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"This is a tight band with their shit together. At the core, it’s indie rock with Modest Mouse-like guitar work. But they bring their personal influences to the table. The name is derived from a leftist guerrilla group in Argentina, but the band doesn’t appear to be overtly political. Though, they do sing some tracks in Spanish, which is lefty to the speak-English-only crowd. On occasion, the guitar takes on slightly harder tones, but for the most part what we’ve heard thus far — the full album is out in August — has a casual groove with an almost world music feel."
-Josh Johnson, The Denver Post's Reverb
"Very reminiscent of early Minus The Bear tracks, Ride the Ridges is an emotionally-charged indie-rock offering which sounds familiar and new at the same time."
-Yellow Scene Magazine
Montoneros have shared the stage with national touring acts Gold & Youth, Seahaven, and She Keeps Bees - along with playing Denver's 2014 Underground Music Showcase. Their debut album "If You Think You're In The Wrong Place, You're Probably Here" was released on November 25th, 2014.