Ignacio "Nacho" Llantada
Mauricio "Sanchez" Sanchez
Pablo Gonzalez Sarre
Cesareo R. Castillo
Edgar "Cholo" Lozano
Los Claxons is a Mexican pop rock band from Monterrey, Mexico, initially formed in 2004. Its members include: Ignacio Llantada (vocals, guitar, piano), Mauricio Sánchez (vocals, guitar), Edgar "Cholo" Lozano (electric guitar), Pablo Gonzalez Sarre (bass, guitar), and Cesareo Castillo (drums).
The band started playing locally, which resulted in their recognition around Monterrey. Signed to the label Movic Records, Los Claxons released their first album Sin Ganga in 2004 where hit singles like "Personajes" and "Mis Manos Necias" led to their expansion throughout Mexico. This first album was recorded at El Cielo recording studios, a joint music studio located within Movic Records.
Ever since, the band has gained great exposure and popularity around Mexico, sharing the stage with artists like Maroon 5. They have recorded over 6 albums including Un Día De Sol co-produced by the band and 16-time Grammy winner, Thom Russo. They also composed songs for the movie Cantinflas alongside other notable artists including Enrique Bunbury, Aleks Syntek, and La Santa Cecilia. In October 2015, Los Claxons released their 6th studio album "Centro, Sur y al Otro Lado" produced solely by them, which debuted #1 on iTunes Mexico and US, was in the Top 3 category of CD sales in Mexico and their single "Hasta Que Vuelvas a Verme" charted within the Top 5 chart in Mexican radio.