Jóvenes y Sexys - Bruno Remixed
Hey everybody, we're coming very close to the end of our netlabel & Blogspot "era". That sounds pretty wicked, right? Well, it is. But don't mind that, for we have an entirely better and rather more interesting surprise for you guys. Oh, don’t worry. We will tell you all about our "good bye" within the third surprise we have planned for you, but before that (again), let’s go back to the true meaning of this post.
Our Venezuelan "panitas", Jóvenes y Sexys, are back. Were they ever gone? Not really, well, in a way, yeah. But don't get shaky, here's the update: After their "Bruno EP" release, Cheky & Loo came to Mexico, met a bunch of talented people, and somehow, they did not only end up appearing in two soundtracks (for the Mexican films "Rudo y cursi" and "Voy a explotar"), in case you were wondering, JYS just got back home from playing a few gigs in Brazil a few days ago.
Remember their last release? Well, María y José (Tijuana), pepepe (Guadalajara) and Nuuro (New York) certainly do. Don’t worry if you don’t. We’re done with the words, anyway. All you have to know from now on is that, because of artists like Jóvenes y Sexys, we have decided to take Poni Republic to a whole other level. But please, remain tuned. Don't drop out!
Anyways, starting from this release...
Well, kind of...
OK, OK. We hate surprises; so let’s just say we sort of have another Venezuelan release ready for you to enclose our official "farewell", but before that, please, go ahead and enjoy these fine tunes (and artwork)…
// JÓVENES Y SEXYS / BRUNO REMIXED EP //
01 - El Reloj (El Tiempo Se Nos Va María y José Remix) DOWNLOAD
02 - Suerte, pt. 2 DOWNLOAD
03 - Gold Day (Pepepe Remix) DOWNLOAD
04 - Divine Hammer (Nuuro Re-Remake) DOWNLOAD
ZIP file, includes artwork
This is a remix EP based on the songs originally released on "Bruno EP" (The Poni Republic, 2008).
Track 1: Remixed by María y José
Track 3: Remixed by Pepepe
Track 4: Reworked by Nuuro
The cover image is an intervention of the original artwork by Loocila, made by Juan José Quintanillo (San Francisco, Venezuela).
Credits for the other images:
001, 002 by Alejandro Díaz (Caracas, Venezuela)
003, 004, 005 by Andros Leal (Mexico DF, Mexico)
006 by Carmen Finol (Maracaibo, Venezuela)
007 by Demon Balooni (Soledad, Colombia)
008 by Javier Otero (Caracas, Venezuela)
009 by Juan Carlos Linares (Caracas, Venezuela)
010 by Linda Meléndez (Maracaibo, Venezuela)
011 by Luiz Méndez (Mexico DF, Mexico)
012 by Néstor Montiel (Maracaibo, Venezuela)
013 by Nicasio Andrade (Maracaibo, Venezuela)
014 by Nileida Tovar (Caracas, Venezuela)
015 by Reynaldo V. Rodríguez (Caracas, Venezuela)
016 by Rie Sánchez (Caracas, Venezuela)
017 by Stuart Haussmann (Flower Mound, Texas, USA)
018, 019 by Uxío Broullón (Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, España)
020, 021, 022 by Valentina Alvarado (Maracaibo, Venezuela)
Thanks to Antonio Jiménez, Carlos Pesina and Alex Ghersi, and to all the people who made interventions for this project, you guys rock.
Some rights reserved. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 2.5 License. The Poni Republic, 2010.