Thursday, November 29, 2007

Cafe Tacuba in concert tonight in L.A.

“one of the greatest shows I’ve ever-seen, by anybody, in any language… Café Tacuba is the shit. Hands down, they’re the greatest band in Mexican alternative music. Café Tacuba have already delivered eight masterly albums, including their most recent effort, Sino. Live, they kill”

With Their Epic Single "Volver a Comenzar" Claiming a SIXTH Straight Week At #1 on Radio & Records’ “Rock Alternativo” Chart And New Album SINO Hailed As: “the best rock record of 2007, period”…

CAFÉ TACVBA Perform November 29th At The Gibson Amphitheatre

“The group remains the marquee name in Spanish-language rock… Nobody has come along to seriously challenge the stature and influence of Café Tacuba” – Los Angeles Times

“Café Tacuba, has been Mexico's pre-eminent rock band for [over a] decade, and it keeps getting better and more ambitious… better than almost all other rock these days… one of the most important bands in the hemisphere… a smart, cosmopolitan band with a broad streak of lighthearted surrealism” The New York Times

WHO: GRAMMY Winning Latin Rock Icons CAFÉ TACVBA
WHAT: Perform In Los Angeles In Support Of Highly Praised New Album SINO
WHEN: November 29, 8:15 PM

“This isn't just the best Café Tacuba album or the best Rock Latino disc of the year;
it may be the best rock record of 2007, period”- Washington Post

“References Sex Pistols…Who’s Next...& Pet Sounds… freewheeling eclecticism… pure Tacuba”- Rolling Stone

“extraordinary… stunning…rank[s] with the best of rock in any language” – Newsday

“hands-down Mexico's most important rock band… the sheer musicianship of "Sino" makes it one of those rare efforts where it is experimental & artful while being enjoyably listenable all at the same time” – Associated Press

“FOUR STARS - A new millennium Latin rock classic” – New York Post

“FOUR STARS-splendidly intelligent, adventurous, original & whimsical… Sino is just gorgeous”-Miami Herald

“FOUR STARS - Café Tacuba remain on top of their game…a genre-transcending force”-Philadelphia Inquirer

“FOUR STARS… Café Tacvba is seductive… it is in Sino were the creative and musical maturity [of the band] achieves perfect balance.”-Rolling Stone (Mexico-translated)

“Sino is Café Tacuba outdoing itself… an epic album that not only dwarfs the competition, but annihilates it…strictly [on] music, no one can touch Tacuba” – San Antonio Current

“The most exciting album of the year” – La Onda Tropical or

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