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True to the Avanzada Regia movement—born in the late ‘90s in their native Monterrey, Mexico—Kinky are fearlessly experimental. The electro-funk-rock quintet’s 2002 debut is nothing short of a delightfully schizophrenic jam session. The common thread: relentless rhythm. “Mas” is propelled by a monster bass, “Sol (Batucada)” whips up a carnival-esque samba groove, and “Cornman” playfully mashes together norteño accordion, a mambo piano line, conga drums, disco synths, and electric guitar. In between, there’s hardly an idle moment.

Customer Reviews

Filled with latin spice.... amazing album ! ! !

I may be late, but i'm glad i've finally discovered these guys. Honestly, you can feel the passion that the music has, and for this to be their debut is incredible. It's a little dissapointing why they're not known by many. Give this band a chance, and get this album...


This band is on lbp


That song is on little big plant 


Formed: 1998 in Monterrey, Mexico

Genre: Rock y Alternativo

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Known for their energetic live shows as much as their recordings, Kinky are a Latin alternative group that draws from funk-rock as well as electronic dance music, resulting in a unique hybrid that has garnered them an international following. The five-piece band from Monterrey, Mexico, first came together in 2000 as a trio comprised of vocalist/guitarist Gilberto Cerezo, keyboardist/programmer Ulises Lozano, and guitarist Carlos Chairez. Drummer Omar Gongora and bassist Cesar Pliego joined shortly...
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