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Sergio Arau is one of the most iconic personalities in Mexican Rock en Español. He was one of the founding members of the eighties seminal band “Botellita de Jerez” and has released 3 albums as a solo artist. Simultaneously, his talents go beyond music and has directed music videos, animations, and movies. He is best... Read More
Rusty Eye – Saca El Cobre – (9/10) by: Jonathan Smith Rusty Eye has never had a problem showing people exactly who they are. In fact, it’s quite difficult to get more honest and in your face than what this band of ruggedly independent thinkers tends to put forth in both the studio and the... Read More
Hollywood’s horror-themed Metal trio Rusty Eye has just released a commercial for Los Angeles County’s Metro. Rusty Eye is featured promoting Nextrip, which allows users to get real-time bus and train arrival information on GPS-enabled smart phones or computers. Rusty Eye wrote and recorded the music specifically for the commercial. Metro LA’s new Music Videos... Read More
Rusty Eye are a band in transition, with this being a parting album for female drummer Miss Randall, who also shares vocal duties. “Saca el Cobre”, or to give it its English name “Bring Out The Copper”, is a homage to Mexican metal. These Hollywood residents give us their take on eight tracks that range... Read More
Rusty Eye “Mamá” [Amantes de Lola cover] Album: Saca el Cobre (2014) A production by Raubtier Director: Alejandro Ordoñez Producers: Alejandro Ordoñez y Gabriel Govela Photography Director: Fito Pardo, AMC. Line Producer: Roberto Jimenez Shot in La Colonia Roma, Mexico City. Mexico. 03/09/2014
Rusty Eye “Las Persianas” [Cafe Tacuba cover] Album: Saca el Cobre (2014) A production by Spiderland Director: Gabriel Govela Producers: Alejandro Ordoñez y Gabriel Govela Photography Director: Fito Pardo, AMC. Line Producer: Roberto Jimenez Shot in La Colonia Roma, Mexico City. Mexico. 03/09/2014 Thanks to: Pablo Güisa Koestinger, Memo Clemente, Gabriel Pacheco y toda la... Read More