had already taken part in different projects. Until these days they have been consolidated as one of the best musical proposals in the northwest of Mexico. Their composition dynamics seeks to incorporate invited musicians within their experimental sound to enrich electronic sensibility and their rock aggressiveness (From there the name: The Atom Company). The result is of an admirable spontaneity in the five themes included in their EP “New Beginnings Blessing Music” (produced by Orozco). The lyrics combine urban visions and dreamy images with eloquent innocence and magic symbolisms. The sounds flow as serene rivers that end in dreamy waterfalls that go from the most intimate atmospheres up to hysterical and amused explosions. Their personality continues evolving every day remaining loose of a specific current and leaving place for the exploration of new territories. Live shows are a good sample of the interpretive quality of these young composers, who even, they give themselves the luxury of doing improvisations that come off their habitual sets to make a freer aesthetic proposal detached from the typical live concerts. Nevertheless, for more comparisons that they are done to them, the growth of these Sonorenses musicians only augurs the arrival of a diverse artistic movement that will extend the traditional forms of elaborating, transmitting and enjoying rock and roll.