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Invisible Robots

Invisible Robots

Invisible Robots


In the summer of 2003, Southern California native, Cesar Cardoza, started making music. He has steadily gained a following since his debut performance at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD). His early experimental sounds placed him alongside IDM & breakcore artists, at a variety of obscure venues. He has appeared on Hollywood's Killradio, and performed to a welcoming audience right off of Universal Studio's City Walk. In the years that followed Read more on Last.fm
In the summer of 2003, Southern California native, Cesar Cardoza, started making music. He has steadily gained a following since his debut performance at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD). His early experimental sounds placed him alongside IDM & breakcore artists, at a variety of obscure venues. He has appeared on Hollywood's Killradio, and performed to a welcoming audience right off of Universal Studio's City Walk.

In the years that followed, he developed his abilities as a writer/producer, and continued to perform to medium sized crowds, gaining massive applause at the end of each and every show. Invisible Robots represents a unique creative edge that has been called "A raw reality with playfulness". His music and live performance captures the colorful imagination of a child, mixed with the agression of everyday living. Featuring an above average stage show filled with costumed characters, and visual multimedia.

His lyrics are emotionally charged , and innovative. Capturing audiences by digging deep into topics of relationships, and depression. www.myspace.com/invisiblerobots 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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