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Mr Racoon

Mr racoon.

This project started 12 years ago when Roberto Polo plus his participation in other projects like: 60 Tigres, En Ventura, Club Comfort and Fuck Her or The Terrorists Win began to record irregular compositions that did not fit in any other group, that's how Mr Racoon was born.
At the same time A. Polo distribute DIY his albums promoted himself independently.
The first EP was recorded by Mr racoon happen in December 1999 in Monterrey Mexixo, the album is called "My left side" -Mi lado izquierdo charged of experimental instrumenta low fi /pop .
Next came "LOLO" recorded in 2003, "For Those Who dont believe" in 2005, "Katy" in 2007, "Alterablesperanza" 2010, "B Sides" 2011, by this time Roberto Polo (mr racoon) decides to leave 60 tigers and En Ventura and to serve only as Mr Racoon, For Her or The Terrorists Win and Club Comfort. Now Mr Racoon is currently working on new materia named: "Hurrah," which will be available soon on Itunes, Amazon and all online music stores.

* This project already has a path and suggests new aspects of a musician who wasted talent. (Union of sound)

* Creating Those musicians capable of something great and unique out of Such familiar grounds, And That He's Actually skillfull enough to embrace pop so effortlessly That question I Manages to blur the line Between revisionist and self-defining songwriter. (Club phonogram)

* If Katy is an album that borders on folk, electronic music and one of the nicest voices I've heard recently in the regional rock this Alterablesperanza is a well-made mortar (decireves)

Mr racoon.

Este proyecto comenzó hace 12 años cuando Roberto A. Polo además de su participación en otros proyectos como: 60 tigres, En Ventura, Club Comfort y Fuck Her or The Terrorists Win, se dedicó a grabar las composiciones eclécticas e irregulares que no embonaban en ningún otro grupo así nació Mr Racoon.
A la par comenzó a maquilar y a repartir sus discos y a promocionarse de manera independiente, y al margen del trabajo con sus proyectos de cabecera.
El primer Ep que grabó Mr racoon fue grabado en diciembre de 1999, el disco se llama "Mi lado izquierdo" es un disco de 6 canciones, de un pop experimental que dió inicio al proyecto. Por falta de tiempo renunció a los ensayos de Mr racoon y decidió que aquel proyecto solo sería grabado, asi que se consagro a grabar y producir continuamente y dejar para en vivo a 60 tigres, banda de la que fué compositor y vocalista.
Después vendria "LOLO" grabado en el año 2003, "For those who dont believe" en el 2005, "Katy" en el 2007, "Alterablesperanza" 2010, "Lados B" 2011, para estas fechas Roberto Polo (mr racoon) decide abandonar 60 tigres, En Ventura y Club Comfort, para atender solamente a Mr Racoon y a Fuck Her or the terrorists win dueto formado con Bul (Roger I. Camara) , actualmente se encuentra trabajando en el nuevo material de MR RACOON "Hurra", que estará disponible muy pronto por Itunes, amazon y todas las tiendas de música en internet.

*Este proyecto ya tiene su camino recorrido y deja entrever nuevas facetas de un músico que derrocha talento. (sindicato del sonido)

*Those musicians capable of creating something great and unique out of such familiar grounds, and that he’s actually skillfull enough to embrace pop cues so effortlessly that he manages to blur the line between revisionist and self-defining songwriter. (club fonográma)

*Si Katy es un disco que colinda con el folk, la música electrónica y una de las voces mas agradables que he escuchado recientemente en el rock regio este Alterablesperanza es una argamasa bien lograda (decireves)


MR RACOON..
Mr. Racoon, gathered attention with its 2009 release Katy, yet another one released under Delhotel’s “music is free” premise, and a collection of emotionally charming songs that narrowed the gap between the intimacy of acoustic songwriting and the dreaminess of electropop swirling beats.
It’s not that these genre exercises qualify as pastiche either, but you do get the feeling that this time Mr. Racoon tried to sound a little like everything that could fit in the spectrum of effortless post-millennial indie rock/pop. Like wanting to be a more accessible incarnation of both Sufjan Stevens, the sublime indie folk composer circa 2003 and Sufjan Stevens, the weirdo electronic adventurer of 2010, which is probably something not even Sufjan himself would succeed at very well.