In a quaint and calm simple little house in the lower valley of El Paso, you will find a group of eclectic rockers hanging out; lead vocalist Joel Chavez will be playing with his dog and the Pilots of Venus’ unofficial mascot, Buzz Aldrin. The setting for their lives plays so perfectly into the creation of their music as it gives you a sense of nostalgia, makes you want to dance, makes you feel reflective if not hopeful and happy.
Talking about empowering oneself, fighting for one’s rights and defending one’s community, Frontera Bugalú’s songs bring a commentary of how it actually is to live in the U.S.-Mexican border. The band brings an upbeat sound reflective of the El Paso and Juárez scene, along with lyrics that speak to the listener about their roots and the base of their culture.
The young El Paso band had their album release party in front of their hometown fans at the Lowbrow Palace on Saturday February 17.
The newest El Paso band, Fallex, is set for their debut album release party at the Lowbrow Palace. Their album Space was partially recorded in at Sonic Ranch and at Victoria Records in Monterrey, Mexico.