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About Macaco

Dani Carbonell, who goes by the name Dani Macaco, met some of the international members of his band when they shared a Barcelona squat. The musicians in the energetic nine-piece band called Macaco are from Brazil, Camaroon, Portugal, Cuba and Argentina, as well as Spain, and their music is just as multicultural. It's impossible not to compare Macaco to fellow Barcelona resident Manu Chao. Macaco is more of a collective effort, but the music, similar to Chao's, fuses reggae, Catalan rumba and rock, and subscribes to a globally conscious message in various languages.

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Listen toMacacoon Napster

Dani Carbonell, who goes by the name Dani Macaco, met some of the international members of his band when they shared a Barcelona squat. The musicians in the energetic nine-piece band called Macaco are from Brazil, Camaroon, Portugal, Cuba and Argentina, as well as Spain, and their music is just as multicultural. It's impossible not to compare Macaco to fellow Barcelona resident Manu Chao. Macaco is more of a collective effort, but the music, similar to Chao's, fuses reggae, Catalan rumba and rock, and subscribes to a globally conscious message in various languages.

About Macaco

Dani Carbonell, who goes by the name Dani Macaco, met some of the international members of his band when they shared a Barcelona squat. The musicians in the energetic nine-piece band called Macaco are from Brazil, Camaroon, Portugal, Cuba and Argentina, as well as Spain, and their music is just as multicultural. It's impossible not to compare Macaco to fellow Barcelona resident Manu Chao. Macaco is more of a collective effort, but the music, similar to Chao's, fuses reggae, Catalan rumba and rock, and subscribes to a globally conscious message in various languages.

About Macaco

Dani Carbonell, who goes by the name Dani Macaco, met some of the international members of his band when they shared a Barcelona squat. The musicians in the energetic nine-piece band called Macaco are from Brazil, Camaroon, Portugal, Cuba and Argentina, as well as Spain, and their music is just as multicultural. It's impossible not to compare Macaco to fellow Barcelona resident Manu Chao. Macaco is more of a collective effort, but the music, similar to Chao's, fuses reggae, Catalan rumba and rock, and subscribes to a globally conscious message in various languages.