Making Movies
Making Movies

Making Movies

USARock, Indie Rock
23,101 monthly listeners
  • 15.2K followers
  • 3.8K subscribers
  • 14.2K followers
  • 222 followers
  • 566 followers

Making Movies's Top Spotify Songs

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Everybody Wants to Rule the World
5.6K streams
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Amor De Mis Amores
2.3K streams
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Cuna de Vida
470 streams
4
Artist Name
No Te Calles
388 streams
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Montaña
329 streams
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Making Movies's YouTube Videos

120.5K
Views
Making Movies - Sala De Los Pecadores (Official Music Video)
Youtube
120.5K views
Apr 12, 2022
95.3K
Views
Making Movies - Porcelina ft. Tennis (Official Lyric Video)
Youtube
95.3K views
May 16, 2022
84.5K
Views

Making Movies - Sala de los Pecadores (En La Sala)

Making Movies

Making Movies - Sala de los Pecadores (En La Sala)
Youtube
84.5K views
Feb 08, 2024

Making Movies's Top Spotify Playlists in the past 3 Months

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Café con Leche
by Spotify
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Acoustic Cafe International
by Spotify
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Latin Indie Classics
by Spotify
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Folclor Nómada
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The Austin 100
by Spotify
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Events60 Events

Jun
15
Making Movies at The Sessions at McPike Park
United States
USA
, MadisonN/A Public / Outdoor
Jun
26
Marcella Simien at Mt. Crested Butte
United States
USA
, Crested ButteN/A Public / Outdoor
Jul
27
Making Movies at Concourse Park
United States
USA
, Kansas CityN/A Public / Outdoor
Aug
09
Making Movies at Planet Bluegrass
United States
USA
, LyonsN/A Public / Outdoor
Oct
02
Making Movies at Crossroads Hotel
United States
USA
, Kansas City0 - 500 Bar
May
29
Making Movies at Collage Burlesque
Spain
ESP
, Madrid500 - 1200 Club
Past
May
24
Making Movies at Jazz Dock
Czech Republic
CZE
, Prague0 - 500 Club
Past
May
19
Making Movies at Reverb Lounge
United States
USA
, Omaha0 - 500 Bar
Past
May
16
Making Movies at Swallow Hill Music
United States
USA
, Denver0 - 500 Hall
Past
May
11
Making Movies at The Emporia Granada Theatre
United States
USA
, Emporia500 - 1200 Hall
Past

Making Movies's Upcoming Events5 Events

  • Making Movies at The Sessions at McPike Park

    Making Movies
    The Sessions at McPike Park
    USA, Madison
    Public / Outdoor
  • Marcella Simien at Mt. Crested Butte

    Making Movies, Marcella Simien
    Mt. Crested Butte
    USA, Crested Butte
    Public / Outdoor
  • Making Movies at Concourse Park

    Making Movies
    Concourse Park
    USA, Kansas City
    Public / Outdoor
  • Making Movies at Planet Bluegrass

    Making Movies
    Planet Bluegrass
    USA, Lyons
    Public / Outdoor
  • Making Movies at Crossroads Hotel

    Making Movies
    Crossroads Hotel
    USA, Kansas City
    Bar0 - 500

Making Movies's Past Events55 Events

  • Making Movies at Collage Burlesque

    Making Movies
    Collage Burlesque
    ESP, Madrid
    Club500 - 1.2K
  • Making Movies at Jazz Dock

    Making Movies
    Jazz Dock
    CZE, Prague
    Club0 - 500
  • Making Movies at Reverb Lounge

    Making Movies
    Reverb Lounge
    USA, Omaha
    Bar0 - 500
  • Making Movies at Swallow Hill Music

    Making Movies
    Swallow Hill Music
    USA, Denver
    Hall0 - 500
  • Making Movies at The Emporia Granada Theatre

    Making Movies
    The Emporia Granada Theatre
    USA, Emporia
    Hall500 - 1.2K

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More about Making Movies

Overview of Indie Rock musician Making Movies

Making Movies is a Kansas City-born American band that is renowned for their distinctive fusion of Rock and Indie Rock music. Their combination of catchy guitar riffs, fast percussion, and a strong bassline that produces a sound that is both energetic and emotionally charged defines their music.

The usage of Spanish in the lyrics and the incorporation of traditional Latin American rhythms show how significantly the band's approach has been influenced by the Latin American music scene. Making Movies have developed a devoted fan base as a result of their unique genre fusion, which helps to distinguish them from other Rock and Indie Rock bands.

Making Movies have received accolades for their vivacious and upbeat live performances, which highlight their great musical chemistry and distinctive sound. They have received praise from the music business for their critically acclaimed, emotionally evocative music. Making Movies is a band that is certain to have a lasting influence on the Rock and Indie Rock music scenes thanks to their love of music and commitment to their art.

What are the most popular songs for Indie Rock musician Making Movies?

American rock and indie rock group Making Movies, from Kansas City, has produced a number of well-known songs that have received millions of spins worldwide. One of their most well-known songs, "Everybody Wants to Rule the World," has a positive rhythm and enticing lyrics that will get you up and moving. With its bouncy rhythms and upbeat tone, "Amor De Mis Amores" is another song that highlights the band's Latin influence.

