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Showcasing independent music, art, and artisans.
Indie-Rock Latin America is an event full blended genres and a love for an always evolving Latino culture.

Saturday March 12th @ RBC
8:00pm // Pre-sale $10 // At the door $15

 

 

MUSIC ACTS

Los Nastys 
A raw punk, garage band from Madrid, Spain.

 

Miss Garrison
Electronic post-rock band from Santiago de Chile

 

MAYTA
Dallas based rock latin grooves band.

 

Making Movies
A bilingual, Afro-Latino, psychedelic re-envision of the Latin American “Son”.

 

Artists

Cesar Llamas
Contemporary artist living in Dallas, Texas.

 

Arielle Gaskill
Unfinished stories, fragments of lives that have been diminished by love

Vendors

The Wild Detectives
Serious Pleasures.

 

Artigianale

Handmade leather purses and cool stuff from little villages

 

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Music Videos

Los Nastys (Spain)

Los Nastys is a raw punk, garage band from Madrid, Spain. They’ve been touring around Portugal, Mexico, Central America, and have shared the stage with their good friends: AJ Davila. Los Nastys performed big festivals such as Marvin, Ceremonia, among others. 

 

Miss Garrison (Chile)

Miss Garrison is an electronic post-rock band from Santiago de Chile. Their sound is a seamless fusion of crunching electric guitars and pulsing, almost breathe-like synthesizers. The band will be touring Mexico and the US on March 2016 while recording their full-length album.

 

MAYTA (Dallas, TX)

MAYTA is a blend of Latin American culture expressed in musical patterns.
From Mexico to Perú to all the Cosmic Race. Mayta is heavy-based on Rock n’ Roll while adding Latin groove to their music. Nominated and awarded the “Best Latin Act” of the Dallas Observer Music Awards in 2013.

 

Making Movies (Kansas City)

Making Movies is an American band based out of Kansas City, Missouri. Built upon a heavy foundation of Afro-Latino rhythms, they have created a bilingual, psychedelic re-envisioning of the Latin American “Son”.