Bay Area-based Orixa got mixed up in California Latin rock and roll scene in the first ’90s. Playing Latin ska, hip-hop, funk, and reggae, the band’s self-titled debut recording was documented in 1996, once they authorized to Aztlán Information. Furthermore, Orixa participated in two rock and roll en Español compilations known as Puro Eskanol and Aztlán Alternativo. Seen as a powerful shows and lyrics predicated on questionable social problems, the five-piece take action became probably one of the most essential local figures and was nominated for Greatest Latin ROCK-BAND in 1997’s California Music Honours. In the entire year 2000, Orixa released 2012 e.d.