Lady Xok music lives somewhere between Future-Folk and Indie-Rock mixing Indigenous instruments, rock kits, digital sounds, and experimental performance. Inspired by the original Maya queen, Lady Xok bleeding from the tongue, front woman Rebekah Crisanta de Ybarra pulls from folk roots in Latin American Nueva Cancion and American Blues layered with distortion, minor tones, and storytelling. Lady Xok is currently working on an EP to release in the near future.
For more, check out Lady Xok's YouTube channel.
Lady Xok includes members of Curandero. Curandero, made up of Rico Simon Mendez, Xilam Balam, Felipe Cuauhtli, & Gustavo Lira mash up pre-columbian indigenous instruments with contemporary electronic elements. Read more here.
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