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For a netlabel known for its left-field pop spirit, this year The Poni Republic seems certain to defy its lo-fi institution to set its magic into edgier projects like its latest release Noise Beat Propaganda. It’s a punk band from Mexicali, Baja California, whose endless and unprecedented energy arrive at the best moment to boost our iPods, we need forms of distraction during this globalized crisis and what a better way to smooth disaster than through the revealing and rebellious We’re In Love, Yeah Right. After listening to Selma Oxor, XYX or Vicente Gayo one can’t help to get the feeling that Mexico’s punk (if existent) is finally in the hands of acts that will actually progress it, let’s bitchslap Panda and company already.

Noise Beat Propaganda delivers hypnotic sessions of noise that in a weird way sound elegant, not in a casual or formal way, more of a girly junkie kind of order a la Peaches, Marnie Stern and No Lo Soporto which I happen to like very much. It might be that they like their punk to be danceable instead of letting it burst in attitude or function as some kind of social statement. Can I already declare “Sexy Neon Wine” as one of my favorite tracks of the year? Not only is its instrumentation a double-plotted narrative (try it with earphones!), it’s one of those songs that resolves itself on the surface, but leaves layers behind for the listener to take action on. It’s strikingly sexual and the evidence of a wasted night presented in a tell-and-respond manner. “Somebody kill me please! (let’s do it! lets do it!)”

“Public Decay” is the only piece to struggles to hold its theme; it’s hard to “be part of a social dismissal” these days, urban tribes have come to the rescue and it’s a lot more difficult to make a strong impression on political defiance. But it does talk about a collective fear, about letting things fall on their own. “Sin Final” is a frenzy invitation to jump in hysteria. The band rises up again with “Can’t Let You Go”, a delusional if not creepy love letter to a rockstar, the four band members get a chance to shine, especially vocalist Ana Torres who really goes crazy. We’re In Love, Yeah Right! ends up being an amusingly enjoyable first offering of pink punk by a band we clearly want to hear more of.

"Album Review: 'We're In Love, Yeah Right!' by Noise Beat Propaganda"

Noise Beat Propaganda is a four piece Indie-pop band from Mexicali, Baja California. We’re In Love, Yeah Right! is their new 4 track EP on Poni Republic. This EP is the reason I hate getting good EPs in the mail. They might as well rename EPs “teasers” because that’s what We’re In Love, Yeah Right! is. Every track is upbeat, catchy, and musically well done. Noise Beat Propaganda sings primarily in English on the EP, but there is one Spanish track. The lone Spanish track, “Sin Final”, is catchy and danceable to even those who don’t speak the language. It’s totally capable of crossing over to the indie-hipster audiences here stateside. “Sexy Neon Wine” is my favorite track on the EP. There is something about the way they worked the lyrics “jiz in my pants” that just works believe it or not. It’s a sexy, raunchy yet playfully fun song you can’t help but move to. It’s so catchy and I love it. The other tracks are two more of the same catchy, danceable indie tracks. The only thing negative I can say is the EP sounds a little “samesy” as a whole. Still, We’re In Love, Yeah Right! Is better than most American or European indie rock out right now. I couldn’t be happier that this band is from Mexico. Believe it or not, singing indie in English is a big movement right now in Mexico and its’ awesome. Check it out for yourself as Noise Beat Propaganda is giving away We’re In Love, Yeah Right! online HERE. Download it and put it in your iPod now!

Written by Ian Morales. - Austin Vida - Austin's Music and Entertainment Magazine

"Noise Beat Propaganda – „We’re in love, yeah right!“"

Bei Musik aus Mexiko dachte ich bisher vor allem Marichiklänge und TexMex-Rock – bis ich auf die Debut-EP von Noise Beat Propaganda gestoßen bin.

Das Quartett aus Mexicali, der Hauptstadt des Bundesstaates Baja California in Mexiko, liefert auf „We’re in love, yeah right!“ vier tanzbare Postpunk-Hits ab, die gut ins Ohr gehen. Besonders gefällt mir der vierte Track „Can’t let you go“. Nicht nur wegen dem weiblichen Gesang erinnern Noise Beat Propaganda ein wenig an die leider viel zu früh aufgelösten Help she can´t Swim. Die EP ist auf dem mexikanischen Netlabel The Poni Republic erschienen und kann kostenlos heruntergeladen werden. Das solltet ihr tun! - Ein Blog über Pop & Kultur


Sexy neon Wine Single cd (2008) (that includes the 1st recorded version of sexy neon wine and Ponme tu maleta, also a Sexy Neon Wine remix by Disco Villains)

- We're in love,yeah right! (2009) (that includes 4 songs)

Some songs have been played mainly on some internet radio stations in mexico, and recently in a free air radio station from Berlin, Germany.
Also music has been posted in some important mexican blogs as Club fonograma, ponirepublic and also music can be found on

you can download our 1st and latest EP here:



The band was formed approximately in 2007, but totally full aligned at the end of 2007, it was until February of 2008 that Noise Beat Props officially played

their 1st show.

The band has been playing a lot since their first show, they have shared stage with many friend local bands and also many foreigner bands that frequently visit Mexicali.

Each member have different influences,but all agree with another same influence, as have fun and have a great time.

One thing that Noise Beat Propaganda can offer, is the great interaction with his audience for so all become part of the show.