“The first time we came to Australia it literally a life-changing event for all of us…”
Mariachi El Bronx
They’re not horsing around.
“I’m ready to scream my face off and talk some shit…”
Oh and it’s being held in an actual mansion…nbd.
Mariachi El Bronx, the alter ego of LA hardcore punk outfit The Bronx, are headed to Australia this April for Bluesfest. They’re doing a few sideshows too, for those who can’t make it to Byron. We wouldn’t want anybody to miss out on seeing these guys live so we’re giving you the chance to win
Mariachi El Bronx, the charro-suited reincarnation of LA punks The Bronx, know that authentic mariachi music needs authentic mariachi instruments. The latest installment of the group’s Sonos Studio mini-series sees them buttering up their beloved LA guitar maker with some sweet, sweet music. Mariachi El Bronx’s behind-the-scenes video (below) captures their day at Candelas Guitars,
Ahead of their third self-titled album, and with a 2015 Australian tour all booked, Mariachi El Bronx‘s main amigo Matt Caughthran caught up with Music Feeds’ Mike Hohnen to talk about new record Mariachi El Bronx III. Caughthran seems calm, speaking in a relaxed tone although Mariachi El Bronx III is only days away from
Mariachi El Bronx, the Charro-suited alter ego of LA hardcore punk outfit The Bronx, have announced three Bluesfest 2015 sideshows for fans in Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne. The band will bring tunes from their forthcoming album Mariachi El Bronx (III) to punters with intimate shows next April. Mariachi El Bronx last toured Australia as part
Hardcore greats The Bronx have announced that they will be breaking off from their recent run of mariachi albums under the guise of Mariachi El Bronx. Come February 8th (Australia and New Zealand), the band will be releasing their first release since 2008. There aren’t a whole lot of details out there about the release,
Mariachi El Bronx, also known as ‘that punk band that started releasing Mariachi records’, are coming to Australia with the 2012 Big Day Out festival.
Hardcore punk rock gets all gringo sexy with Latino flavours and songs about pretty señoritas and love. This record shows a new depth in their songwriting and arrangements for the members of The Bronx. The instrumentation, traditional mariachi instruments such as Vihuela, Jarana, Requinto Jarocho open the group to more complex arrangements and sounds. Vocally