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FelipeBoorkes





#21 | Posted: 04/10/2019 17:08 | Post subject: Reply with quote
Skinny wrote:
does cypress hill count


Hahaha, some parts of California may be an extension of Mexico, but for this purpose, it won't count as Mexican music.

Still, we have Mexican hip-hop. I don't know much about hip-hop nowdays (I've heard some songs from a guy called Alemán, and Cartel de Santa is a huge act), but the most successful band when I was younger was Control Machete, and they had collaborations with Cypress Hill.

So start with their debut album, Mucho Barato. I leave you with the most cypresshillian song of the band:


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#22 | Posted: 04/13/2019 18:22 | Post subject: Reply with quote
Skinny wrote:
does cypress hill count

They do have an album in spanish language tho, but is not very good.


My favorites by far are Natalia Lafourcade and Café Tacuba.


I want to recommend some albums too, so here are some favorites that don't get discussed very often:

Ofrenda Al Mictlán by Juan Cirerol
Singer/songwriter who delves on corridos and country. Quite passionate. He gets lots of comparisons to Johnny Cash.
Listen to La Banqueta.



Méjico Máxico by Instituto Mexicano Del Sonido
Electronic, sample-based. Like (a less crazy) Avalanches. I you like this go to Nortec Collective next.
Listen to Drume Negrita.



Revés/Yo Soy by Café Tacuba
2 Hours, the first one almost completely instrumental. It gets compared to Kid A often, for the jump from an alternative rock sound to an experimental/electronic one. It's not easy to find, since it didn't sell well on release.
Listen to Guerra.



Metalmúsica / Aleaciones Aleatorias by Cabezas De Cera
Also 2 hours and leaning towards less accesible sounds (progressive and improvisational). It gets overlooked in favour of their self-titled, which is also great.
Listen to Nocturno Incandescente.



Hu Hu Hu by Natalia Lafourcade
I've come to find this album fantastic, but I like this art pop/indie pop phase of her career the most. So delicate. A few of the songs are in english, like Look Outside.
Listen to Cursis Melodías.
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