DIAS DE RADIO: Self-titled: CD

Above-the-pack, anthemic punk straight outta Guadalajara. Lyrically they’re on the street punk tip, maybe a bit more politically astute than their average counterparts in the U.S., but musically they pack the tunes with simple leads that recall Peter And The Test Tube Babies more than The Virus or The Casualties. Was a bit surprised by what they delivered, which is never a bad thing, and the fact they do it well—not to mention they have the sense to make sure the two Caribbean-flavored tunes here didn’t fall into some simple ska punk pigeonhole—makes it all the better. 

 –jimmy (DDR Punx)