Bang Data is like California itself - built on Latin traditions, but deeply hybrid in expression. This beloved Bay Area based band - led by singer/emcee Deuce Eclipse, and drummer/producer Caipo - spins cumbia, hip-hop and rock into a new language of sound for the people. The ensemble is currently hard at work on their third album - due out Summer, 2017. Since the 2016 release of the Quiero Creedence - a Latin tribute album to legendary rock band Creedence Clearwater Revival- Bang Data has received a growing wave of attention, including from the legends CCR themselves!
"This band has the chops and has put in the sweat equity on the road to deserve a larger audience… that and well…they throw it down live!" - KCRW BLOG
"Bang Data—a group best known for being featured during the infamous poison tequila scene in “Breaking Bad”—stands at the forefront of a new generation of Latin Fusion artists coming straight from the calles of Califas." - OAKCULTURE
Bang Data Has Shared Stages with:
Calle 13, Cafe Tacvba, Ozomatli, Zion I, Nortec Collective, Natalia Lafourcade, Enanitos Verdes, Bomba Estereo, Kinky, Panteon Rococo & Chico Trujillo.
And Has Performed At:
Joshua Tree Music Festival, Latin Alternative Music Conference, SiriusXM NYC La Kueva del Rock, SXSW Official Showcases + Countless Bay Area Venues, including The Independent, New Parish, Fillmore and more.
Additional SELECTED HIGHLIGHTS
Bang Data is Guest House band for El Rey Network’s Lucha Underground taping (Season 1)(2015) (Season 2)(2016)
Bang Data’s self-titled track "Bang Data" from their first album featured on George Lopez’ movie/film Spare Parts (2015)
Self-titled song “Bang Data” was featured as a daily download on L.A.’s KCRW’s Today’s Top Tune in conjunction with LAMC performance. (2014)
Bang Data music video featured on YouTube Music homepage, La Hora Nacional.
Winner of Best Latin Album by Independent Music Awards. (2013)
"Drivin’ Steady" from the EP Maldito Carnaval featured on ITUNES LATINO as 'Single of the Week" over 55k downloads
Guest House band for ESPN's La Nacion and SportsNation
Collaboration with Peruvian legend Eva Ayllon song Toro Mata