Having performed together given that they had been teenagers, sisters Júlia and Maria Reis produce hazy noise rock and roll/punk as Pega Monstro. Lisbon, Portugal natives, Júlia Reis has drums while Maria holders guitar and key pad, and both sing their melodic, Portuguese-language music, large with reverb and crash cymbals. Their debut EP, O Juno-60 Nunca Teve Fita, made an appearance in early 2011 and was accompanied by a B Fachada-produced self-titled LP independently Cafetra Information in 2012. After gaining a popularity for energetic concert events and support areas for serves including Ariel Green as well as the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Pega Monstro released their second LP, Alfarroba (Carob), via Upset the Tempo in the summertime of 2015. The same label released 2017’s Casa de Cima, which also came back manufacturer Leonardo Bindilatti. Called following the Sintra Mountains villa where it had been recorded, the record took a part of a far more reflective path without abandoning their garagey disposition.