A Filipino band playing "pleasing mixture of genres and everything in between." Kris Dancel, Ebe Dancel, Diego Mapa, Raimund Marasigan and Buddy Zabala complete the dynamic band Cambio. These 5 are no novices, each having their share of craft from their previous groups. Kris is part of a female group Fatal Posporos and Duster. Ebe is part of Sugarfree while Diego came from Monsterbot.
Raimund is part of Sandwich and Buddy is part of the legendary pinoy rock band, The Dawn Marasigan and Mapa are also in a band called "Pedicab". Together, they created a music only their own, a pleasing mixture of genres and everything in between. Cambio showcases different styles each of the members are good at, each of the tracks emanate each of their strongest influences. In a high-spirited performance during their album launch last June 19, Cambio's propulsive vibes stirred even the most nonchalant audience member to his feet. Indeed, Cambio sets a pace of their own that exhibits originality in its full essence. (An excerpt from an article found on the ABS-CBN website, http://www.abs-cbn.com/Entertainment/music-feat-cambio.aspx) Band Members: Kris Dancel-vocals/guitars Ebe Dancel-vocals/guitars Diego Mapa-vocals/synthesizers/guitars Raimund Marasigan-drums/vocals Buddy Zabala-bass The band is under EMI Philippines. ______________________________________________ 2.
A Swiss band performing Italian Rock. The band was founded in Zurich at the beginning of 2007 by Antonio Guida (lead singer and composer) and Guido Egger (guitar player). Cambio’s initial musical project was based on a few songs that Antonio composed to entertain friends with the guitar. After several auditions Lorenzo Weibel was chosen at the drums, Sal Nurrito to play bass guitar, and Nicola Curcio for a second electric guitar. Cambio started performing live in June 2007, hitting several stages in the Switzerland and Germany, with a good response from the audience. This positive feedback convinced the band to self-produce their first album, published on December 1st, 2007. At the beginning of 2008 Sal and Nicola decide to leave the band, and they are replaced by Michele Cumar at the bass and Luca Valentino playing guitar and keyboards.
The new formation became a united group of friends sharing a common passion for music. Euro 2008 football championships held Austria and Switzerland motivated the band to compose Gioco di Testa, a song dedicated to the Italian national team. The initiative received a good response from Swiss and German mass media. Tages-Anzeiger (http://www.tagesanzeiger.ch/dyn/news/zuerich/859801.html) and Südkurier (http://www.suedkurier.de/region/blitzmeldungen/hochrhein/waldshuttiengen/art3822,3240176) published articles about Cambio. At the same time DRS3 (one of the most popular Swiss radios: http://www.drs.ch/www/de/drs/10723.oid153005.html) aired Gioco di Testa nationwide, and the song is on the top chart of the swiss music portal mx3 (http://mx3.ch/artist/cambio). Radio Italy, american based online broadcaster, dedicates attention to Cambio by playing the song several times a day during Euro 2008, thrilling the band with a great emotion. The interest expressed by the media helped Cambio to be contacted by the city of Zurich to perform live in the fanzone of Euro 2008 for the delight of hundreds of fans. ______________________________________________ 3.
MC Change [CAMBIO] Para La Gente Emcee -- Quilombo Crew Cambio is a lyricst born and raised in California's Central Valley. Since then, he has lived in many parts of California; from San Diego to the Bay Area embodying west coast culture while staying connected to a global perspective. With a sound influenced by soul and funk, Cambio is an artist who can deliver a meaninful messsage to all audiences interested in good hip hop. Since 2003 Cambio has served as an emcee for Bay Area Band Live Hip Hop/funk band "Para La Gente". Para La Gente is composed of activist/artist and has been featured in a documentary aired on PBS about their work with youth and organizing through music. Fresh off his second summer tour opening for Mexico's 2008 independent album of the year winner Bocafloja, Cambio has continued to promote his first single "Who I Am" from the new album "Or Does It Explode?" shooting its first professional video in the small town of Watsonville CA showing and proving big city lyricism can come from small Latino communitys. Cambio has shared the ticket with The Pharcyde, Wu-Tangs; The GZA, Planet Asia, Living Legends Aesop, Crown City Rockers, Bocafloja, DJ DiscoWiz, Immortal Technique, Zion I, Afu-Ra, and Grammy award winning Ozomatli showing and proving he can perform with some of the worlds top independent artist. As the newest addition to Bocafloja's collective "Quilombo Arte", Cambio will take his music to a wider audience as he prepares for his 2009 winter release "Or Does It Explode?" featuring artist Joell Ortiz, Stic.Man of Dead Prez, Bocafloja (Mexico City), Hache ST (Dominican Republic), Lady Keys (Puerto Rico) and other Bay area artist.
Cambio continues to serve as the bridge bringing Latin American Artist, and Established Independent artist from the states to the same album for "Or Does It Explode?", an album influenced by the Langston Hughes poem "Dream Deferred". Be sure to check out his work at youtube.com/cambiomusic and myspace.com/mcchange. For booking contact; email@example.com ______________________________________________ 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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