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Cabezas de Cera

Cabezas de Cera

Cabezas de Cera


Cabezas de Cera (Wax Heads) is a contemporary music group, with a proposal characterized by the combination of not so conventional instruments (Chapman Stick, Wind Midi, electro acoustic drum and twelve-string guitar) and unique instruments created by the group's drummer (Charrofono, Jarana Prisma, Tambor kitai and Tricordio). This results in a unique, experimental and vanguardist music, both local and global, that balances acoustic and electronic sounds. Read more on Last.fm
Cabezas de Cera (Wax Heads) is a contemporary music group, with a proposal characterized by the combination of not so conventional instruments (Chapman Stick, Wind Midi, electro acoustic drum and twelve-string guitar) and unique instruments created by the group's drummer (Charrofono, Jarana Prisma, Tambor kitai and Tricordio). This results in a unique, experimental and vanguardist music, both local and global, that balances acoustic and electronic sounds. With more than 16 years at stage, Cabezas de Cera has a long standing reputation as one of the most iconic and avant-garde Mexican bands. They have recorded independently 7 discs and 2 DVDs and performed in forums and festivals from Europe, Asia, America and the Middle East. The sound project in the music of CDC is defined by the combination of an unconventional instrumentation and unique instruments created by the percussionist of the group.

This is what provides their unique, experimental and contemporary sound; at a time, a regional and universal sound which finds a balance between the acoustic and the electronic. 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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