Hello. We are scheduled to play our only gig in 2015 Friday June the 12th after the Teatro de la Commedia show at La Tertulia en Mi Tierra at Calle Manuel Pirallo #5, Mayaguez, PR 00680. The comedians start at 9 pm. We start at 11 pm. Our buddies in Matotumba got us the gig and will do a special appearance. So come over and join us.
Archive for the '.:d35c0jón+ur84n0:.' Category
Good news everyone! New Descojón Urbano and O.P.A.L. releases are out for your downloading needs. Descojón Urbano released La Dolce Vita EP and O.P.A.L. released the Sopor EP. They’re free to download at Bandcamp, Last.fm and Archive.org.
Hi. Uploaded a new Descojón Urbano track, as well as a recent O.P.A.L. track to the music section of the site. Also updated the existing music links for the Música Casual and the Antartica sections as well. I’m tempted to keep working on these sections so they can show the Rojo y Negro discography. Also gonna work on updating the Bandcamp, Archive.org and Last.fm listings so they’re all properly synced and you have choices to get your musical jollies.
Two brand new EP’s are in the pipeline and hopefully will be ready before 2011 leaves its sorry ass. O.P.A.L.’s “Sopor” EP and Descojón Urbano’s “La Dolce Vita”EP. O.P.A.L.’s are brand new tracks and expands on the “All Good People Are Asleep And Dreaming” EP an Descojón Urbano’s will hopefully feature a mix of both brand new material and re-worked and re-recorded tunes. The new material will deal with those lovely characters who’ve been having fun with the global economy for the last 20 years. You are warned. You can get an idea of the shape of things to come checking out their respective pages on the music section.
So thanks for stopping by and hopefully reading this and downloading the stuff. It’s free for the taking, so might as well do it. As always, your comments and suggestions are welcome.
To celebrate Zombie Apocalypse Day, the kind folks at Puerto Rico Indie asked me to give my humble opinion of some songs that could provide the soundtrack for a zombie apocalypse and include my choices at well. I was more than happy to oblige and you can read the results here. Check it out and forward to any interested parties. Thanks!
We’re pleased to announce that Mr. Tom Lugo, head honcho of Isabela’s much missed Arnold Layne and now the mind behind Philadelphia based Stellarscope and Patetico Recordings, asked us to join his label. Of course, we said yeah and links to our music are in their nifty site. Check the site, Stellarscope and the other bands in the roster. Now Tom, where’s the free food at?