The project fuses electronic beats with a Mexican flavor. At Guadalupe Valley Festival they delivered a very powerful and energetic performance. There is no doubt that Demián Gálvez and Dj Rayo, leaders of the band, found the perfect formula to share a lot of experimentation and electro on the dance floors.
The Californian couple integrated by Lindsey Troy and Julie Edwards drove from Los Angeles, California, to El Valle de Guadalupe and met an audience that was waiting for their surprising performance. Their show was based on strident rock and garage riff. They couldn't have been any better.
Charlyn Marie Marshall, better known as Cat Power, delivered pure poetry on stage. She performed for over an hour and her songs from her entire discography were accompanied by her piano and guitar, creating an atmosphere similar to the warm evening that approached.
Mi Banda el Mexicano ft. Rubén Albarrán from Café Tacvba
All the way from Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Don Casimiro Zamudio and Mi Banda el Mexicano gave some Mexican spice to the night. They surprised the public when Rubén Albarrán, leader of Café Tacvba joined them to interpret some of their best hits in a very particular way.
The experienced DJ Mexican producer, part of the German record label Bunny Tiger and CommonSense Records, played a set full of deep house and nudisco, with new wave passages. His act was faithful to his European electronic influences and his beloved synthpop.