Coming out of Guadalajara five years ago, Technicolor Fabrics is slowly becoming one electronic/pop/rock/alternative mash-up genre’s most recognizable bands in Latin America.
Crafting Phoenix motivated rhythms with U2 influenced delay effects and dance drum beats, Frequency dates from the band’s first album Run… The Sun Is Burning All Your Hopes. Now, after playing alongside bands like Phoenix itself, VHs Or Beta, Passion Pit, Modest Mouse, several national festivals and around the continent, Technicolor Fabrics are promoting their second album Ideas, with songs in Spanish and more elaborated electro/rock anthems.
Dan Salazar, Joaquín Martinez Negrete, Raúl Cabrera, Abraham López and Juan Pablo L. Corcuera are touring the United States and have a slot on this year’s Corona Capital Festival line-up, which includes The Black Keys and New Order on the bill.
If you are into this kind of music, check out some of their bilingual work at http://www.soundcloud.com/technicolorfabrics
Jorge A. López Mendicuti | Senior Writer