Tune du Jour: Le Parody – “Saetas En El Aire”

Mildly complex, thoughtful, and dreamy – the perfect soundtrack for today’s seven hour bus trip to Cali.

“Saetas En El Aire”, or “Arrows in the Air”, is the first song from the second album by La Parody, the project led by Sole Parody who describes herself as a “Spanish musician whose blood runs between Italy and Andalucia and whose music pulses with the impossible, ethereal combination of electro-glitch, pop, and folk.”

The tune is wildly global, too, a blend of east, Middle East and west, comfortably at home everywhere.

Keep up on her blog, Facebook, and Twitter. She’s got a very fun Instagram feed, too.

La Parody’s second album “Hondo” will be released in September 2015 by Warner Music Group in Spain, with editions for the U.S. on Ponk Record and the UK on New Hispanic Music.


Attention musicians, record label reps or fans: Got a suggestions for a Tune du Jour? I’d love to hear it.

Each weekday at noon Eastern Time Piran Café spotlights a new or recently released song from smaller or independent labels to our rapidly growing audience. Genre? None. So long as it’s good. Suggestions are most welcome and encouraged – do get in touch. Please include press info about the song /album /artist, and links to video, audio or both. The more info, the merrier.

CURRENT FOCUS: Since I’ll be based in Colombia through the latter half of August, I’d love to focus as much as I can during that time on artists from South America. Obviously, exceptions will always be made. Just trying to keep it local. Thanks!

Catch up with last week’s picks here, and listen to the best of this month’s selections on Soundcloud.

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