Friday, September 15, 2017

09/ 2017 New release: Canal Pop feat. Arabescos – How Can You Expect To Be Taken Seriously?

Eternal Sunday presents Canal Pop‘s new single, a cover of the Pet Shop Boys classic “How Can You Expect To Be Taken Seriously?”. The track was featured in 2016 in the compilation Prism, a tribute to Pet Shop Boys released by the German music portal Electrozombies (containing songs performed by some of the best artists in the electropop/ synthpop/ synthwave international underground scene like Parralox, Junksista, Machinista, Technique, etc.).

How Can You Expect To Be Taken Seriously? is Canal Pop’s first collaboration with singer Arabescos. The single features the single version that appeared in the compilation and a killer remix by German Kreff.




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Friday, September 8, 2017

09/ 2017 New release: Emaxx Cost – Joyride

Eternal Sunday presents Joyride, DJ and producer Emaxx Cost’s third electronic music release on the label. It features two “progressive tech house” (in the words of the artist) tracks, influenced by Bulgarian and Middle- East music, “Joyride” and “Bpeme”.











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Friday, September 1, 2017

ExZentrica: 09/ 2017 Nuevo lanzamiento: Blop! – Insoportable

ExZentrica presenta Insoportable, el nuevo EP de la banda de Tandil, Argentina Blop!, en el que adelantan tres canciones que van a formar parte de su próximo álbum Turbio. Dos de las canciones son originales, “Cursi” e “Insoportable”, mientras que el tercero es un muy logrado cover (en inglés) de “Slow”, de Kylie Minogue.








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Friday, August 18, 2017

08/ 2017 New Release: The Kavanaghs – Headlights

Eternal Sunday presents Headlights, the third studio album (containing original songs) by the powerpop band The Kavanaghs from Rosario, Argentina. The band has gone trough some changes since Love Conquers Pain, from 2011. Singer/ guitar player Alejandro Pin is gone, so drummer Seba Cairo took his place at the guitar and new member Franco Barbieri replaced Seba on drums. In this album, half of the songs were written by Seba Cairo and half by Tiago Galíndez, who wrote most of the songs that appear on the Kavanaghs first two albums. Tiago himself is dividing his time between The Kavanaghs and his solo project (in Spanish) Tiago & Los Pájaros.
 
Some things have changed in six years, but what stays is the wonderful Kavanaghs signature powerpop sound, a combination of the classic 60s British rock with a touch of 90s britpop and current indie rock. The catchy choruses are there, as well as the vocal harmonies and the radio friendly sound. Headlights on, The Kavanaghs are back for good.  





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Promo video ES 2303 The Kavanaghs - Headlights



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Friday, August 11, 2017

08/ 2017 New Release: The Kavanaghs – Love Conquers Pain Live

Eternal Sunday presents Love Conquers Pain Live, the album that captures the magical night (September 19, 2011) in which The Kavanaghs performed at the Sala Lavarden theatre in their home city, Rosario, Argentina, to present their newest album, Love Conquers Pain. 
 
The recording shows the band playing at it best for their own public. The album contains 15 tracks, the whole Love Conquers Pain album plus some songs taken form their debut album The Kavanaghs. 





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Friday, August 4, 2017

08/ 2017 New release: Plastic Orgasm People – Falling

Eternal Sunday presents Falling, a single by Plastic Orgasm People, (Emiliano Canal’s first band with singer Alejandro Marino, before starting Canal Pop).  The song was originally recorded in 1996 along with other two songs, “The Collective Song” and “Let It Rain”, but for some reason these two made it into the band’s debut EP, The Meaning (Of Love) while “Falling” was not included. Falling” is a perfect example of Emiliano Canal’s distinctive style of pop composition and shows Alejandro Marino’s singing talent at full. The guitar was played by the late Lapo Gessaghi, a very well known (and loved) 90’s session player and studio owner.

