Dos Mundos
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Dos Mundos

Hamburg, Hamburg City, Germany | INDIE

Hamburg, Hamburg City, Germany | INDIE
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""El nuevo sonido""

Mariachi dos mundos "El nuevo sonido"
Label: Oriente; rien-cd 57
The German group Mariachi dos mundos exists for ten years. They started in 1996 and brought together seven musicians from as much different areas and music backgrounds. Their goal is to play the Mexican Mariachi music in a new and appealing way. Now they have released their third cd with some nice Latin sounds. Sometimes a peaceful tune like Cuano vuelva a tu lado but also some nice dance songs and music. The group combines the typical brass sound with classical string arrangements and harmony vocals. The cd has a really relaxed sound and if you are acquainted with the earlier sounds of the band, you might find the musical arrangements a bit predictable. Nevertheless nothing wrong with this 'feel good' cd. It has the right spirit and the right quality to make sure you will have a great Latin evening with some of your best friends.
Eelco Schilder -

"MDM various"

"The story of sucess of the musicians from the two worlds is beeing continued."
Berliner Zeitung - Berliner Zeitung,Germany

"MDM various"

(The CD "Asi es la vida") excells in a brilliant recording of such impressive “musical otherness“ and a incredible variety of repertoire."
El Pais ,Spain

- El Pais, Spain



“Asi es la vida“, ORIENTE MUSIC
“ El Jugador”, ORIENTE MUSIC
“Nuevo Sonido” , ORIENTE MUSIC
"Confiesalo" Single, ORIENTE MUSIC
“Music from Mexico” , Raumer Records



For over a decade, in Germany's cultural melting pot Berlin, the musicians of MdM have connected their musical roots from Europe and Latin America to create their own unique and energetic music style.

MARIACHI DOS MUNDOS define the appealing sounds of the Mexican Mariachi in a new way: they play the happy familiar themes of Mexican music side by side with the melancholy sounds of Cuban boleros using classical string arrangements along with wild interludes from the brass section. This creates a fascinating mixture of dance rhythms and musical virtuosity with just a pinch of self irony. Taking traditional songs as their starting point (Mexican corridos and polkas as well as Cuban son), these musicians extend their musical repertoire with their own arrangements of Latin American classics and Rock songs.