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Miami based band Falseta emerged from the jungles of Hialeah in 2008. Explosive, bold and fresh, they’ve conquered South Florida's stages small and large, ranging from local live music venue favorites to impressive theaters, such as The Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Pablo Malco's Production, "Hip Hop Symphony." Their signature aggressive polyrhythmic sound and melodic voicings make for an unforgettable experience, rivaled only by their live performances. The brain child of drummer Romulo Bernal, Falseta draws its influences from a wide cross section of artists and genres. After teaming up with guitarist and long-time friend Vishnu Saiz, the band's lineup was completed with vocalist Marcus Fernandes, along with Leo Zitto on bass and Ernesto Paez on guitar. Hot off the release of the official video for their first single "Running Low On High," the band is currently adding the finishing touches to their EP, due out in early 2012. Recorded in Bazooka Studios with John Garcia, the self produced album will pay tribute to an old band project of the same name, which had almost the same line up as Falseta does today - "Perfecta."