Cafe Tacuba, Neblina

Cafe Tacuba

With rare objection, Café Tacuba is credited far and wide as the preeminent band to have arisen from the rock en español movement of the early '90s. The Mexican four-piece unfortunately isn't well characterized by the rock en español tag, for the "rock music sung in Spanish" descriptor does little justice to the stylistic diversity and creative strides showcased by Café Tacuba over the course of their career. The band employs a standard rock lineup of guitar/bass/drums with vocals, certainly, but the members also incorporate electronics as well as exotic instrumentation into their music, which encompasses styles as divergent as punk and ballads, as well as regional Mexican and ambient electronica. No Café Tacuba album sounds quite like another, for the band generally pursues a grand artistic vision for each project that goes all the way from the scope of the album to which musical styles will be fused, to which collaborators are best suited for the performances, to the actual packaging design of each release. For such creative reasons, Café Tacuba is beloved by critics and cultural observers who appreciate such ambition and originality. On the other hand, legions of followers worldwide are enamored with the band simply because of the music, which is broadly appealing not only because of its distinction but also because of its fun, madcap, and ever-changing manner. This is especially true of the band's first few albums -- Café Tacuba (1992), Re (1994), and Avalancha de Éxitos (1996) -- all of which are endlessly entertaining roller coaster rides of willfully whimsical stylistic fusion. Beginning withRevés/Yo Soy (1999) and continuing with Cuatro Caminos (2003), Café Tacuba grew more challenging and experimental, as well as more mature and earnest. Nevertheless, these later album were their most acclaimed, earning Grammy Awards among other accolades. For legal reasons (and to much confusion, no doubt), the band generally bills itself as Café Tacvba rather than Café Tacuba (replacing the U with a similar-looking V), though the name is pronounced normally, with a U.

Neblina

With a strong and consistent career featuring a hard rock sound, NEBLINA is quickly becoming a strong presence in the Los Angeles rock scene.
















































































The band, composed of Carlos García (guitar and vocal), Sergio “Kekys” Estrada (Bass) and Daniel Sánchez (drums), got together on 2002, when these three high school friends shared their dream to form a rock band.

Determined to succeed in their chosen career, NEBLINA started performing at local bars, with a memorable first show at The All American Legion Sports bar at the end of that year.

For the band, the following years were invested in finding and defining an identity as a group. Their influences range from Black Sabbath, Rage Against the Machine, and Metallica to rock-en-Español legend Caifanes, all who inspired NEBLINA’s powerful rock sound.

By 2006, NEBLINA had forged a path ahead and with what experience they had, the members decided to compete at ‘La Batalla de Las Bandas’ (‘Battle of The Bands”) sponsored by Heineken and presented by Rick Ortiz Productions. The group’s quality was a stand-out, noticeable by the public’s reaction and the judges responded by awarding them first place in the competition.

Thanks to this award, NEBLINA released its first album titled "Otra Realidad" in 2007; this album was introduced at the House of Blues/Hollywood to acclaimed success.



During its nine-year career, NEBLINA has shared the stage with important rock personalities, such as B real of Cypress Hill, Slash, McQueen and Matt Sorum ex Guns and Roses, The Cult and Velvet Revolver; as well as sharing the stage with Latin American rock heavy weights like Molotov (2009, 2011), Enrique Bunbury (2010), Moderatto (2010) Lucybell (2009), and Bersuit (2006), Los Amigos Invisibles, Jumbo, Boombox, Montenegro, Ceci Batista, Pastilla and Auditivo.



One of the highlights of their career was a performance shared with The Master Javier Batiz, with whom they performed for two nights in the city of Santa Ana, CA, the first time in front of 50,000 people on a Cinco de Mayo (May 5th) celebration and the second time at the famous rock club The Whisky A Go-Go of Hollywood.

One of their most recent performances was at the Sunset Strip Music Fest, in which they had the honor of being the only Spanish speaking rock group selected to participate.

