Carrie can refer to either: 1) Carrie is a story that begins in 2001, when Laura Becerra (singer/songwriter) decided to start a solo project after playing with indie bands Mery Poppins (as a drummer), Barón Ashler and Miyagi (as a bassist). At first, Carrie created simple songs using nothing but an acoustic guitar, mostly influenced by artists such as The Softies, Cat Power or Hope Sandoval. Later, experimenting with sequences, new instruments and digital noises, the project evolved into a mixture of indie pop, folk and electronic, something closer to what music specialists like to call Indietronica. She is one of the founders of Abolipop, alongside Eric Gamboa (E.lebleu) and Israel Martínez (Nébula 3), an electronic music label based in Guadalajara.
Her music appeared in the label's first compilation "No estamos solos" with the song "Cat Power", in 2003. Other songs have appeared in compilations of Mexican labels including: "Mars", in "Minimas Texturas 007" (Discos Konfort, 2003). "Eco" in "Máximas Texturas" (Discos Konfort, 2004) - named "Compilation of the Year" by the readers of Quartz, an international arts and music forum based in Paris (www.quartz.org). "Sounds like Display" in "Marzo" (Soundsister, 2004).
"I Sabotage" on the audio-narrative net.label "Música para Espías" directed and founded by Fran Ilich. In 2005, she released her debut album, "Honey Blue Star" with the Tijuana-based label Static Discos and Dearstereofan, in Madrid Spain. The album was produced by label-mate Ruben Tamayo a.k.a. Fax and included collaborations by Fernando Corona a.k.a.Make Carrie Playlist