Los Amigos Invisibles Grammy winner Album “COMMERCIAL”

Los Amigos Invisibles

Since their 1995 debut, this multiple Grammy-nominated group and Latin Grammy Winners for best alternative Album has developed a sound based in the gozadera, an irresistible fusion of Latin rhythms with fiery funk and lounge music. After discovering one of their albums in a record shop, David Byrne signed the band to his label Luaka Bop, which in turned opened international doors for the group, helped them expand their sound, and helped establish them in the dance music scene. On this album, they enlisted a variety of special guests from Jorge Gonzalez (of Chilean rock legends Los Prisioneros) to Mexican songstress Natalia Lafourcade. Their most accessible work yet.

Credits on the album for Mixing on track  12. Merengue Killa and 13. Dubi-Dubi

For Los Amigos Invisibles, it has been over 60 countries visited, 1 Latin Grammy + 2 Latin Grammy nominations, 2 Grammy (NARAS) nominations, 6 studio albums, 1 live DVD+2CD, 1 record label, 19 years in the music business, and with high hopes to continue to do what they love to do.

2010 January marks the release of “Commercial” in Australia followed by a tour throughout the country that would take them to such prestigious venues as the Queensland Performing Arts Center in Brisbane and the World Of Music, Arts and Dance Festival in Adelaide; whilst receiving rave reviews from the local press. In the spring, “Commercial” is released in both Spain and Argentina where Los Amigos Invisibles continue their promotional tour to sellout shows in both continents. In the summer, the band participates in festivals such as The Couleur Cafe in Belgium; Pirineos Sur in Spain; and Bonnaroo, Central Park Summerstage and Lollapalooza in the USA.