Prison for Kids

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by Alejandro Ochoa García

A wikipedia-style article of this amazing band


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Prison for Kids is an American rock band founded by César Ochoa and Christopher Dreisbach in 2008. Drummer Keith Krey became an official member in 2014, although he played and recorded with the band before that, but left the band in late 2017. The band is based in Los Angeles, California, where they met, recorded, and have given numerous live shows. Prison for Kids plays a very wide range of forms of Rock, including Post-Punk, Garage Rock, Acoustic/Indie, Ambient/Experimental, Shoegaze, and Noise Pop. César and Chris have distinctive voices and writing styles. While every song is a collaboration between all band members, usually the main writer of each song is also its main singer.

Chris and César are primarily guitarists and vocalists. However, their early recordings feature the founders playing other instruments, with César credited for playing bass and keyboards, and Chris playing drums, percussions, synths, and the trumpet. Their full recording and live lineup changed constantly since their inception until 2014, when Keith became an official member. From 2011 to the present, Prison for Kids has played with three bass players: Michael Cameron (of Waterlaso), Andrew Behjatnia (of Chameleon Conductor, Persian mega-star Andy, many others), and Nick Cullen (also of Waterlaso). All Prison for Kids works has also been written and arranged by Chris and César. Owen Granich-Young is the band's guru and producer, and he has mixed most of their material. Aida Daneshvar has taken most of the band's pictures, including those used on this page. Aida has also been involved in some of the band's music videos.

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On the band's name

Chris told in this interview that it came to him in the summer of 2005:

I had just finished a long, hot day stripping moldy wallpaper from dorm rooms at Hampshire College. I was about two beers deep and watching a local news report on TV when I heard a reporter use the phrase "prison for kids." It sounded so weird to me; the lack of euphemism. Not "Juvenile Detention Center" but "Prison for Kids." I didn't even meet César for another three years but I knew, at that moment, that "Prison for Kids" was the band name.

César has also told me that he likes that it can be interpreted in so many ways, it has a different meaning for every person. In this interview he elaborated:

For me it means a lot of things now [...] I always just think, in any situation, people are all trapped. Whether it's the earth, where it's the city, your job or your life. In the end, everything's just a prison and we're all kids. We don't know what we're doing. When I was growing up I was thrown in juvenile prison in Mexico a bunch of times, just for drinking and being stupid. So for me it comes back to this idea of being trapped by forces that you don't see necessarily.

Their biography, in their words

On 2014-06-05 I ripped these awesome lines from their Facebook page:

Prison for Kids is the art-rock duo of Christopher Dreisbach and César Ochoa hailing from, arguably, the least dangerous town (St. Johnsbury, Vermont) and most dangerous city (Ciudad Juarez) respectively. The two met as directing graduate students at the American Film Institute Conservatory in 2008 and quickly united over their mutual passion for both the caustic, dissonant and delicate, ethereal spectrums of rock 'n' roll.

After recording dozens of lo-fi demos with cheap acoustic guitars and kitchen utensils the Kids' first "proper" sessions came in 2010, tracking songs for Ochoa's short film KILL KITTY KILL. Now ensconced in Los Angeles, Prison for Kids continue to evolve their old material, forge new sounds, and perfect their boisterous live show.

Before Prison for Kids

César Ochoa was born in El Paso, Texas, USA, but he was raised in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, México. He has been playing guitar and bass since middle school. In his free time, he made a dozen short films between 2004 and 2006, all but the first of which feature a soundtrack of his own creation. He graduated from the University of Texas at El Paso on 2007, with a degree in Electronic Media and a minor in Film Studies.

Christopher Dreisbach was raised in St. Johnsbury, Vermont, USA. He studied Film and Studio Arts at Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts, where he became a friend and collaborator with Prison for Kids' future producer Owen Granich-Young. They formed OCD Films in 2004 and created many short films, including the award-winning The Nightingale Princess. He was part of a few amateur bands before Prison for Kids, including St. Johnsbury's first Post-Rock band mrepicfactory, whose members (Ben Boye, Clifton Ingram, and Connor Long) went on to form careers in avant-garde and experimental music.

