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Thursday, July 23, 2015

10 Things You Have To Do This Weekend

Posted By on Thu, Jul 23, 2015 at 7:27 PM

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María y José

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A powerful presence in the wild Mexican hybrid genre called Ruidoson (literally “noise song”), María y José, the stage moniker of Jalisco, Mexico-born Tony Gallardo, brings a unique combination of reggaeton, tribal and electro-cumbia to Hi-Tones this Sunday. Surprisingly organic for electronic music, Gallardo’s sound is kinetic and raw, his aural collages expressive of tropical settings, traditional Jalisco music, sweaty all-night clubs and, on a darker note, the dystopian labyrinth of drug-war violence. Gallardo is joined on the rad bill by fellow sonic/cultural-collagist Chico Ye and local outré cumbia duo Nag Champa. $3, 9pm-2am, Hi-Tones, 621 E Dewey, (210) 573-6220,— JC

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