Powerful song "No Te Calles" emphasizes the band's social and political activism. The band's dedication to social change is demonstrated by the song, which calls on listeners to speak out against oppression and injustice. With its strong guitar riffs and pounding drumming, "Cuna de Vida" is another song that highlights the band's distinctive fusion of rock and Latin influences.

Popular songs from Making Movies include "Sala De Los Pecadores," "XOPA," "Porcelina (feat. Tennis)," "Spinning Out," "Montana," and "Como Perdonar." Each song highlights the group's distinctive sound and exemplifies their capacity to make entertaining music that is also socially concerned.

Making Movies is a band that has largely impacted the rock and indie rock scenes by producing music that is both entertaining to listen to and socially concerned. One of the most interesting bands to watch in the music industry today, their distinctive fusion of Latin and rock influences has won them a devoted following.

What are the latest songs and music albums for Indie Rock musician Making Movies?

United States rock group Making Movies, whose most recent album, XOPA, was released in 2022, has been making waves in the music industry. The album's distinctive fusion of rock, indie rock, and Latin elements is likely to have people dancing. Through songs like "Porcelina (feat. Tennis)," "Sala De Los Pecadores," and "Calor," the band displays their musical variety and skill.

Notably, "Porcelina (feat. Tennis)" stands out as the album's high point and has a partnership with the indie-pop group Tennis. The song begins with a memorable guitar riff and progresses to an upbeat chorus, with the vocals from both bands harmonizing flawlessly. Another excellent song is "Sala De Los Pecadores," which has Spanish lyrics and a catchy tune that will make listeners want to dance.

Following the critically acclaimed ameri'kana (2019) and I Am Another You (2017) releases, which solidified Making Movies' standing in the indie rock world, comes XOPA. The band shows that they are a force to be reckoned with in the music industry by pushing boundaries and experimenting with new sounds on their most recent album.

Making Movies' most recent album, XOPA, is a testament to both their musical ability and originality. The band keeps pushing boundaries and making music that is both avant-garde and approachable to a broad audience with a distinctive fusion of rock, indie rock, and Latin influences.

Which are the most important music performances and festival appearances for Indie Rock musician Making Movies?

The Kansas City rock and indie rock group Making Movies has been creating a stir in the music business with their spectacular concerts. They have played at a number of prestigious festivals, including Summerfest, Vive Latino, and SXSW, captivating audiences. Making Movies have also given concerts at some of the most well-known locations, such as the Highline Ballroom and Mercury Lounge, where their soulful and vivacious performances have made an impression.

At Summerfest, when they played to an excited crowd and received a standing ovation, they gave one of their most memorable performances. Highlights included their performance at Vive Latino, when they demonstrated their flexibility by skillfully fusing several genres. Another outstanding performance was made by Making Movies at SXSW, where they won praise for their distinctive sound and vivacious stage presence.

Making Movies has also dazzled audiences with their explosive performances at some of the most renowned locations, such as the Tennessee Theatre and Bluebird Theater. Another standout moment was when they performed in the Foro Sol, where they played to a sizable crowd and made an impression with their electrifying music.

Making Movies has solidified their position as one of the most thrilling and avant-garde bands in the rock and indie rock scene overall. They have established themselves as an influential force in the music business thanks to their distinctive sound and fascinating performances. They continue to inspire and enthrall audiences with their music, and their appearances at prestigious festivals and illustrious locations have cemented their place in music history.

Which are the most important collaborations with other musicians for Indie Rock musician Making Movies?

The Kansas City-based rock group Making Movies has worked with numerous renowned musicians throughout the years. On the song "Amor De Mis Amores," they collaborated with the all-female mariachi band Flor de Toloache, which was one of their most notable projects. The song is a lovely fusion of traditional Mexican music and rock, with lyrics in both Spanish and English. The band's drive to experiment with new sounds and push the limits of their genre is demonstrated by their cooperation with Flor de Toloache.

The band's collaboration with Ruben Blades on the song "No Te Calles" is another noteworthy project. The song makes a strong political statement and encourages listeners to speak out against injustice. The song is elevated to new heights by Blades' vocals, which give the tune a sense of urgency and intensity. Making Movies' choice to collaborate with Blades demonstrates their dedication to utilize music as a vehicle for social change.

Though Making Movies' collaborations with other artists are undoubtedly significant, their work on the song "Montana" with Las Cafeteras stands out. The song's unique and dynamic sound is produced by blending traditional Mexican music, rock, and hip hop. The partnership between Making Movies and Las Cafeteras is an outstanding illustration of how two organizations from various genres can work together to produce something exceptional.

Last but not least, Making Movies' collaboration with Tennis on "Porcelina" demonstrates the group's capacity to produce genre-defying music. The song has a dreamy, romantic, and melancholy indie rock tone. Making Movies is one of the most intriguing bands in the contemporary indie rock scene because of their partnership with Tennis, which demonstrates their willingness to experiment with many sounds and styles.