NEBLINA’s music was also welcomed in Mexico City stages of the Hard Rock Café, Doverman, Rock House in Toluca, a city to which they will return soon and where the band also stopped by the prominent radio program Grita Radio in 2008.












































































The band, composed of Carlos García (guitar and vocal), Sergio “Kekys” Estrada (Bass) and Daniel Sánchez (drums), got together on 2002, when these three high school friends shared their dream to form a rock band.

Determined to succeed in their chosen career, NEBLINA started performing at local bars, with a memorable first show at The All American Legion Sports bar at the end of that year.

For the band, the following years were invested in finding and defining an identity as a group. Their influences range from Black Sabbath, Rage Against the Machine, and Metallica to rock-en-Español legend Caifanes, all who inspired NEBLINA’s powerful rock sound.

By 2006, NEBLINA had forged a path ahead and with what experience they had, the members decided to compete at ‘La Batalla de Las Bandas’ (‘Battle of The Bands”) sponsored by Heineken and presented by Rick Ortiz Productions. The group’s quality was a stand-out, noticeable by the public’s reaction and the judges responded by awarding them first place in the competition.

Thanks to this award, NEBLINA released its first album titled "Otra Realidad" in 2007; this album was introduced at the House of Blues/Hollywood to acclaimed success.



During its nine-year career, NEBLINA has shared the stage with important rock personalities, such as B real of Cypress Hill, Slash, McQueen and Matt Sorum ex Guns and Roses, The Cult and Velvet Revolver; as well as sharing the stage with Latin American rock heavy weights like Molotov (2009, 2011), Enrique Bunbury (2010), Moderatto (2010) Lucybell (2009), and Bersuit (2006), Los Amigos Invisibles, Jumbo, Boombox, Montenegro, Ceci Batista, Pastilla and Auditivo.



One of the highlights of their career was a performance shared with The Master Javier Batiz, with whom they performed for two nights in the city of Santa Ana, CA, the first time in front of 50,000 people on a Cinco de Mayo (May 5th) celebration and the second time at the famous rock club The Whisky A Go-Go of Hollywood.

One of their most recent performances was at the Sunset Strip Music Fest, in which they had the honor of being the only Spanish speaking rock group selected to participate.

NEBLINA’s music was also welcomed in Mexico City stages of the Hard Rock Café, Doverman, Rock House in Toluca, a city to which they will return soon and where the band also stopped by the prominent radio program Grita Radio in 2008.

Neblina

With a strong and consistent career featuring a hard rock sound, NEBLINA is quickly becoming a strong presence in the Los Angeles rock scene.
















































































The band, composed of Carlos García (guitar and vocal), Sergio “Kekys” Estrada (Bass) and Daniel Sánchez (drums), got together on 2002, when these three high school friends shared their dream to form a rock band.

Determined to succeed in their chosen career, NEBLINA started performing at local bars, with a memorable first show at The All American Legion Sports bar at the end of that year.

For the band, the following years were invested in finding and defining an identity as a group. Their influences range from Black Sabbath, Rage Against the Machine, and Metallica to rock-en-Español legend Caifanes, all who inspired NEBLINA’s powerful rock sound.

By 2006, NEBLINA had forged a path ahead and with what experience they had, the members decided to compete at ‘La Batalla de Las Bandas’ (‘Battle of The Bands”) sponsored by Heineken and presented by Rick Ortiz Productions. The group’s quality was a stand-out, noticeable by the public’s reaction and the judges responded by awarding them first place in the competition.

Thanks to this award, NEBLINA released its first album titled "Otra Realidad" in 2007; this album was introduced at the House of Blues/Hollywood to acclaimed success.



During its nine-year career, NEBLINA has shared the stage with important rock personalities, such as B real of Cypress Hill, Slash, McQueen and Matt Sorum ex Guns and Roses, The Cult and Velvet Revolver; as well as sharing the stage with Latin American rock heavy weights like Molotov (2009, 2011), Enrique Bunbury (2010), Moderatto (2010) Lucybell (2009), and Bersuit (2006), Los Amigos Invisibles, Jumbo, Boombox, Montenegro, Ceci Batista, Pastilla and Auditivo.



