“There were about 100 years between the Civil War and The Mariel Boatlift when Miami was more characterized by its Southern heritage than any worldliness. Those were the days when a cheek full of chewing tobacco, a banjo, and a jug of moonshine were the perfect remedy to a long day machete hacking through the rocky pinelands, palm trees, gators, snakes, and bobcats. You'd post up on a front porch somewheres, slug on copious amounts of blindingly strong liquor, and hoot and holler your way into the morning. Then you'd wake up and tough it through another day on one of the most vicious landscapes on the planet. That's the type of music Los Bastardos Magnificos play.”
"Don't front on this, these motherfuckers is like the Geto Boys of roots"
"Only in it's infancy stages, LBM started in November of 2009, but I wouldn't dare consider them newcomers to the musical scene. With a combined total nearing almost 30 years of performing, these fellows aren't rookies to overlook. This band of bastards create a sound not normally known to come from Miami or South Florida for that matter. LBM play a kind of country, Americana, bluegrass fusion, following in the footsteps of other outlaw country artists such as Willie Nelson, David Allan Coe, and Waylon Jennings."