Keith Krey is a career rock, pop, and jazz drummer based in Los Angeles, California. He has been playing the drums since age three, and has been performing with bands since grade school. Notably, he recently played with Waterlaso. Keith also attended a year at the Berklee School of Music in Boston. Keith met César and Chris through Aida.

2008 to 2010 - American Film Institute, band foundation


César and Chris met in the fall of 2008 when both started studying directing at the American Film Institute (AFI), in Los Angeles, California. Their mutual interest in music got them playing together, and they started recording demos in 2009.

César directed and cowrote the short film Kill Kitty Kill (IMDB), in 2010 for his thesis at the AFI. The soundtrack of this short film consisted entirely of Prison for Kids material, which later became part of their Kitty EP (released in 2013).

Chris directed the science-fiction short Paracusia, which featured a score by his former mrepicfactory band mates.

César and Chris obtained their Masters of Fine Arts in film directing in the summer of 2010.

2011 to 2013 - First EPs

Prison for Kids started recording home-studio versions of many tracks as early as 2011, almost all of which would not be released until 2013 and 2014. The band's first released song was the acoustic Long Gone in March 2011. A music video for the track followed three months later, produced by the band's AFI classmates. Around the same time they composed the soundtrack for the short film Beau (released 2011-04-28), which was also work of their AFI classmates. Beau was directed by Ari Aster, now famous for directing Hereditary (2018) and Midsommar (2019). In 2011 the band joined Michael Cameron's (of Waterlaso) Mountain Fighting boutique record label. Cameron also engineered the band's "Dirty Numbers" EP and produced the song "Blonde Baby." The band played many live shows around Los Angeles area during this period, at house parties and venues such as The Bootleg, Three Clubs, Los Globos, Ham & Eggs Tavern, Lot 1, and Space 1520. Some of the tracks released during this time were accompanied by music videos, as detailed below.

2013 - Kitty EP


The "Kitty" EP is one of a 3-EP set released on the same day on 2013-01-22 on bandcamp. It is the soundtrack to the short film Kill Kitty Kill that the band made while at the AFI in 2010, but it includes additional tracks not featured in the film. The EP features a mix of rock, metal, and ambient; the band tagged it as "alternative, garage punk, lofi, post-rock, proto-metal". Jonathan Wald played drums in most of these tracks, but Chris played some drums too.

  1. Bees and Aches. Same version released on 2012-10-31 on soundcloud. Earlier version featured in "Kill Kitty Kill". A video of a live performance at The Other Door Bar from 2015-03-08 was posted on 2017-07-07 on YouTube.
  2. Kill Earlier version featured in "Kill Kitty Kill" (credited under the title "Queen Kill").
  3. Kino
  4. King
  5. Queen. Same version released on 2011-06-08 on soundcloud.
  6. 'Round 'Here. Earlier version featured in "Kill Kitty Kill".
  7. Tippy Toes. Same version released on 2011-06-06 on soundcloud. Earlier version featured in "Kill Kitty Kill". Live versions:
  8. Deny the Obvious. Earlier version featured in "Kill Kitty Kill".
  9. Kitty. Earlier version featured in "Kill Kitty Kill".

2013 - Dirty Numbers EP


The "Dirty Numbers" EP is one of a 3-EP set released on the same day in 2013-01-22 on bandcamp. The band tagged it as "alternative, garage rock, noise pop, rock rock, space rock". Keith plays all drums in this album.

  1. Blonde Baby. Same version released a year prior, on 2012-01-23, on soundcloud.
  2. Suggestion. Earlier mix released 9 months prior, on 2012-04-11, on soundcloud. A video of a live performance at the Bedrock LA was posted on 2015-04-14 on YouTube.
  3. Pregnant (with Violence). Earlier mix released 9 months prior, on 2012-04-20, on soundcloud. A video of a live performance at the Bedrock LA was posted on 2015-03-23 on YouTube.
  4. Post-op Bumpin'
  5. Crayons. Same version released on 2013-01-17 on soundcloud.
  6. Party 2

2013 - It is What it Isn't EP


The "It is What it Isn't" EP is one of a 3-EP set released on the same day in 2013-01-22 on bandcamp. The band tagged it as "alternative, dream pop, garage pop, indie rock, lofi, psychedelic rock, shoegaze". Chris played drums in this entire recording.

  1. Ampere Repair
  2. Do You Remember You? A video of a live performance at the Bedrock LA was posted on 2015-03-17 on YouTube.
  3. Breezy Hill. Same version released on 2013-01-10 on soundcloud.
  4. Low Fevers. Same version released 7 months prior, on 2012-06-23, on soundcloud.
  5. It is What iIt Isn't. Same version released on 2013-01-08 on soundcloud.
  6. Your Doubts. Same version released on 2013-01-14 on soundcloud. Video was released on 2013-05-29 on vimeo.

2013 - ἐκδύω EP


The "ἐκδύω" EP was released on 2013-09-13 on bandcamp. The whole album was reposted on 2015-01-22 on YouTube. The band tagged it as "alternative, ambient rock, dream pop, indie, noisepop, psychedelic pop, shoegaze, space rock". Keith played drums in this album.

  1. Shift Tides
  2. If We're Right. Earlier version released on 2013-05-10 on soundcloud, with cover art shown below.
  3. In the Race
  4. Allow it. Same version released on 2013-09-15 on soundcloud, with cover art shown below.
  5. Sides. Same version released on 2013-09-15 on soundcloud.
  6. Descenso (y regreso). Same version released on 2013-09-15 on soundcloud. Video was released on 2014-01-23 on vimeo, reposted on 2015-01-22 on YouTube.
  7. ἐκδύω. Same version released on 2013-09-18 on soundcloud. Live video version recorded on 2015-03-08, released on 2016-08-31 on YouTube.
  8. Beneath the Tree. Earlier version released on 2013-06-26 on soundcloud.
  9. Who's Barbara?
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2011 to 2013 - Tracks not part of albums yet

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These three are expected to be part of an acoustic album in the future.

2014 to 2017

On 2014, Keith Krey became the full-time official drummer for Prison for Kids. Note, however, that Keith had been playing and recording with Prison for Kids since 2012. The band also released their first full-length album.

2014 - Swill Purl


The band's first full-length album, "Swill Purl" (meaning "swill" [n], kitchen refuse and scraps of waste food mixed with water for feeding to pigs, and "purl" [n], to flow with a murmuring sound), was released on 2014-06-06 on bandcamp. The whole album was reposted on 2015-01-25 on YouTube. The band tagged it as "alternative, rock, avant indie, experimental rock, indie rock, post-punk, post-rock". The liner notes include the following description.

Our new album, Swill Purl, was born from César's sinuous acoustic guitar demos and overall disgust with partisan politics both above and below the Rio Grande. Over the course of several months, and with the aid of Chris and Keith, these demos blossomed into strange, bold, sometimes delicate songs.
  1. Beauty and the Doppelgängers. An earlier version was released a year prior, on 2013-06-19, on soundcloud and bandcamp, with cover art shown below.
  2. Lines (never end)
  3. Red Falcon Takeover
  4. Teresa
  5. Globetrotter An earlier acoustic version without words is featured a decade earlier, in César's 2004 short film Prelude, back then titled "Segregation" (unrelated to the next song).
  6. Segregator
  7. Lost Your Out. Released on 2014-06-04 on soundcloud. Joint video of this song and Al Caer was released on 2015-09-15 on YouTube.
  8. Al Caer. Released on 2014-06-04 on soundcloud. An earlier acoustic version without words is featured a decade earlier, in César's 2004 short film Annatar Hemophilliac, back then titled "A Lament". Joint video of this song and Lost Your Out was released on 2015-09-15 on YouTube.
  9. Por Temer
  10. The Lies that Brought Us Here
  11. Penthos (bonus track). This track is not present in the online version. The CD version has this track between Red Falcon Takeover and Teresa. Video was released on 2015-02-09 on YouTube.

2015 - Revived Divine EP


The "Revived Divine" EP was released on 2015-06-18 on bandcamp and YouTube. The band tagged it as "alternative, art rock, dream pop, experimental rock, noise pop, post-rock, psychedelic rock, shoegaze, space rock".

  1. On Night
  2. Who Cares. Released on 2015-06-19 on soundcloud.
  3. It Doesn’t Say. Released on 2015-06-19 on soundcloud.
  4. Somehow, Fearlessly
  5. Revived Divine
  6. Watts. Video was released on 2015-06-19 on YouTube.
  7. Scratched Fingers. Released on 2015-06-19 on soundcloud.
  8. Pünktlich. Released on 2015-06-19 on soundcloud.
  9. This is Barbara

2016 to 2017 - New music

Music from an as-yet unreleased album.

  1. Business Decisions. Released on 2016-02-12 on soundcloud. Video was released on 2017-04-03 on YouTube.
  2. Astillas. Released on 2016-04-21 on soundcloud. Live video recorded at the "Silverlake Lounge" on 2017-07-31, released on 2017-09-21 on YouTube.
  3. Cheap to Fight. Live video recorded at the "5 Star Bar" on 2016-10-22, released on 2016-10-25 on YouTube.
  4. The Best Words. Released on 2017-01-20 on soundcloud.
  5. Can't Teach. Live video recorded at the "Silverlake Lounge" on 2017-07-31, released on 2017-10-05 on YouTube.

2018 to present

Drummer Keith Krey officially left the band at the end of 2017. Reasons included a physical injury, lack of time, and ultimately Keith moving to Illinois. The band played live with various drummers since then, but so far there is no official drummer.

2019 - Dead Kingdom EP


César and Chris traveled from LA to Chicago, supported by an Indiegogo campaign, to record with legendary musician and engineer Steve Albini at his studio, Electrical Audio. César and Chris had thoroughly rehearsed the material as a duo. Chris played all drums, César all guitars, and both alternated playing bass and vocals. All of the material was recorded on a single day on 2018-10-16, every track recorded in one take, and there was a single cut during the mixing.

This recording was pressed into a 45 RPM vinyl, the band's first, in an edition of 500. The EP was released on 2019-06-28 at a release party at the 5 Star Bar, and became available on bandcamp on 2019-07-15. The band tagged it as "alternative, art rock, noise rock, post-punk, post-rock, Steve Albini, Los Angeles".

  1. Dead Kingdom (Part 1). Video was released on 2019-08-30 on YouTube.
  2. Dead Kingdom (Part 2). Video was released on 2022-08-01 on YouTube.
  3. Sporns
  4. HUD is Done

2019 to 2020 - New music

Music from an as-yet unreleased album.

  1. Furious Red. Released on 2019-10-31 on YouTube.
  2. On Her Lap. Released on 2019-11-06 on YouTube.
  3. Q (You're All Fools). Released on 2020-03-20 on YouTube.


  1. 2013-01-22 Kitty EP
  2. 2013-01-22 Dirty Numbers EP
  3. 2013-01-22 It is What it Isn't EP
  4. 2013-09-13 ἐκδύω EP
  5. 2014-06-06 Swill Purl
  6. 2015-06-18 Revived Divine EP
  7. 2019-06-28 Dead Kingdom EP

Music videos

Repeating what was listed above in the album sections.

  1. 2011-05-29 Long Gone
  2. 2013-05-29 Your Doubts
  3. 2014-01-23 Descenso (y regreso). Also available on YouTube
  4. 2015-02-09 Penthos
  5. 2015-03-05 Tippy Toes (Live at Bedrock LA)
  6. 2015-03-17 Do You Remember You (Live at Bedrock LA)
  7. 2015-03-23 Pregnant (with Violence) (Live at Bedrock LA)
  8. 2015-04-14 Suggestion (Live at Bedrock LA)
  9. 2015-06-19 Watts
  10. 2015-09-15 Perder y Caer (Lost your out and Al caer)
  11. 2016-08-31 "Ekduo" Live @ The Other Door Bar. Recorded on 2015-03-08.
  12. 2016-10-25 "Cheap to Fight" Live @ 5 Star Bar. Recorded on 2016-10-22.
  13. 2017-04-03 Business Decisions
  14. 2017-07-07 "Bees and Aches" Live @ The Other Door Bar. Recorded on 2015-03-08.
  15. 2017-09-21 "Astillas" Live @ Silverlake Lounge. Recorded on 2017-07-31.
  16. 2017-10-05 "Can't Teach" Live @ Silverlake Lounge. Recorded on 2017-07-31.
  17. 2018-03-08 Live Highlights - Five Star Bar. Recorded on 2018-02-15.
  18. 2018-06-18 "Tippy Toes" Live @ Ham & Eggs. Recorded on 2018-03-12.
  19. 2018-08-21 "Your New Girlfriend Is Boring" - Erica Dreisbach cover
  20. 2018-09-05 Downstream (Supertramp cover)
  21. 2019-02-04 The Circle Game (Joni Mitchell cover)
  22. 2019-08-30 Dead Kingdom (Part 1)
  23. 2019-10-31 Furious Red
  24. 2019-11-06 On Her Lap
  25. 2020-03-20 Q (You're All Fools)
  26. 2022-08-01 Dead Kingdom (Part 2)

Vinyl Roulette

These are mini-episodes where César picks a random vinyl from his collection and talks about it.

  1. 2017-07-03 The Doors - Strange Days (1967), Nine Inch Nails - Pretty Hate Machine (1989), Captain Beefheart - Safe as Milk (1967)
  2. 2017-07-10 Metallica - Master of Puppets (1986)
  3. 2017-07-17 King Crimson - Lizard (1970), Syd Barrett - Opel (1988) (Recorded 1968-1970)
  4. 2017-07-24 The Beatles - s/t (The White Album) (1968), Talking Heads - Speaking in Tongues (1983)
  5. 2017-08-07 Pretenders - s/t (1980), Swans - s/t EP (1982)
  6. 2017-08-14 Sisters of Mercy - Floodland (1987), Melvins - King Buzzo (1992)
  7. 2017-08-22 Battles - Mirrored (2007), Jethro Tull - Aqualung (1971)
  8. 2017-08-28 Cocteau Twins - Heaven or Las Vegas (1991) and Soilent Green - Sewn Mouth Secrets (1998)
  9. 2017-09-06 George Harrison - The Best of George Harrison (1976), The Fucking Champs - III (first release as C4AM95) (1997)
  10. 2017-09-12 Wiseblood - Stumbo (1986)
  11. 2017-09-19 Buzzcocks - A Different Kind of Tension (1979), High on Fire - Death Is This Communion (2007)
  12. 2017-09-27 Wire - 154 (1979)
  13. 2017-10-03 Joan Baez - s/t (1960), Kadda/Patton - Bacteria Cult (2016)
  14. 2017-10-09 Killing Joke - Revelations (1982)
  15. 2017-10-16 Hüsker Dü - Zen Arcade (1984)
  16. 2017-10-24 At the Drive-In - Relationship of Command (2000)
  17. 2017-11-01 Led Zeppelin - The Song Remains the Same (1976)
  18. 2017-11-07 Blondie - Parallel Lines (1978)
  19. 2017-11-13 Rodan - Rusty (1994)
  20. 2017-11-20 Faith No More - Sol Invictus (2015)
  21. 2017-11-28 Public Image Ltd - First Issue (1978)
  22. 2017-12-08 Animal Collective - Feels (2005)
  23. 2017-12-14 Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - Murder Ballads (1996), Peter Gabriel - So (1986)
  24. 2017-12-22 Prodigy - The Fat of the Land (1997)
  25. 2018-01-06 Melvins and Lustmord - Pigs of the Roman Empire (2004) (originally live on facebook)
  26. 2018-03-05 Mr. Bungle - California (1999)
  27. 2018-03-11 PJ Harvey - Let England Shake (2011)
  28. 2018-04-06 The Kinks - Lola, Percy & The Apemen Come Face To Face... (1974)
  29. 2018-04-12 Shellac - 1000 Hurts (2000)
  30. 2018-04-19 Slayer - World Painted Blood (2009)
  31. 2018-04-26 Björk - Medúlla (2004)
  32. 2018-05-02 Antemasque - s/t (2014)
  33. 2018-05-10 Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band - Trout Mask Replica (1969)
  34. 2018-05-16 Nirvana - In Utero (1993)
  35. 2018-05-25 David Bowie - Low (1977)
  36. 2018-06-01 Sonic Youth - Murray Street (2002)
  37. 2018-06-08 Sepultura - Chaos A.D. (1993)
  38. 2018-06-14 Bauhaus - The Sky's Gone Out (1982)
  39. 2018-06-21 Isis - Wavering Radiant (2009)
  40. 2018-06-28 Portishead - s/t (1997)
  41. 2018-07-06 Cows - Effete and Impudent Snobs (1990)
  42. 2018-07-12 Rolling Stones - Beggars Banquet (1968)
  43. 2018-07-20 King Crimson - In the Court of the Crimson King (1969)
  44. 2018-07-25 Black Sabbath - Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (1973)
  45. 2018-07-31 David Bowie - Rare (1982)
  46. 2018-08-05 Metallica -...And Justice for All (1988)
  47. 2018-08-12 The Doors - Weird Scenes Inside the Gold Mine (1972)
  48. 2018-08-20 Wire - Pink Flag (1977)
  49. 2018-08-29 Creedence Clearwater Revival - Cosmo's Factory
  50. 2018-12-06 Iron Maiden - Seventh Son of a Seventh Son (1988)
  51. 2019-01-04 Pink Floyd - The Piper at the Gates of Dawn (1967)
  52. 2019-01-23 Foetus Inc. - Sink
  53. 2019-02-03 Melvins - Stag (1996)
  54. 2019-02-10 Giddy Motors - Make It Pop (2002)
  55. 2019-02-17 The Beatles - Rock 'n' Roll Music Volume 2 (1980)
  56. 2019-02-24 Cocteau Twins - Treasure (1984)
  57. 2019-03-03 The Who - Live at Leeds (1970)
  58. 2019-03-21 Judas Priest - Stained Class (1978)
  59. 2019-04-19 The Birthday Party - Mutiny/The Bad Seed (1983)
  60. 2019-05-08 Michael Jackson - Off the Wall (1979)
  61. 2020-06-25 R.E.M. - Reckoning (1984)
  62. 2020-07-02 Converge - Jane Doe (2001)
  63. 2022-08-31 Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin I (1969)

