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Sariñana showed an interest in music from an early age.
At seventeen, after earning a scholarship for a five-week program at the Berklee College of Music, she composed three songs for the soundtrack of the Mexican movie Amar te duele; she also played the part of "Mariana" in the film.
He also started the more rock-oriented Antemasque alongside longtime collaborator Cedric Bixler-Zavala and a rotating cast of players that included Flea, Travis Barker, Marfred Rodriguez-Lopez, and Dave Elitch.
Antemasque issued their eponymous debut album in 2014.
The album was recorded in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Uruguay.
In 2007, Ximena Sariñana acted in the movie Dos abrazos (English: Two Embraces) directed by Enrique Begne.
Dos abrazos won Sariñana an award for Best Female Actress at the 38th Diosas de Plata of Pecime awards.
In 2012, after the death of his mother, Rodriguez-Lopez decided to put the brakes on his busy solo career and begin collaborating again.
He founded experimental art-rockers Bosnian Rainbows with ex-Mars Volta member Deantoni Parks, Le Butcherettes vocalist Teri Gender Bender, and keyboardist Nicci Kasper, and released an eponymous album with the group in 2013.
Sariñana was educated at the Academia de Musica Fermatta, a performing arts school and Edron Academy, a private multi-lingual school, both located in Mexico City.