Also hailing from the beautiful Monterrey is Selma Oxor. The band features, as you can see, two girls and a guy. Their rough-edged songs sound like something like a girl band who's Influences section on their MySpace could be could read: Peaches, CSS, YYYs,.
They've got the canned drum beats and then some weird organ moans on tracks like "Tienes Algo," with singer Violeta chanting something alongside. The production quality isn't amazing but the potential definitely is there. I'm going to be very excited to see these guys flesh it out live.