Ep002 - Chicano Batman

LA's Chicano Batman describe themselves as "Your sonic outlet from monotony back into the soul". Ethnomusicologists in their own right, they are students of rhythm, globe trotting on a quest to reclaim and represent the musical roots of their past generations. The band draw from a broad spectrum of influences ranging from 60's Tropicalia, Samba, spacey psychedelia, to slow-jam soul with a pinch of surf-rock cumbia. Their set for Nic Harcourt's Transmissions includes their single Black Lipstick featuring the vocals of Saudia Yasmin. Eduardo and Bardo gave Nic a fun 21 Questions interview as well; we're still wondering which rock star's dressing room they inadvertently walked into...

Videos
"Black Lipstick" (Part 1)
"Magma" (Part 2)
"Cycles of Existential Rhyme" (Part 3)
"21 Questions with Chicano Batman" (Part 4)