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Introducing… Murdocco

Uruguayan artist bringing a Latino smoulder to the PJ Harvey love jaded.

Higher Plain Music ventures into a new country I don’t believe we have had the pleasure to showcase yet today – Uraguay. That’s the birthplace of Murdocco, an experimental singer-songwriter whose currently located in London. Her mixture of organic instruments, electronic beats and unconventional delivery makes Murdocco an artist to watch. She started her music career in Spain, releasing several EP’s and you can still hear the Spanish influences in her vocals and brooding guitar work. Murdocco also cites Bjork and PJ Harvey as big influences so I know she’ll find some new fans here.

“Breaking Away” is the latest single and describes the confusion and hopelessness of reaching the end of a relationship. Enjoy the single below, it is out now. For more information and to dive into the wider Murdocco ecosphere (she genre hops a bit) pop over to YouTube. There you’ll find her original music alongside a few remixes too if you want to get your boogie on.

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1 comment

  1. Hi Simon, thank you so much for the lovely review, it means a lot to me when someone takes the time to listen and gives me feedback. You got the essence of the track, I really appreciate it : )

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