When the video for the gorgeous folk pop standout cut “Melancólico” was released, I couldn’t have been more excited. Firstly, because I went to Landon’s SoundCloud and found out the whole EP is available once again. Secondly, because I hadn’t heard these songs in a while and, as safe as they might seem at times, revisiting them makes me realize how fresh and comforting they sounded when they were a new discovery, and how they keep a current quality within their casual '90s alt-rock revivalism and funk-nourished spirit. And thirdly, because I’m convinced Sonido Landon’s moderate fame should resonate more in his personal work rather than on the collaborations he’s become known for (Orlando’s cover of Los Rakas' “Abrázame,” Torreblanca’s rendition of Gepe’s “Por la Ventana,” but principally his work as producer and band member with Morrison). “Melancólico” is a beautiful introduction for those who are not familiar with Landon’s solo work, delightful singing, and charming tunes.