The vast majority of pop and rock music in Mexico came from what today is Mexico City, even though musicians from Guadalajara, Tijuana and Monterrey (primarily) were also getting popular. That began to change in the 90's, when some bands from Monterrey started to get vast amounts of recognition, and that artistic movement was called "Avanzada Regia" by the guys from Mexico City.
One of the bands formed in this movement was Panda, and they didn't got famous until their 3rd album, Para Ti Con Desprecio, was out in 2005.
One problem is that it seemed as if they plagiarized songs from other, much bigger bands, but just translated them to spanish, because there's lots of songs that sound like hits from Green Day, or Sum 41, maybe even My Chemical Romance.
That didn't stop them to continue making music, until the vocalist, Pepe Madero, wanted to pursue his own career, and the rest of the band decided to form another group without him (Desierto Drive).
Even with that, they are part of my top 3 artists/bands of all time, and because it's practically impossible to get any sort of official stuff from mexican artists, I decided to use Spleeter to try and get an instrumental for La Noche de la Mesa Triste... and I'm surprised this doesn't sound so bad.
This concept has been in my mind for ages, and now that I learned to use Spleeter, maybe we'll get some interesting stuff from now on.