El Marauder
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El Marauder

Modesto, California, United States | INDIE

Modesto, California, United States | INDIE
Band Rock Latin


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"El Marauder Entertains at Sacramento State"

El Marauder Entertains at Sacramento State
by Stephen Gillis, published on May 5, 2010 at 9:17PM
Storyline: Sacramento Concerts RSS Feed
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Latin alternative rock band El Marauder capped off the Spring 2010 lineup of California State University, Sacramento, Unique's weekly Wednesday Nooner concert series with an impressive and energetic performance.

The Modesto-based five-piece band showed off its musical talent, utilizing guitar solos and driving drums to sound like a Latin-and-punk-influenced Foo Fighters. El Marauder wasn't afraid to mix it up either, throwing in some reggae as well as a longer experimental song to end their one-hour set, which featured songs in both English and Spanish.

El Marauder played on the outdoor Serna Plaza stage and drew a crowd of around 50. The band members were clearly having a good time, constantly rocking out by jumping and hopping around the stage while dancing to the rhythm.

Many students enjoyed their lunch while watching the band, and the music drew in some students just walking by. Despite a smaller turnout than other Wednesday Nooner concerts, the group tried to interact with the crowd by asking them to sing along or wave their hands in the air and got many audience members to participate.

"They were really energetic, which was awesome," said Kyle Marks, an employee in the University Union's graphic design department. "Even though there weren't a lot of people there, the band acted like it was packed, which made it more fun."

"They sounded good," said Sarah Liu, a student from Taiwan. Liu said she usually leaves the Nooners after a few minutes, but she liked El Marauder so much she stayed the whole time.

"I liked that they tried to make a connection with the audience even though there weren't many people there," she added.

The people who were there were treated to a great show put on by a talented band, ending the semester's Nooner concert series with excitement.

You can find out more about El Marauder on Facebook or MySpace. The band is scheduled to play at the House of Blues in Los Angeles May 20.
- Scramento Press

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Razed by Fire EP (2010)
Aca Entre Nos (single/cover)(2011)



El Marauder, a Spanish Rock band from the Central Valley of California, is composed of five friends with a common love for music. Playing mostly in garages and backyards they started out their career, as most bands do, playing covers, nonetheless they were recognized for their smooth playing and high energy performance.

As the band matured and began concentrating on playing original pieces and developing there own unique sound, Audiorama, as the band was previously know, came to an end and El Marauder was born from the ashes. With Mario’s euphoric guitar and melodic voice, Ramiro’s elegant keyboarding, Raul’s strong and aggressive guitar, M&M’s explosive bass, and Robert’s strong driving drum beats, El Marauder has quickly developed into an originally dynamic act.