Jenny And The Mexicats kommen mit dem neuen Album "Fiesta Ancestral" im Herbst 2019 zum dritten Mal nach Deutschland, um ihre hiesige, stetig wachsende Fangemeinde erneut zu beglücken. Festival-Auftritte im Sommer und zahlreiche Konzerte in den USA, Latein Amerika und Spanien haben noch mehr Anhänger der (Alternative) Latin Music auf sie aufmerksam gemacht. Die Konzerthallen und Festival-Bühnen werden dabei stetig größer, denn mit ihrer einzigartigen Mischung aus (Alternative) Latin, Cumbua, Falemco, Jazz, Reggae, Rockabilly und Pop machen sie jedes Konzert zur Tanzparty. Das neue Album bietet dabei eine Erweiterung des bisherigen Mexicats-Sounds, was auch an der Zusammenarbeit mit befreundeten Künstlern liegt. Der Album Titel weist schon auf die Verknüpfung des Traditionellen mit modernen Elementen hin. Im Bereich des Traditionellen siedeln sich Songs wie "La Cumbia del Vino" und das Selena-Cover "Si una Vez" an. Neue Einflüsse sind in Songs wie "Sonido De Tu Voz" (Prince-artige Grooves und coole Vocals), "La Oportunidad" (der Bass!), "Ancestral" (Jenny rappt und der Song könnte aus einem Soundtrack stammen) sowie "Correr" (hat was von den B52's) zu hören. Und natürlich in den Künstler-Kooperationen mit Spaniens großartiger Alternative Rockband Nr. 1, Vetusta Morla, bei der Vorab-Single "El Télon" und dem Titel "Bailando con las Farolas" mit dem populären spanischen Singer-Songwriter El Kanka. Beide Kooperationen haben der Band unter den Spaniern in aller Welt viel zusätzlich Aufmerksamkeit und Popularität verschafft.
A bassline is the term used in many styles of popular music, such as jazz, blues, funk, dub and electronic music for the low-pitched instrumental part or line played by a rhythm section instrument such as the electric bass, double bass or keyboard. Basslines in popular music often use "riffs" or "grooves", which are usually simple, appealing musical motifs or phrases that are repeated, with variation, throughout the song. Bassline riffs usually emphasize the chord tones of each chord which helps to define a song's key. At the same time, basslines work along with the drum part and the other rhythm instruments to create a clear rhythmic pulse. The type of rhythmic pulse used in basslines varies widely in different types of music. In swing jazz and jump blues, basslines are often created from a continuous sequence of quarter notes in a mostly scalar, stepwise part called a "walking bass line." In latin, salsa music, jazz fusion, reggae, electronica, and some types of rock and metal, basslines may be very rhythmically complex and syncopated. In bluegrass and traditional country music, basslines often emphasize the root and fifth of each chord
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Palm Desert Scene is a group of closely related bands and musicians from Palm Desert in Southern California. Their hard rock sound ? which is often described as desert rock ? contains elements of psychedelia, Latin American music, blues, metal and other genres, as well as distinctive repetitive drum beats, typically performed with electric guitar, bass guitar and a drum kit. The musicians often play in multiple bands simultaneously, and there is a high rate of collaboration between bands. The Palm Desert Scene is also notable for producing stoner rock pioneers Kyuss. The term "stoner rock" is sometimes used interchangeably with "desert rock." However, not all Palm Desert scene bands are "stoner rock."
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Paul Hanson is an American jazz bassoonist, saxophonist, and duduk player.He received a bachelor of music degree from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music as a student of San Francisco Symphony Orchestra principal bassoonist Stephen Paulson. He has performed with Béla Fleck and the Flecktones, the Paul Dresher Ensemble, Wayne Shorter, Dewey Redman, Billy Higgins, Bob Moses, and numerous other groups. In 2005 and 2006 he toured Latin America with Cirque du Soleil's show Saltimbanco. He has also toured the United States, Europe, and Japan with artists such as the Swedish bass guitarist Jonas Hellborg, guitarist Joel Harrison, The Klezmorim, Peter Apfelbaum and the Hieroglyphics Ensemble, the American composer Terry Riley, Afro-pop band Kotoja, and 1980s crooner Eddie Money (as a saxophonist).
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Ozomatli is a seven to ten piece band playing primarily Latin, hip hop, and rock music, formed in 1995 in Los Angeles. They are known both for their vocal activist viewpoints and their wide array of musical styles - including salsa, jazz, funk, reggae, and others. Ozomatli take their name from the Nahuatl word for the Aztec astrological symbol of the monkey, which is also a god of dance, fire, the new harvest, and music. The band has experienced many member changes, having had as many as ten members, and as few as seven. There are a core of six members who have been featured in all of its lineups: Asdru Sierra (lead vocals, trumpet), Raul Pacheco (lead vocals, guitar, tres, jarana), Justin Poree (rap vocals, percussion), Wil-dog Abers (bass, backing vocals), Jiro Yamaguchi (tabla, percussion, backing vocals) and Ulises Bella (sax, clarinet, requinto jarocho, keyboards, backing vocals).
Café Tacuba is a Grammy Award and Latin Grammy Award-winning band from Naucalpan, Mexico. They were founded in 1989, and since then have had the same musical lineup: Rubén Isaac "Ribaac" Albarrán Ortega: (vocals, guitar), Emmanuel "Meme" del Real Díaz: (keyboards, acoustic guitar, piano, programming, vocals, melodion), José Alfredo "Joselo" Rangel Arroyo: (electric guitar, acoustic guitar, vocals), Enrique 'Quique' Rangel Arroyo: (bass guitar, electric upright bass, vocals). Mexican folk music player Alejandro Flores is considered the 5th tacuba, as he has played the violin in almost every Café Tacuba concert since 1994. Since the Cuatro Caminos World Tour, Luis "El Children" Ledezma has played the drums in every concert but is not considered an official member of the band.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Pacha Massive (from Pachamama' meaning "Mother Earth"), is a creative collaboration between Dominican-born Nova (keys/guitar /writer/producer) and Colombian-born Maya (writer/bass). The band, from the Bronx, New York City, was Nacional Records' first U.S.-based signing. Their music is a funky bilingual fusion of traditional Latin rhythms] like Colombian cumbia, Dominican palo, reggae, dancehall, dub and electronica.
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