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Sneak peek at Kill My Coquette EP. Mitre, a golden voice fromMexico

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Kill My Coquette, fronted by actress-model turned punk musician Natalie  Densie Sperl, is the Los Angeles quartet armed with attitude and panache, boasting vital rock and punk with a twist of designer blues. Joining  Sperl is  Dave Stucken on lead guitar, Mike Evans on bass and Kelly Hagerman on drums. Their self-titled debut EP, written and arranged by Natalie and produced by Danny McGough (Tom Waits, Social Distortion, Shivaree) is due next week, but we have a sneak peek.

MITRE is a singer, songwriter, and producer from Mexico City now living in Los Angeles and building a following in both English and Spanish in the US. His music is a blend of feelings and sounds ranging from tango, pop, Mexican music, rock and street sounds of the world. His first release, "Fugitivo" on iTunes in 2010 in Mexico, Japan, USA, Canada, and the UK exploded with fan clubs around the world.   Mitre is now touring to support his most recent album,  Depradore, in which  he is joined by the soaring voice of Irene Diaz. He joins us at 11:30 am PT to take your calls and emails


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