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The Bruxo

by Tecuexe Band

Acousmatic ensemble with pre-hispanic instruments, old Mexican mariachi and avant-garde electronic, stories of Los Altos de Jalisco with contemporary resonance.
Genre: Electronic: Electronica
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1. The Entrance to the Altos
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2. Acahual with the Chia
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3. Stone Terraza
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4. The Bruxo
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5. Contredanse of Tepozán
4:23 album only
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6. Brick Ovens
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Tecuexe band (2016 - Jalisco, Mexico) is a project integrated by the Mariachi Antiguo de Acatic and Lumen lab, generated from intensive workshops where electronic music techniques and experiences of the musical heritage of the Altos de Jalisco were shared.

Mariachi Antiguo de Acatic (1993 - Acatic, Jalisco) is a multifaceted group that started with the inquietude of Professor Javier López to better know the musical bases of his region and rescue the traditions of his town. After a year of research, he manages to reunite some elders from extinct groups formerly known as "the musics" who wanted to highlight the differences between the Mariachi Alteño and the now commercialized modern Mariachi.

Lumen lab (2000 - Zapopan, Jalisco) is a project of sound experimentation and fusions of electronic music (noise, glitch, broken beat and hardcore) and the main face of the iconic Mexican label Abolipop Records. He has participated in multi-channel works for sound art and electroacoustic compositions, collaborating with filmmakers, choreographers, playwrights and visual artists in various projects that have been showcased in Germany, Austria, Brazil, Colombia, Spain, China and the United States. His material has been published by Aagoo Records, The Wire Magazine, and Mutek MX Festival. Individual and collective exhibits at Tansitio MX, Museums Quartier Vienna and Festival Mikromusik DAAD.

DIRECTION AND COMPOSITION
Diego Martínez Guillén and Javier López López.

MUSICIANS
Alma Cano, Cristina Cano, Melisa Cano, Lucero Casillas, Vanessa Casillas, Eric Delgadillo, Cihualpilli López, Xóchitl López y Alan Torres.

SOFTWARE
Max for Live Cycling 74 & Ableton, Transverb Destroy FX, Komplete Native Instruments, and MixBus.

HARDWARE
Electronic: NTG4+ RODE, KSM 27 / Beta 52-56 Shure, 1202 VLZ Pro Mackie, Moog Mother-32, Ms-2000 / KP3 Korg, H2n / H4n Zoom, Apple MacBook Pro, Focusrite Saffire PRO 14, Akai APC40, and UC33e Evolution.

Acoustic: Arp, snails, mud jugs, chirimía, comales, clay flutes, guitarrón of Górgoro, snare drums, rattles, bass drum (tambora), tejófono, vihuela, violin and Mexican pre-hispanic percussions (armadillo, turtle, huéhuetl, stones, and teponaztli).

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