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Mexican Dubwiser l Electric City
May 11, 2014  //  By:   //  Dance, Music  //  No Comment   //   683 Views

Mexican Dubwiser build a name for himself on International by producing remixes and DJing around the world year in and out. He hails from Monterrey, Mexico where he got his start in the 90’s working in then Control Machete’s studio, El Cuarto de Control. Today he is a Los Angeles resident and continues to tour as both a DJ and his band. His debut album, Revolution Radio introduced a timeless post futuristic sound. It was released on San Francisco’s indie label Kool Arrow Records.

The Mexican Dubwiser returns with a new album, “ELECTRIC CITY” and is  once again co-produced by Ulises Lozano and Mr.Tijerina himself. The album is packed with contemporary Latin music heavyweight like El Gran Silencio, Celso Piña, Pato Machete, Randy Ebright of Molotov, Serko Fuentes of Caballeros del Plan G Francisco Javier vocalists of Tropical Panama, Ulises Lozano of KINKY, as well some of the most respected artists in the underground sense from Los Angeles, CA and around the world.

ELECTRIC CITY’s first single is BAD BEHAVIOR a collaboration between Ulises Lozano , Billy Gould of Faith No More and Myron Glasper on vocals and is on it’s way to become a anthem.  Bad behavior is a up-tempo dance floor rocker build from radio play.   The record is a non-filler album jammed with many more singles and is probably one of the best 2014 iTunes album you can buy for $8.99.

 

 

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About the Author :

Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area and currently live in Simi Valley, CA. I've worked as on air talent in both English & Spanish radio, as well as formed part of Latin Marketing for major record labels. In recent years I have lead development artist campaigns.

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