Mueran Humanos consists of Carmen Burguess (vocals, drum machine, moog synth, samplers) and Tomas Nochteff (vocals, bass, MPC, tapes) who together make propulsive, unfurling Spanish language songs, using avant-garde methods with a punk attitude.
In 2011 the Mueran Humanos self titled LP was unleashed into the world by legendary industrial label Old Europa Cafe in Europe and boutique NYC label Blind Prophet Records taking them from small venues in the German capital to small venues all over the world. Following several single releases (“Culpable” on Southern Records UK, 2012 and “El Cìrculo”, on Vanity Case UK, 2013) - they were signed by ATP in 2015 for their second album "Miseress".
Their third LP “Hospital Lullabies”, is not only a direct and seamless continuation of their second album (with “Epilog'“, the final track from “Miseress” acting as the intro to “Vestido”, first track from “Hospital Lullabies”) but is also a companion piece to a movie of the same name directed by Carmen Burguess.
Hospital Lullabies consists of delicate dream-like moments (Vestido, with its techno-meets-Terry Riley rhythm), motorik cosmic freakouts (Alien), EBM floor-fillers (Los Problemas del Futuro), avant-garde poetry soundscapes (Cuando una Persona Común), and New Order/OMD-esque electro dance-pop ballads (Detrás de una Flor).
Balanced by feelings of romance and optimism and an overwhelming sense of childlike wonder with a thematic linear thread that ties everything together, and the album really should be approached as a whole rather than a mere collection of songs. This is without question their most refined and cohesive statement so far.