The song is highly unusual because there were almost no recording of Argentinean bands singing in English at the time, thus making Plastic Orgasm People (AKA POP) truly pioneers.

Thoough it was not released commercially, the song was featured in some Internet portals like the old Mp3.com and ranked high at the site charts.





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Friday, June 23, 2017

06/ 2017 New release: Softcore Express – Neon Lights

Eternal Sunday presents a new single by Softcore Express, the label exclusive tribute and covers makers. This time it is an amazing rendition of the Kraftwerk song Neon Lights”, originally released by the German electronic music pioneer group in 1978 as part of their Man Machine album (and covered many times by electropop artists like Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark, who covered the song in their 1991 album Sugar Tax). The single features two versions of the title track.





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Friday, June 2, 2017

06/ 2017 New release: Fr3ak Y Los Ali3nados – Tridimensional

Eternal Sunday presents Tridimensional, the third album by the electronic rock band Freak Y Los Ali3nados, in which they continue developing their unique style that combines a rock sound with electronic elements and lyrics (in Spanish now) with social content that include mythological references. The album contains 11 tracks and a remix of the song “Todavía Tenemos La Noche”, song of which a very professional music video was made.







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Tuesday, May 9, 2017

ExZentrica: 05/ 2017 Juanjo Ceccon nominado a los Premios Gardel, mejor nuevo artista pop

Estamos felices de anunciar que Juanjo Ceccon, artista de ExZentrica, está nominado a los Premios Gardel 2017 como mejor nuevo artista pop, junto a Benjamín Amadeo (Sony MusicArgentina) y el independiente Sullivan.

Esta es la primer nominación para un artista o lanzamiento de ExZentrica (nuestro sello hermano Eternal Sunday tuvo cinco).

Esta será la 19a entrega de los Premios Gardel, el premio a la música más importante y prestigioso de Argentina (y quizás de Latinoamérica) que es otorgado por CAPIF, la cámara que nuclea a los productores fonográficos y de videos musicales.

Esta edición de los Premios Gardel tuvo un record de más de 1500 discos postulados. La entrega se realizará el 6 de junio de 2017 y será televisada en vivo a todo el país.







Lista oficial de nominados a los Premios Gardel 2017




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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

ExZentrica: 05/ 2017 Nuevo videoclip: Diego Aballe – No Me Esperes

Diego Aballe presenta el primer videoclip con un corte de su álbum Cielos Paralelos, se trata de la canción “No Me Esperes”. El video fue rodado en Buenos Aires (inclusive en el subterráneo de la ciudad) y fue dirigido por Edgardo Medina.












Diego Aballe - No Me Esperes



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Friday, April 21, 2017

04/ 2017 New release: Canal Pop feat. Polette – Moonlight Shadow (2017 Version)

Eternal Sunday releases a new version of the 1983 Mike Oldfield hit “Moonlight Shadow” by Canal Pop feat. Polette. The song has already been released in 2012 as the b-side of the single “Electricity”, but the artist was not happy with that version.

“The version released in 2012 was not finished, we were working on it and a hard disk crashed so I had to use the only mix I had”, says Emiliano Canal, AKA Canal Pop. “Luckily enough, we were able to recover the original files and make a new version, the way I originally wanted it so sound”.

As usual, the song features the whole Canal Pop production package: carefully produced amazing female vocals and a synth-lead infectious rhythm that makes people want to dance.




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Promo video ES 2299 Canal Pop feat. Polette - Moonlight Shadow 2017 Promo video ES 2299 Canal Pop feat. Polette - Moonlight Shadow 2017





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Friday, February 17, 2017

02/ 2017 New release: Canal Pop feat. Polette – I Want You (To Be My Baby) (German Kreff Dub)

Eternal Sunday presents Canal Pop feat. PoletteI Want You (To Be My Baby) (German Kreff Dub). The single features a killer remix of the Canal Pop feat. Polette catchy song “I Want You (To Be My Baby)” made by electronic music producer and remixer German Kreff.









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