Page Sounds

Page Sounds is Carlos Metta’s main musical project. He is a multi-instrumentist, composer and producer based in Mexico City. His sound has always been able to erase the line between catchy and experimental music, this has helped him create a brilliant mix of rock, folk, pop, world music and electronic.

The collaboration between Page Sounds and Pedro y El Lobo began with the launch of their debut album Burning Feet in 2014. After that, Carlos faced the challenge of taking such an eclectic record to live presentations. A band strengthen by Teddy Nanes (guitar and voice), Luis Sokol (bass), Daniel Sissa (wind instruments) and Andrés Kahan (drums and percussions) transformed the sound of the original recordings in shows filled with obscure tones and intensive jams. That dynamic has permeated when the band entered the studio in 2018 and molded what we can hear today on their new Ep, titled Better Days.

There is a clear search for movement and sound discovery in Page Sounds songs, their music is under continuous renewal of styles and instrumentation. In Better Days we can see the reflection of an EP that is a lot more psychedelic with heavy hooks, epic distortions, and abstract lyrics. The influences that originated the project are still there, but they are arranged now in an elegant and subtle way under a more mature and free sound.





Moonatic is a band that is not out just to play well, but to express things that go way beyond the limits of a pop song. Their music is unpredictable and challenges the short attention span of modern day consumption. Just when you think you know where a song is headed, in comes a silence, chord or time change that throws you to a completely new landscape and leaves you with the feeling that anything can happen from then on.

Their debut album Another Sky is an intricate masterpiece in which rock riffs, folk melodies, jazz grooves and experimental noises blend in perfectly to create a beautiful atmospheric sound. It has been praised by several music publications in Mexico, United States and Brazil. While reviewing the album, Warp Magazine called Moonatic “one of the most promising bands in the Mexican scene”.

Moonatic took a chance to release Another Sky as a One Track Album so the public could experiment the production on a complete and different level. Once it achieved prestige in the media, they decided to release each song separately, now available in every platform. Another Sky will make you struggle to catch breath one moment and achieve absolute peace the next.