Here at Elefant, we love it when we hear something new, personal, and exciting. And when we heard GOMET for the first time, we freaked out. We had never heard anything like this. It is endearing and disturbing, exciting and disconcerting, all at the same time. It wakes up feelings and sensations that are completely new, and that is very difficult to do at this point. Because they have turned the world upside down with a very simple, but instantly powerful concept. There is a certain ethical code, one that is not written anywhere and that is more than debatable, that separates children’s music from adult music. Or music for adults that children can enjoy too. Or music for adults from a child’s point of view. But, what would children’s music made for adults sound like? What would it be like in world in which all the fears and feelings of a child are described, all their hopes and joys, their contradictions, with all the complexity and depth of an adult? And what if this is done to the beat of dense and solid electronic pop? This, in a nutshell, is GOMET. Or, in other words, a duo from Valencia formed by Marco Silvy-Leligois and Alejandra Tomás, who are releasing their first EP, “Ser Mayor Es Un Rollo”, on Elefant Records. “Cumpleañera” is an advance song and with it starts the bpms skyrocket, the 4x4 trot kicks in, voices with twisted frequencies, the most obstinate hedonism, the most solid dance music… It is a dancefloor hit like you haven’t heard in years, with lyrics that blow your mind away while you listen. You can’t explain it, you just have to let yourself go with the flow.