The latest exponents that spawned the legacy left by Soda Stereo (whose leader, Gustavo Cerati, rests in a deep sleep) and all the pop Latin movement of the eighties are a set of MySpaceras bands that can be found throughout Latin America.
Candy 66 is a Venezuelan Alternative Metal Band that formed in Caracas in 1998. Their fame came to hand in 2000 when the Band won the Festival Nuevas Bandas (New Bands Festival) and began receiving a better exposure and winning fans in the Venezuelan metal scene.
La Mar is an instrumental rock (post-rock post-metal) band from Caracas, Venezuela, formed in 2009. The band has, so far, published a selftitled studio album on 2012 and a second album titled "Tides", on July 20, 2014.
Lasso may refer to: 
The solo recordings of one Andrew John Tar Catlin. An ever shifting and expanding songwriter, instrumentalist, and producer from Kalamazoo, MI. Also a member of band, The Go Rounds. 
Luz Verde is a venezuelan rock & roll band. They began in 1995 in Caracas, Venezuela. They are now living in Barcelona, Spain. Its members are Willbert Álvarez, Eduardo benatar, Carlos Mendoza and Pedro Misle.
Having played in several bands such as Boom Boom Clan, Elaine and Ulises Hadjis live band; IL Gimón started to make music for his own project. He is the first musical project from Caracas signed on the Maracaibo-based Entorno Doméstico.