One of the highlights of their career was a performance shared with The Master Javier Batiz, with whom they performed for two nights in the city of Santa Ana, CA, the first time in front of 50,000 people on a Cinco de Mayo (May 5th) celebration and the second time at the famous rock club The Whisky A Go-Go of Hollywood.

One of their most recent performances was at the Sunset Strip Music Fest, in which they had the honor of being the only Spanish speaking rock group selected to participate.

NEBLINA’s music was also welcomed in Mexico City stages of the Hard Rock Café, Doverman, Rock House in Toluca, a city to which they will return soon and where the band also stopped by the prominent radio program Grita Radio in 2008.












































































The band, composed of Carlos García (guitar and vocal), Sergio “Kekys” Estrada (Bass) and Daniel Sánchez (drums), got together on 2002, when these three high school friends shared their dream to form a rock band.

Determined to succeed in their chosen career, NEBLINA started performing at local bars, with a memorable first show at The All American Legion Sports bar at the end of that year.

For the band, the following years were invested in finding and defining an identity as a group. Their influences range from Black Sabbath, Rage Against the Machine, and Metallica to rock-en-Español legend Caifanes, all who inspired NEBLINA’s powerful rock sound.

By 2006, NEBLINA had forged a path ahead and with what experience they had, the members decided to compete at ‘La Batalla de Las Bandas’ (‘Battle of The Bands”) sponsored by Heineken and presented by Rick Ortiz Productions. The group’s quality was a stand-out, noticeable by the public’s reaction and the judges responded by awarding them first place in the competition.

Thanks to this award, NEBLINA released its first album titled "Otra Realidad" in 2007; this album was introduced at the House of Blues/Hollywood to acclaimed success.



During its nine-year career, NEBLINA has shared the stage with important rock personalities, such as B real of Cypress Hill, Slash, McQueen and Matt Sorum ex Guns and Roses, The Cult and Velvet Revolver; as well as sharing the stage with Latin American rock heavy weights like Molotov (2009, 2011), Enrique Bunbury (2010), Moderatto (2010) Lucybell (2009), and Bersuit (2006), Los Amigos Invisibles, Jumbo, Boombox, Montenegro, Ceci Batista, Pastilla and Auditivo.



One of the highlights of their career was a performance shared with The Master Javier Batiz, with whom they performed for two nights in the city of Santa Ana, CA, the first time in front of 50,000 people on a Cinco de Mayo (May 5th) celebration and the second time at the famous rock club The Whisky A Go-Go of Hollywood.

One of their most recent performances was at the Sunset Strip Music Fest, in which they had the honor of being the only Spanish speaking rock group selected to participate.

NEBLINA’s music was also welcomed in Mexico City stages of the Hard Rock Café, Doverman, Rock House in Toluca, a city to which they will return soon and where the band also stopped by the prominent radio program Grita Radio in 2008.

Residuo

Residuo cuenta ya con algunos años de batalla. El constante cambio de miembros es desgastante pero no suficientemente fuerte para detenernos. Hoy buscamos abrir caminos en diferentes terrenos. Con un estilo oblicuo y eclectico se busca solo una oportunidad de ser escuchados. Residuo cuenta con una voz que rompe el aire con intensidad pero luego lo derrite con dulzura. Saul, un baterista ya plantado en Residuo desde hace tiempo suele quebrar reglas e intentar nuevos golpes. En el bajo se para una figura pequeña pero fuerte a la hora de crear musica con notas secas pero y al punto. Miguel maneja la guitarra que se pierde entre sonidos que despiertan cualquier grillo. Residuo ah llegado a compartir escenarios con Bandas ya consagradas como MALDITA VECINDAD, BELANOVA, CAFE TACUBA, ZOE, AMIGOS INVISIBLES, ELY GUERRA, ATERCIOPELADOS y AUSTIN TV entre otros. Residuo busca abrir puertas en lugares como Nuestro querido Mexico y El area Metropolitana de Los Angeles. Esperamos contar con su apoyo y ojala les guste lo que escuchan....
Gracias y Hasta Pronto.

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Sunday, September 1 · Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM at Ventura Theater