Son Sur y Luna
SoNSuRyLuNa music tells the story of Mexico. Each song on the group takes on the appearance of a chapter recounting the tragedies and the greatness of the Mexican people. The singer, Illyana Acosta, accompanied on vocals by Rafa Catalán and four other musicians, talks about the sirens, the Mexican Revolution or the poignant story of the Weeping Woman. SoNSuRyLuNa tale these legends to the rhythm to the music that fill the different regions of Mexico, a warm throbbing that since birth brings cultures togeter. This is the result of interbreeding, both native-Mexican, African and Arab-Andalusian. SoNSuRyLuNa is part of a defensive policy and safeguarding of the sound that gradually deserted regions of Mexico. At this traditional Mexican style, the group adds notes of jazz, bossa nova or reggae. Despite it’s recent debut, SoNSuRyLuNa musicians have a long musical career that allows them to combine tradition with elegance and modernité.