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Mauricio Sotelo

Mauricio Sotelo
Country
Mexico
Profile
Mauricio Sotelo is a Mexican multi-instrumentalist best known as a member of Cabezas de Cera. He plays Stick as well as a variety of custom-made string instruments.
Website
http://cabezasdecera.com.mx
Related articles (6)
Releases on file (10)
Mauricio Sotelo — Envés - Cordófonos & Loops Mauricio Sotelo — Envés - Cordófonos & Loops
(El Angelito Editor no#, 2018, CD)
Cabezas de Cera — Música en Escala de Grises Cabezas de Cera — Música en Escala de Grises
(Fonarte Latino CDFL 1672, 2015, CD)
Cabezas de Cera — Hermandad Cabezas de Cera — Hermandad
(Fonarte CDFL-1539, 2012, CD)
Various Artists — Romantic Warriors: A Progressive Music Saga Various Artists — Romantic Warriors: A Progressive Music Saga
(Zeitgeist Media 1, 2010, DVD)
Cabezas de Cera — Hecho en México Cabezas de Cera — Hecho en México
(El Angelito Editor no#, 2007, CD)
Alonso Arreloa / LabA — Música Horizontal Alonso Arreloa / LabA — Música Horizontal
(Intolerancia no#, 2007, CD)
Cabezas de Cera — Fractal Sónico Cabezas de Cera — Fractal Sónico
(El Angelito Editor no#, 2005, CD)
Cabezas de Cera  — Metalmúsica / Aleaciones Aleatorias Cabezas de Cera — Metalmúsica / Aleaciones Aleatorias
(El Angelito Editor CDCCD03/04, 2004, 2CD)
Cabezas de Cera — Un Segundo Cabezas de Cera — Un Segundo
(El Angelito Editor no#, 2002, CD)
Cabezas de Cera  — Cabezas de Cera Cabezas de Cera — Cabezas de Cera
((Not on label) no#, 2000, CD)

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