La Santa Cecilia will perform live on acclaimed music show “Morning Becomes Eclectic” on October 9th, 2014, introducing their super hits and new song from their album “Someday New”. Jason Bentley hosts KCRW’s signature daily music program featuring new releases from emerging and established artists, underappreciated gems, live performances, and interviews.
The public radio station, based in LA, has achieved a worldwide following for their unique mix of content centered around music discovery, NPR news, cultural exploration and informed public affairs. Stream the live performance online at KCRW.com or through one of KCRW’s mobile apps.
La Santa Cecilia will be part of “SupersÃ³nico”, a Latin Alternative Festival debuting October 11th at The Shrine Expo Hall & Grounds in Downtown Los Angeles; sharing this scenario with Cafe Tacvba, Calle 13, Bostich + Fussible, Ana Tijoux, Bomba Estereo, Lizzo, Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra, La Vida Boheme, AJ Davila, Los Macaunos, Los Master Plus, Los Rakas, Kita Klane, Maria y Jose, Deorro, Ceci Bastida, Jungle Fire, La Santa Cecilia, Ritmo Machine (with special guests Sen Dog and Sick Jacken), Raul Campos, Anthony Valadez, Subsuelo and many more.
La Santa Cecilia group represent the epitome of our new bi-cultural generation—fully immersed in the modern music and art of the country they have called home from their youngest days, they’ve adventurously created a new sound that also pays homage to the rich traditions of their Mexican heritage. Fronted by the distinctively strong voice of “La Marisoul”, the often irreverent, but always artistically serious band is composed of accordionist and requintero JosÃ© “Pepe” Carlos, bass player Alex BendaÃ±a and percussionist Miguel “Oso” Ramirez. Their new album “Someday New” is a bilingual album featuring an eclectic style that combines different rhythms and genres. From NorteÃ±o and Bossa Nova to Soul and Rock, the album’s rich and diverse mix offers a broad experience that will please all kinds of music listeners.
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