The Mexican band Cafe Tacuba record its new album in Los Angeles and in three Latin American cities, and invite its fans to be part of this experience, “the subjects show social concerns but have their poetic language”.
Buenos Aires (Argentina), Santiago (Chile), Los Angeles (United States) and the Federal District (Mexico) are the four cities that will frame the public will have recordings.
In an interview, Ruben Albarran, lead singer of the group, confirmed that next Monday will come to Buenos Aires to begin the work of these new material previously unreleased tracks.
“There are four cities that recorded the album with unreleased tracks that will be ready for September”. Albarran said, adding that in August officially begin their tour at the moment because “we are fully involved in the album”.
He noted that this material will be very special record, as recorded in public issues, to give back a little to those fans that have been with him for over two decades, “is that our idea”.
He said not yet has the dynamic that fans will select who will accompany disc recordings.
“It is the experience of recording it will also be memorable for both parties”, said the musician, who acknowledged that due to commitments to social causes, the times for the project are tight musical.
“They are very good the themes and in them we do allusion to the social worries, having a reflexive character and a poetic language”, commented Albarran, who did not want to advance the name of this project and tour.
At present, the musician forms part of the collective one Aho, which supports the defense of the sacred zone of Wirikuta, in San Luis Potos
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