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Chicago post-punk band La Rosa Noir makes waves with its debut ‘Arellano’

Fans of Johnny Cash, Television and the Beach Boys can sink their teeth into this new melting pot of classic genres.


The band’s songs have changed over many years of performing, and listening to the polished and orchestrated studio album, Arellano, you can tell.

The two founders of the local indie band La Rosa Noir join Reset to talk about their Chicano heritage, musical inspirations and the new album.

GUESTS: Yeshi Regalado, frontwoman

Jannese Espino, lead guitarist

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