La Maganza is an artistic proposal that uses songs, characters and performance to recreate traditions, stories, legends, values and situations that take place in our country and around the world. The word maganza is one our grandparents used to refer to dipping their bread in their coffee, and the concept is brought back here to evoke childhood and strengthen the proposal by including this point of view. Their music includes varied rhythms like the huapango, northern sounds, reggae, ska and rap, constructing a varied style that has both urban and rural foundations. Through their song lyrics and poetry, they tell legends such as “the Souls’ Mass” and “the Witches with Fabric Wings”. They also tell tales about the time of the muleteers, or about the founding of Tenochtitlán. Their speciality is to show situations and characters from popular Mexican culture, including tunditos, frashicos, healers, troubadours and dancers.