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Live Review: Mariachi El Bronx at The Parish, Huddersfield

In July of last year LA hardcore heroes The Bronx invaded the tiny shed in the back of a pub in a town in West Yorkshire that few people know where it is. The pub was The Parish and the town, Huddersfield. Now seven months later and they return with their alter-egos Mariachi El Bronx.

Bringing with them support from Pounded by the Surf, an instrumental surf rock band compiled of Joby J. Ford, Brad Magers, Vincent Hidalgo from El Bronx and Thaddeus Robles. Taking the stage, clad in cowboy attire which seemed odd for a surf rock band. That was until they started playing. With a strong wild west tone, they produce the sound which can only be likened to what would happen if John Wayne being cast in Pulp Fiction. Despite a broken string mid-set, the band powered through and warmed the crowd up nicely for the main event.  Continue reading Live Review: Mariachi El Bronx at The Parish, Huddersfield