Tag: Le Butcherettes

Chicano Batman Announce New Album & Tour

Chicano Batman is the groovy funk band from L.A. that seems like the chistoso tíos that you want at every party and this week they released their new single “Color my life” and announced their latest album, Invisible People, will be out May 1st via ATO Records.

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Le Butcherettes Release El Paso Recorded Music Video, Join Chicano Batman On Tour

Le Butcherettes shared the music video for “DON’T BLEED YOU’RE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE FOREST,” a track from their latest EP DON’T BLEED. The video was filmed in downtown El Paso, TX. The video comes with news of tour dates with Chicano Batman who will be touring their new album that comes out in May.

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Le Butcherettes EP ‘DON’T BLEED’ Album Review

Teri Gender Bender bends gender and genre alike in this new EP, DON’T BLEED, out now via Rise Records. This EP is a fitting Valentine’s Day release, have strong motifs of love aimed in various directions carried by the most unique blends of sounds that Le Butcherettes have incorporated to date but still carrying those garage punk rock riffs you expect from this band.

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Best Albums of 2019

2019 is officially in the books and Con Safos Magazine enters its third year. With interviews and coverage of artists around the globe without borders, we thought it was time Con Safos made its first “Best of” list, and one that showed our music taste and focus on giving artists of every nation, genre, style, and sound some time in the spotlight.

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‘Una Comunidad de Mujeres Chingonas,’ An Interview with Teri Gender Bender

Le Butcherettes are no longer the small and rambunctious band from Guadalajara and El Paso opening up for the Deftones or the Mars Volta. Now they’re the ones headlining a world tour and featuring superstar artists like Mon Laferte  and Alice Bag on their album.

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