About This Event
Friday, June 9th
Doors: 8pm / Show: 9pm
$15 in advance / $20 day of the show
¿Qiensave? (Quien-Sa-Be) is a Cumbia Urbana group from Salinas, California with roots stretching back to Michoacán, Mexico. ¿Qiensave? creates high-energy dance music that has fortunately blessed the band with the opportunity to perform throughout California, Arizona, Mexico and Colombia. Founded in 2009, the band has picked up steam through touring over the last few years, releasing their album “Mujer” in 2019.
In 2020 ¿Qiensave? released two singles. The first is a cover of Chico Che’s cult classic “Mata De Mota'', which features Los Angeles based Psychedelic Cumbia band Tropa Magica, and the second single released is a retro-sounding quebradita produced by Eduardo Arenas of Chicano Batman called “El DUI”. In 2021, they released “La Poderosa'' on International Women’s Day, as the song is a celebration of all poderosa women who have supported the band along their journey. In late 2021, the band released the single for “Para Poderte Olvidar” to rave reviews. Para Poderte Olvidar is produced by Sam Pura of Panda Studios and it's the story of a person doing everything they can to forget about their former love.
In the summer of 2022 ¿Qiensave? released their following single "Quemayama". A powerful song originally created by poet/musician Patricio Hidalgo, which tells the story of pain and healing. followed by the release of their anticipated EP "El After" at the end of summer 22. ¿Qiensave? is currently in the studio working on new material, in preparation for a summer 23 release.DEUCE ECLIPSE
Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Emcee/rapper Deuce ECLIPSE and co-founder/vocalist of Bang Data, draws influence from both his Nicaraguan heritage as well as the culture of Hip-Hop he grew up with in the United States.
By the age of Nine, he began rapping with a middle school friend, the two adopting the names ‘Ace Moon’ and ‘Deuce ECLIPSE’, which he carries with honor to this day.
Since then, Deuce has released a variety of albums and countless songs, some of which have been featured on many TV shows, commercials, and movies. Most recently his song 'Listen' on ABC's show Grown-ish and most notably the song ‘Bang Data’ on AMC’s show Breaking Bad, as well as George Lopez’ movie Spare Parts.
He has toured the world alongside one of his best friends the late Zumbi, as an accompanying voice to Zion I Crew and has also acquired an extensive international and local list of collaborations including Mega Banton, Eva Ayllon, Pep Love, Louie Culture, Chico Trujillo, Asdru of Ozomatli, Zion I and more.