jueves, 10 de noviembre de 2011

Mexicans trying to land an UFO, or the Epic Performance of Nortec @ The Opening of the Pan-American Games

Watch Bostich + Fussible stealing the show, the first piece of music is Polaris (special remix for this ceremony) and Tijuana Sound Machine, which is the flagsong of the Collective.  

For people who don’t know them, they’re basically Krafwerk doing Mexican music.



Paso del Nortec book

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Nortec Collective - Polaris by NovaBright

And the original mix seems to be a little bit different from the Pan-American one since perfectly fit on my set of apocalyptic music.
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miércoles, 6 de julio de 2011


SoloImage by M@XONGS via Flickr

I never heard about No te va gustar, a band is from Uruguay created in 1994, but their last album (12 tracks) was released in 2010 and call my atention.

I liked very much the track two Cero a la izquierda, a song about a guy who makes a vote for freedom, rebeldry and to be just like himself and nobody else and track six: Los indiferentes, about people setting apart themselves and pain.

In their first album named Solo de Noche they, they have a sound so similar to Los Fabulosos Cadillacs but in this one they have at last their very own sound.

Actually they are best know in Southamerica and a little bit in Europe since they made presentations in Germany, and others contries.

I recommend this band because they are not bored at all.

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sábado, 26 de marzo de 2011


This blog will have major changes on its layout and will be more active than the last 4 months, to celebrate this we'll post this as a new begining.

Believe us, any japanese band will sell their souls to sound like this.

Café Tacvba - 0 y 1