Subrosa Union | Looking Forward

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Looking Forward

by Subrosa Union

"a rock album with love songs that make you want to dance" - Reggae/Rock/Hip Hop - representing El Paso, Texas
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Looking Forward
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2. Save Me
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3. Caramelo
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4. Rising Up
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5. Sweet Mexicana Intro
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6. Sweet Mexicana
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7. A Glimpse Into The Life
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8. 24/7 4:20 Every Day
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9. I Go So Far
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10. All My Shame Intro
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11. All My Shame
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12. Walk The Lion
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13. Castaway
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14. Find Our Way Home
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15. Coming Round Here
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
These El Paso, TX rockers build on their world-beat and hip-hop sound with Cuban percussion, gospel harmonies, a dobro, and mellow horns, delivering the impossible: a rock album with love songs that make you want to dance.

Subrosa Union’s music is wholly original, but listen for hints of influences as diverse as Carlos Santana, Stevie Wonder, Bob Marley, and Stevie Ray Vaughn.

Subrosa Union is currently touring the U.S. to promote their debut album, “Looking Forward,” released by Austin indie label Fugamundi Records.

Subrosa Union has opened for nationally touring acts like Slightly Stoopid, Pepper, Long Beach Short Bus, Authority Zero, reggae visionaries Third World, and the MTV Caffeine Tour with Carmen Electra at venues like Stubb’s Amphitheater in Austin and the Knitting Factory in Hollywood.

“Looking Forward” was recorded at Austin’s historic Flashpoint Studios in the 6th Street district with co-producer R.W. Rushing and engineer The East Side Flash.

Subrosa Union is a trio featuring Michael Anaya – vocals and guitar; Chris Paulos – bass and MC; and Paul Valenzuela – drums. www.subrosaunion.com


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StanleyFender

its like a new classic - it hasnt come out of my cd player
there are layers of sound...the more I listen the more I notice all this stuff going on in the background...my favorite is Find Our Way Home...very cool

Amy

Keep it up
We were lucky enough to see these guys live and they stole the show!! Definitely the highlight of the night and the CD came so fast we didn't have a chance to forget the words 2 one of our favorties 24/7....420 all the time!!! :) Truly amazing the sounds these 3 guys combined can make! Much love

Music Geek

Upbeat melodies and tight sound
It's undescribable without making it sound "difficult", the music is inescapable and it's an incredibly easy listen and noticeably poetic... music is layered, rythms and beat tight and compositions with duality of meanings... very cool!

Eclectic Musical Taste

Hot, stunning and versatile
If this is their first new album its a pop-fiesta of spiciness and rockin reggae. Almost all of the songs are radio hits. Every track has a kick flavored with hip hop an latin fusion riffs. The harder, quasi-reggae songs with operatic vocals and harder hittin riffs are unique. All of the material reminds me greatly of concoction of Sublime meets Santana with Stevie Ray Vaughn cuttin in along with Bob Marley droppin in a quarter note or two.

ryan shea

Can you see the vision for the future?
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looking foward wit ya! ~~----:;'"/+/"` ...>always one ryan shea (:

Rolling Stone Magazine

Awsome!
Sign these kids! I've never heard anything like this. It's like Christmas to my ears.

Naomi

These guys jam!

Angie Senchack

In my top 10 - ever!
I've grown up with Austin live music 13 yrs - this is one of the best cds Ive ever heard. Every track is dope - I havent taken it out of my car cd player. Really reminds me of sublime.

Catherine Dibert


i used to live in TX. i saw them with the raspas and it was so amazing. you guys are great!

Sarah Sandoval

love
The sounds we've all been waiting for.Every track is filled with soul. Keep the good vibes going! love it