You can help by adding links to División Minúscula is a Mexican alternative rock band from Matamoros, Tamaulipas.
The group was formed in 1996 by brothers Javier Caballero Blake and Alejandro Caballero Blake, two of the five members who will make up the group>. They will then recruit Efrén Barón, supported by Toy Hernández from the Control Machete group, who will present them to the Sones del Mexside label >>>.
It was only in 2001 that they released their first album, entitled Extrañando casa, under the label of the label Sones del Mexside>. This album includes a total of thirteen tracks including Televidente and Cursi, which come out as singles. The group later appeared in the album Nuevos tiempos, viejos amigos, produced by Class Music, and collaborating on the song Betty Boop, which originally appeared on their debut album.
In 2011, to celebrate the ten years of the album, they embark on two special dates, on April 30 in Monterrey, Café Iguana, and July 30 in Mexico City, José Cuervo Salón.