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Iconoclasta

Iconoclasta
Country
Mexico
Profile
Iconoclasta is one of the best known progressive rock bands from Mexico. They've been releasing albums since the early 80s, and are still a going concern.
Website
http://iconoclasta.com
Related articles (8)
Releases on file (10)
Iconoclasta — Resurrección Iconoclasta — Resurrección
(Luna Negra CDLN-41, 2009, CD)
Iconoclasta — Live in France Iconoclasta — Live in France
(Metropolis CDM 6011, 2002, CD)
Iconoclasta — La Granja Humana Iconoclasta — La Granja Humana
((Not on label) no#, 2000, CD)
Iconoclasta — De Todos Uno Iconoclasta — De Todos Uno
(Musea DSCD001, 1994, CD)
Iconoclasta — La Rencarnación de Maquiavelo Iconoclasta — La Rencarnación de Maquiavelo
(Avanzada KCT 43, 1992, CD)
Iconoclasta — Adolescencia Crónica Iconoclasta — Adolescencia Crónica
(Musea FGBG 4356 AR, 1989/2000, CD)
Iconoclasta — En Busca de Sentido Iconoclasta — En Busca de Sentido
(Musea FGBG 4357 AR, 1989/2000, CD)
Iconoclasta — Soliloquio Iconoclasta — Soliloquio
(Discos Rosenbach DR 007, 1987/1991, CD)
Iconoclasta — Reminiscencias Iconoclasta — Reminiscencias
(Discos Rosenbach DR 002, 1986, LP)
Iconoclasta — Iconoclasta Iconoclasta — Iconoclasta
(Discos Rosenbach DR 001, 1983, LP)

Latest news

2020-01-15
Carlos Alvarado RIP – Carlos Alvarado, pioneering composer, multi-instrumentalist and pioneer of progressive rock and electronic experimental music in Mexico, passed away January 14th, 2020 at age 68 after a two year battle with cancer.  » Read more

2020-01-12
Wolfgang Dauner RIP – Pianist Wolfgang Dauner, one of the pioneers of both European free jazz and jazz rock, has died at the age of 84. With his own groups and with the United Jazz+Rock Ensemble, his playing and compositions were a prominent presence in European jazz from the mid-60s until just recently. » Read more

2020-01-12
Michael Allison RIP – Michael Allison, who since 1997 has been recording as Darshan Ambient, passed away on January 9th after a long and brave battle with cancer. He has been at at the forefront of the new ambient/electronic music scene, with over eighteen releases to his credit. » Read more

2020-01-10
Neil Peart RIP – One of rock music's defining drummers has died at the age of 67. Neil Peart's work with Rush provided one of the templates for percussion in rock, and he certainly ranks in the top ten most influential drummers of the 20th Century. Peart retired from playing in 2015 due to health issues, and succumbed to brain cancer on January 7, 2020. » Read more

2020-01-07
Joel Vandroogenbroeck RIP – Word has reached us of the death of Joel Vandroogenbroeck, best known as one of the founders of Brainticket, He also recorded electronic music under a variety of names. He was born August 25th, 1938 in Brussels, Belgium and died December 23, 2019 in Arlesheim, Switzerland, aged 81. » Read more


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