"Corre El Caballo" TOUR
As we approach the Chicago skyline in the distance, we can't help but be grateful to have made it home safely. After two long weeks on the road, we are equally grateful for all of the amazing people, artists, friends, and family who supported us along the way on our Corre Caballo Tour–an amazing experience all around. It was an a honor to represent Latino music from the city of Chicago at every stop. We leave you with one final image of us on tour at Ohm Recording Facility in Austin, Texas–we hope to release some of the music we documented on the road in the near future... Thanks to DJ Chorizo Funk, Hi-Tones, Peligrosa, Empire Control Room & Garage, Music Under the Stars - El Paso, Bowie Feathers, club congress, El Tambó, Karikatura, Cumbia Machin, ¡Aparato!, Olmeca, Quetzal, The Floricanto Center for the Performing Arts, Clandestino, Nosotros, National Hispanic Cultural Center, Radio Pulso Del Barrio, Fusion Magazine, KTEP 88.5 FM. A special thanks to Hector, Teo, @gomezatx, @zpvisual, @chichadust, @el_tejarocho,@nosotrosmusic, the Martínez family in El Paso, and all the friends and familia who came out in San Diego & Burque! Un fuerte Abrazo!
MUSIC VIDEO PREMIERE
Here it is! The debut of our official video for "Corre Caballo" in all of its ghostly lucha libre psychedelia glory! Mil gracias to the amazing work of director Eddie Bragin and of course Maria Paz and Zarine—un fuerte abrazo! Enjoy!
Check out what the great people at Gozamos.com had to say about "Corre El Caballo" tour, RuidoFest performance, and video.
It’s finally here! After several sessions at Alebrije Studios and loads of hard work, sweat, and tears (of joy), Dos Santos: Anti-Beat Orquesta has released their independently produced debut album along with a 7” vinyl single with (((SONORAMA))) Discos. The CD includes a healthy dose of cumbias, