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Jotdog

Jotdog certainly are a Mexican synth pop duo formed by vocalist María Barracuda and maker Jorge “Chiquis” Amaro. Amaro — with a thorough set of credits, 1st like a drummer for Fobia, Neón, and Rostros Ocultos and later on as popular producer, audio engineer, arranger, and jack-of-all-trades for famous brands Natalia Lafourcade, Maná, Ricardo Arjona, Timbiriche, and Todas las Víctimas del Doctor Cerebro, among numerous others — 1st fulfilled Barracuda in 2004, when he was designated to create her 1st solo recording. The collaboration continuing with 2006’s Mi Otra Vida, as well as the duo was also asked to create material for additional performers, which strengthened Barracuda and Amaro’s innovative partnership. Ultimately Barracuda went into disagreements with her record label and deserted her solo profession, and for some time it appeared that she got retired through the music business. In ’09 2009, nevertheless, she returned with a fresh joint task with Amaro, Jotdog, a slick dance-pop duo that displayed a substantial stylistic change from her rock-oriented origins. Their eponymous 1st album premiered in Sept 2009 to quick success on the effectiveness of the catchy solitary “Hasta Contar a Mil,” whose video quickly became a preferred on MTV Latin America. Jotdog had been also nominated in the 2010 Latin Grammys’ Greatest New Designer category. While Jotdog nominally continued to be a duo, Amaro and Barracuda had been often became a member of by other mentioned Mexican musicians for his or her live performances, main included in this Moenia’s Alejandro “Midi” Ortega.

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