Though their music has been sold and traded on the black market at nearly an epidemic rate, heavily taking away from the groups album sales, Mexico Citys ultra-popular Panteón Rococó hasnt let that impede their global trekkingnor quiet their passionate political voice. Currently on their Ejercito de Paz Tour, a solid four-month endeavor, Panteón Rococó has a decade-plus worth of upbeat, Latin-infused rock, reggae and ska to share with the world. But losing steam doesnt seem to be an impending issueits their kind of progressive, positive roots-foundation power that keeps them going.
Wed., Aug. 25, 7 p.m., 2010
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