Tag Archive: “AJ Davila”

Savannah Stopover Music Festival this year played host to 87 bands for the festival’s seventh anniversary, taking place March 9-11 in Savannah, GA’s beautiful and historic downtown district. Ghettoblaster’s David Altherr was there to capture some of the action.

AJ Davila at The Jinx:

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Chain Of Flowers at The Jinx:

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Christopher Paul Stelling at Trinity United Church:

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Crocodiles at The Jinx:

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Daddy Issues at The Jinx:

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JEFF The Brotherhood at The Jinx:

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Julien Baker at Trinity United Church:

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Kishi Bashi at Ships Of The Sea, North Garden:

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Tall Tall Trees at The Jinx:

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Wreckless Eric at The Jinx:

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The Puerto Rico native AJ Davila has been a staple of underground rock in both the States and Latino culture. He’ll soon arrive with his second album, El Futuro, dropping on Cinco de Mayo (Discos Panoram). After sharing the first single “Beautiful” a few months back, today he shares the video for the second single “17.” No matter what language he sings in, which is usually both, the feeling the music captures is undeniably rich and pure.

As a stunning surprise, garage rocker A.J. Davila y Terror Amor premiered the new video for “Beautiful” today. As a part of Puerto Rico’s Davila 666, he released three albums and an E.P. on In The Red Records, well known for the plethora of blues, garage and scuzz bands, as well as Rob’s House Records. After setting on a course of his own, he released Terror Amor with a backing band of misfits that fit his own aesthetics continuing on the path of blending American rock with Spanish & English vocals. No matter what language, the result is infinitely appealing. Whether living in P.R., the United States, or finding himself in Mexico, the stars are the limit for Davila.

On “Beautiful,” the charismatic singer showcases his growth as a songwriter, keeping those distorted vocals and guitars while captivating us all with a gorgeous melody and harmonies. The song is the single off of the forthcoming albumĀ El Futuro out February 2017 via Discos Panoram.