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Biztec

Biztec

Biztec


Formed in the year 2000 in Aguascalientes city, Mexico, one of the smallest towns in this country by guitarist/singer Juan Pablo Castañeda “JP”, drummer Alfonso Acevedo “Poncho”, guitarist Pedro Jesús López “Pichu” and bassist Giovanny Figueroa “Giobass” (recently replaced by Surfucks/Hein member Juan Corona “Little John”). Trying to sound as themselves and singing in Spanish language, BIZTEC mixes early punk and psychedelia highly influenced by 90’s indie bands Read more on Last.fm
Formed in the year 2000 in Aguascalientes city, Mexico, one of the smallest towns in this country by guitarist/singer Juan Pablo Castañeda “JP”, drummer Alfonso Acevedo “Poncho”, guitarist Pedro Jesús López “Pichu” and bassist Giovanny Figueroa “Giobass” (recently replaced by Surfucks/Hein member Juan Corona “Little John”). Trying to sound as themselves and singing in Spanish language, BIZTEC mixes early punk and psychedelia highly influenced by 90’s indie bands, as they reflected in their first album name “Estudiantes de la Escuela del Ruido” (Noise’s School Students) which were produced and promoted by themselves in their own-self catalogue label Discos Sauna. “Estudiantes de la Escuela del Ruido” were recorded at Mexico City and were co-produced by Javier Baca “Javo” and Gerardo Pérez- Rocha “Gerry” and were mastered by Liquits bassist Edi Kistler who also plays banjo in one of the tracks. Other collaborations in this album included Güili Damage (Los Esquizitos, Lost Acapulco, Flanger Garden) and Tammy (Six Million Dollar Weirdo, Frenetixxx). BIZTEC also appears in many compilations, to mention some “El que la hace la grita” (EPIC/Sony Music México 2004), “Recítame un poema mejicano, un bonito homenaje al indy pop español” (Pop Robot Corp 2008) in which they make a cover of spanish band Beef, and coming soon tribute album to mexican post-punk band Size. BIZTEC has shared the stage with bands like Café Tacuba, Liquits, Austin TV, Babasónicos, Ultrasónicas, Clorox Girls, Jessy Bulbo, Nos Llamamos, Jumbo, Los Fancy Free, etc. The name BIZTEC (means something like “beefsteak” with a Z) was inspired by an early MTV animated promo in which a pair of steaks meets, dances and have sex to finally die cooked up. At this time they’re working in a more indie pop-psychedelic oriented second album in Leon, Guanajuato city. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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