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Catupecu Machu

Catupecu Machu is an Argentine rock band, usually classified as within Rock en Espanol. Its current band members are Fernando Ruiz Diaz in voices and guitar; Gabriel Ruiz Diaz in bass guitar, special effects, samplers, voices and production; Javier "Il Grosso" Herrlein in drums and accordion; and Macabre (Martin Gonzalez) in keyboards and samplers.

During 2003, for the fourth time, the band played their regular concerts with Surround Sound 5.1," in which the whole audio system is strategically positioned around the venue. This created a unique experience for the public. Catupecu Machu was the first band in the world to use this system in concerts.

In August 2005, the band participated in the LAMC (Latin Alternative Music Conference) hosted in New York, being one of the main bands. Followed by performances in New York with a spectacular concert which showed that Catupecu Machu was a band with a major international potential. After this trip, MTV produced the Diary of Catupecu Machu," showed in different countries across Latin America. In November 2005 Catupecu Machu was nominated for Best Rock Group and Best Artist of the South in the MTV Video Music Awards Latin America.

Related websites

Catupecu Machu Official Web Site

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