credit: Richard Contreras
Mírame is a latinx group of millenials and Gen Z neo-hippies based out of San Antonio, TX comprised of Natassia Casas (Vocalist), Karen Jimenez (Guitarist/Vocalist), Angelo Salgado (Keyboardist/Trumpeter), Enrique Zurita (Drummer), William Anderson (Keyboardist/Rapper), and Luis Fermin (Bassist/Producer). Formed in the Spring of 2018 when they met as students at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA). The local sound of San Antonio's country, tejano, and alternative-rock music scene was disrupted by Mírame's fusion of rock, hip-hop and latin grooves. Being that they all have multi-cultural identities, Mexican-American and the like, their music showcases the sound of the first generation to ever embark on an urban journey at the whims of their parents' and grandparents' efforts. Mírame is a part of the next generation of conscious minorities, using their art as a voice that speaks for Love, Culture, and the Earth.
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