3 Dudes & a Mullet
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3 Dudes & a Mullet

Mexico City, The Federal District, Mexico | SELF

Mexico City, The Federal District, Mexico | SELF
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"Nominado a los Premios IMAS 2011"

Nomidos en las categorías Artista Nuevo y Disco Folclore/Popular en los premios IMAS del 2011 - Revista Pitch


"Presentación del disco de 3 dudes and a mullet"

Light and Noise went to a beautiful terrace one night and they captured the magic of the Better Now, Always Yes launching concert. - Light and Noise


"3 dudes and a mullet"

Long time ago, this was an amazing interview.
Watch the magazine, pages 24 and 25 - Revista Marvin #70


"3 dudes and a mullet//Love Train"

One of the most important and distinguished mexican music blogs wrote about the band and their second, fan made, single of Better Now, Always Yes.
You can listen to it! - Me hace ruido


"3 dudes and a mullet"

Shuffle sessions received a wonderful concert of 3 dudes and a mullet in their studio, they wrote something about the band. - Shuffle sessions


"Ganador del concurso URock"

One of the most important magazines in Mexico, followed 3 dudes and a mullet when they won Universia contest. Leading them to a world contest. - Marvin


"Rocksponsable Fest con Zoe en la UAEM este 3 de Febrero"

Toluca, 10 000 people, 3 dudes and a mullet played in Toluca's university with one of the most important bands of rock of Mexico. - Rockeros.net


"3 dudes and a mullet"

3 dudes and a mullet support independent internet music channels, so they were invited to the anniversary of Rock Steady. - The Rock Steady


"Entrevista con 3 dudes and a mullet"

An interview with about the band, the origin, the present and the future. - Indio Tv


"Reseña de 3 dudes and a mullet en el Imperial"

Este jueves 28 de abril el Imperial abrió sus puertas a dos bandas cuyos sonidos propositivos dejaron con un muy buen sabor de boca a los que se dieron cita en el lugar.
Beat Buffet fue la primera banda que subió al escenario e inmediatamente se armó la fiesta, su música (una mezcla entre electrónica, funk y hip hop) puso a bailar a todos! Y cómo no, si los integrantes de la banda no dejaron de brincar en el escenario y de transmitir una gran energía que fácilmente se contagiaba. Entre las piezas musicales que tocaron se pueden contar: Beat Buffet, Luz verde, Muévete en la pista, Lentes de sol, Esto es lo que te traje, Sólo nos queda esto, Tú y yo, Reggaeton en la kitchen, Conga (btbftremix), James Brown -Get Up (btbftrmx y por ultimo el encore que realizaron para los músicos de josé: Sesiones de azotea (btbft remix).
Para nuestros lectores que no conocían la banda, los invitamos a que revisen su trabajo en http://www.myspace.com/btbft y se darán cuenta de la gran propuesta musical que traen.
Pues bien, pasada la media noche: Fish, Miots, Poni y Bueno, integrantes del proyecto musical bajo el nombre de 3 dudes and a mullet arribaron al escenario y al instante fueron ovacionados por todas las fans que les esperaban.
La primera canción que interpretaron fue Gummo y de inmediato se dejó escuchar la particular mezcla entre el indie y el folk que les caracteriza. La gente coreaba sus canciones y ellos respondían al entusiasmo de sus seguidores dedicando cada una de las piezas a alguna persona en especial de los ahí presentes.
Su presentación continuó en el siguiente orden: Marcus, Love train, Rollercoaster love, half ton son, sloth my friend, age of hysteria, rocky dennis poem, 19 minus 17, Express Photo, true peruvian y finalizó con show me the way. Acá la página para que revisen su trabajo: www.myspace.com/3dudesandamullet
Sin duda una muy buena noche de contraste musical la que se vivió ayer en el Imperial. - Radio Analogo


"3 dudes and a mullet"

Esta banda originaria del D.F. nos recuerda mucho un sonido muy clásico, británico, de amplificadores de vulbos, medio melancólico, suave y relajante. Esta banda se formó con la intención de ganar un concurso escolar, ahora quieren ganarse al público con su música. Les recomendamos mucho escuchar "Love Train" - Contenido Neto


"livetv- 3 dudes and a mullet"

3 dudes and a mullet LIVE! - Light and Noise


Discography

Analytical Geometry (a.k.a Geometrical Mixtape) - 2008 (EP)

We did not lose...we just didn't win - 2009 (EP, unreleased)

Rollercoaster Love - 2010 (Single)

Better now, Always Yes... - 2010 (LP)

Changing my Life (True Peruvian) - 2011 (Single)

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Bio

3 Dudes & a Mullet's beginning goes back about 5 years, when Fish (lead vocals, guitar and ukulele), Miots (bass, violin percussion, clavichord, oboe), Poni (everything Miots doesn’t want to play) and Bueno (drums and percussion), decided to team up to play their favorite cartoon show themes, such as: Alf, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Thundercats, G-Force, Silverhawks…which they consider to be master pieces, and were unable to find on Napster or anywhere else.

Inspired by characters such as Mr. Miyagi or the Goonies, their first gig was in a school festival and, still nameless, right before stepping on stage they figured it’d be logical to be presented as 3 Dudes & a Mullet, thereby honoring the superb mullet Fish was sporting (they were, however, presented as “3 dudes and a mule”).

In 2008, they ended up winning third place in the “Vive Cuervo & Roll” band contest, and they released "Analytical Geometry" ; a short EP featuring hip hop, rap beats, electronic sequences, 80's pop and rock.

By 2009, they teamed up with Maurizio Terracina and Bonzz, from Hello Seahorse! to record and produce "We did not lose…we just didn’t win", an EP that due to personal reasons never saw daylight.

In 2010 they participated in another band contest by Universia, this time winning first place.

Throughout all these years, the band has had a considerable music style and influences evolution; their music is now more folk/country driven still with a hint of pop.
Their debut album "Better now, Always yes", released in early 2011, is an entirely self-produced example of this new sound. The album consists of twelve original tracks, recorded and mixed by 3 Dudes & a Mullet, and mastered by Andrés Azpiri.