Weird-Ass Books

These are mini-episodes where Chris picks a weird-ass book from his collection and talks about it.

  1. 2017-09-25 Hothouse (1962) by Brian Aldiss
  2. 2017-09-29 The Vegetarian (2007) by Han Kang
  3. 2017-10-06 Robert Silverberg - Son of Man (1971), The Second Trip (1971), Dying Inside (1972)
  4. 2021-02-11 Thomas M. Disch - The Genocides (1965), Camp Concentration (1968), Fun with Your New Head (1968), 334 (1972), On Wings of Song (1979)
  5. 2021-02-26 The Complete Stories of J. G. Ballard
  6. 2021-04-05 Anna Kavan - Ice (1967) & Mercury (1994, Posthumous)

Interviews and reviews

  1. 2011-09-08 PRISON for kids (nsfw). thatindiekid,
  2. 2012-01-25 New Prison for Kids video.
  3. 2012-01-27 Prison for Kids/Guy Blakeslee/Los Angeles @ Three Clubs 1/25/12. Julian Sosa,
  4. 2012-07-26 Consider These: 07.26.12. Clif,
  5. 2012-08-07 First/Last-Prison For Kids. Hugh Twyman (hughshows).
  6. 2012-08-09 First Listen: Prison for Kids – Low Fevers. Nick Krenn,
  7. 2013-09-15 Prison for Kids – Ekduo.
  8. 2013-09-22 Prison for Kids: An Interview (I Vacation in Los Angeles).
  9. 2014-06-04 Prison for Kids // Lost Your Out // Al Caer.
  10. 2014-08-19 Prison for Kids. Unsigned and Independent.
  11. 2014-10-03 Hear Now with Prison for Kids. Trilby Beresford, Hear Now.
  12. 2015-06-25 Prison for Kids // Revived Divine.
  13. 2016-07-29 "Art-gaze" with Los Angeles' Prison For Kids (interview/review). Oblique Musique.
  14. 2018-06-28 Prison for Kids: una fusión audiovisual desde Vermont y Ciudad Juárez. Alma Ochoa, El Blok.
  15. 2019-02-19 Meet Christopher Dreisbach of Prison for Kids in East Hollywood. VoyageLA.
  16. 2023-10-17 T06E06: Mike Patton (feat. César Ochoa). Músicos de Sillón.


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This is somewhat of a promotional article, so not exactly Wikipedia material in that sense and others that follow. The author, Alex, is César's brother, so this article is biased. I also hereby disclose my financial interest in their success (César owes me money). This article is based on my own knowledge of the band and some freely-available online data, and fact-checked by the band in personal communications. Chris contributed some writing.