From review from Grapevine.is about the album, read more here:
It’s an album brimming with earworm melodies from the outset. “Obnoxiously Sexual” is the opener—a perfect pop single, seductive and insistent, pulsing with bass and bristling with synth hooks. But when a string quartet and then a brass band swoop in out of nowhere to light up the track, it’s immediately obvious that ‘Mexico’ is something special. It’s not just a honed and crafted house-techno-pop record but a bold reworking of the Gusgus brand of dance music. ‘Mexico’ is accessible and commercial, sure, but the album’s assured, crafted and somewhat brazen party music also feels like a creative and artistic success.
Reykjavík Grapevine did feature article about Karlsson Wilker and Gusgus making artwork for Mexico album. Read about it here.