Puta Madre Brothers 08.03.2011 Laab München

Puta Madre Brothers

Was für ein Haufen durchgeknalleter Jungs: Puta Madre Brothers aus Australien (Anto Macaroni, Pikkle Henning, Renato Vacirca) Zuviel Ozon oder heftige Drogen; wer sonst verkauft am Merchstand selbstgedrehte Zigaretten? Im gut gefüllten Laab in München gab es die mexikanischen Australier aus der Garage mit wildem Mariachi Surf Garagen Rock Mix. Im Sitzen werden von den Puta Madre Brothers 2x Gitarre, 1x Bass, dann noch Tamburin, Snare und 3x Bassdrum + 2x HiHat bedient, sehr interessant und mit den leicht verwirrten Ansagen auch ein großer Spaß. Definitiv ein Hingeher und zur Info, die 7“ Single habe ich auch gleich gekauft. Jetzt noch ein doppelter Dank an Trümmerbooking, fürs Buchen der Truppe und dass ich auch Fotos machen durfte und auch ein schnelles Interview mit Renzo.

What a crazy bunch these Puta Madre Brothers or did you ever see some Australians dress up like Mexicans and selling self rolled cigarettes at their merchandise? The music is a mix including Mexican mariachi style with a bit of surf and garage rock in it and is live lots of fun! The crowd was amused and after the show I had to buy the 7” vinyl single, all because of the good live event.

Puta Madre Brothers 08.03.2011 Interview Renzo

Who knows about the Puta Madre Brothers? I didn’t until today when I went to see them live and afterwards I got hold of Renato Vacirca (Renzo) or Chocolate (that’s what he called himself at the moment I have asked him), seems to get a good silly interview, great. Three crazy ones from Australia playing a quite interesting music style with lots of Mexican influences, too much ozone…
What is written on the flyer and on the 7″ vinyl single? Three men – no mission!

Puta Madre Brothers

RTC: Who are you and what is your job in the band?
CHOCO: I am Chocolate from the Puta Madre Brothers and my job is singing and playing guitar and drums.
RTC: Is this your first tour in Europe?
CHOCO: Yes, we played France, Austria, Switzerland and Germany.
RTC: And how is it going?
CHOCO: Beyond!
RTC: Do you speak Spanish?
CHOCO: Yes in my own special way! With every drink it gets better.
RTC: Why this Mexican style?
CHOCO: Which Mexican style?
Good one back!
RTC: If you take the groupies, do you show them the “down under man” or the “Mexican Mariachi”?
CHOCO: The down under Mariachi.
RTC: What made you start making music?
CHOCO: My mother gave birth to me, the heartbeat. I heard it in the womb.
RTC: Let me know more about your mother, how does she describe your music of Puta Madre Brothers to her neighbours?
CHOCO: My son is the most fantastic boy in the world and his music is pure gold.
RTC: Can you live of your music?
CHOCO: No, we beg, we borrow and we steal.
RTC: Imagine you are god and you are able to set up a festival of your choice, name me the five headliners (even dead people or dissolved bands)?
CHOCO: – Ritchie Valens
– The Trechiotimie Choir
– Kylie, Michael + Elvis suspended in the air
-A lot of Japanese noise
– and some new cakes
RTC: Thanks and for saying goodbye do you have a message to the world out there?
CHOCO: Our music is massage (or message hehehe)
RTC: With happy finish?
CHOCO: Yeah!
RTC: Goodbye, have a good ongoing tour and here are the pictures of the Puta Madre Brothers show.

Puta Madre Brothers, Renzo is the one with Rock The Cam on his face