2 Bay Area shows!
WEDNESDAY 7 PM
400 S 1st St, San Jose, California 95113
THURSDAY 9 PM
The New Parish
1743 San Pablo Ave, Oakland, California 94612
$25 ADV / $30 DOS / Age 18 And Up
Additional Info: Under 21 must buy $5 drink ticket at the door.
Plastilina Mosh Returns To The Stage After A 6+ Year Break
They Bring Their Notoriously Outrageous Show To Los Angeles, San Jose, Oakland, and Chicago’s Ruido Fest Ahead Of A New Album Set To Come Out… Soon.
The band Plastilina Mosh can’t deflect hurricanes. But the music of the Monterrey punk-funkers sounds like these guys have never seen a rainy day – PRI
It’s been a while since we all found ourselves unable to get Pervert Pop Song out of our heads. After 4 studio albums, numerous international tours, and countless collaborations with some of music’s most recognizable acts (Cafe Tacuba, Hillary Duff, etc), the Monterrey band Plastilina Mosh decided to take a break over 6 years ago to pursue other projects/live their lives (a good thing to do every once in a while, fyi).
Re-fueled and ready, the duo returns to the stage armed with two brand new singles and a full length album in the works. Find them on a jaunt through California beginning next week, follow them to Chicago’s Ruido Fest, and catch them at Machaca Fest right after that alongside J Balvin and Mon Laferte, among many others.
Watch Plastilina Mosh’s New Single Ja Ja Ja
Plastilina Mosh is Alejandro Rosso and Jonás González- two Monterrey natives who met playing Super Nintendo in a Wal-Mart in 1996.
They released their first album, Aquamosh, in 1998, which received many accolades and sold over 150,000 copies. Their career skyrocketed from their, leading them to catch the attention of such legends as Cafe Tacuba and Money Mark (Beastie Boys) among others. They became known for their unique fusion of hip-hop, pop, and rock, all blended together with a spicy sense of humor.
But I should have been thinking of them as the Mexican Beck: the LA singer helped sign P-Mosh back in 1998, and it’s his genre-hopping career that the duo’s most resembles. -Mother Jones
Plastilina Mosh, from Monterrey, Mexico, has, like Grammy-nominated Cafe Tacuba, left many people scratching their heads about how to label the group’s cocktail jazz, trip-hop and tropical arrangements of found sounds. – LA Times