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Renowned for their explosive onstage energy, Troker are a hard-groove band that blend jazz, rock, funk and hip hop with a uniquely Mexican attitude. Brewed in the land of Tequila and toured across the world, Troker’s music is a powerful expression of contemporary Mexico. Their performance according to international press is: “noisy, chaotic, sprawling, messy, and altogether wonderful”, All About Jazz. The sextet started working their fusion in 2004; today they have three LP and one EP, all physical distributed in Mexico and world wide through digital platforms as iTunes, Spotify and a lot more. With 9 international tours through Europe, North and South America; Troker it’s the only band that has performed twice in consecutive years at the West Holts Stage in Glastonbury Festival

Crimen Sonoro

Label: Intolerancia
Released: 2014
Track listing: Stranger; Príncipe Charro; Ingratitud; Femme Fatal; Tequila Death; Underworld; Arsenic Lips; El Loco; Claroscuro; Vengador.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Troker: Crimen Sonoro

Read "Crimen Sonoro" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

It's curious how the exact same things that attract one person to music will repel another. For example, I'm at my friend Mike's birthday party and we start talking about music we're listening to, and I bring up Crimen Sonoro, the new release by Troker, which my wife and I listened to in the car driving ...

ARTICLE: FROM THE INSIDE OUT

What a Wonderful World (of Music)

Read "What a Wonderful World (of Music)" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Wil Blades Field Notes Royal Potato Family 2014 It's good to know that no matter how many things change around us, there's still nothing that kicks out the jams like a good old school B-3 organ, guitar and drum trio. Wil Blades provides an excellent case study ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

TONICA 2013

Read "TONICA 2013" reviewed by Emilie Pons

TONICA Guada Expo Conference Guadalajara, MexicoAugust 1-11, 2013Jazz freaks exist everywhere, Mexico included. Although Guadalajara has no official jazz club, it does have TONICA, a not-for-profit organization and foundation that helps the local youth of and around Guadalajara, and promotes jazz music--or, more generally speaking, improvised music. TONICA, which is ...

Pueblo De Brujos

Label: Intolerancia Música S de R.L. de C.V.
Released: 2011

El Rey Del Camino

Label: Intolerancia Música S de R.L. de C.V.
Released: 2010

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Riviera Maya Jazz Festival: Day Four, November 28, 2010

Read "Riviera Maya Jazz Festival: Day Four, November 28, 2010" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 Riviera Maya Jazz FestivalPlaya del Carmen, MexicoNovember 25-28, 2010The first three days of the 2010 Riviera Maya Jazz Festival featured local and regional Mexican musicians--the Hiram Gomez band, Troker, and Aguamala--as their respective first acts. The Festival's final night, ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Riviera Maya Jazz Festival: Day Two, November 26, 2010

Read "Riviera Maya Jazz Festival: Day Two, November 26, 2010" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 Riviera Maya Jazz Festival Playa del Carmen, MexicoNovember 25-28, 2010 Painting in bold colors from different corners of the Latin American musical spectrum, guitarist Al Di Meola drew from his acclaimed, historic collaborations with Spanish guitarist Paco de ...

Jazz Vinil

Label: Intolerancia Música S de R.L. de C.V.
Released: 2007


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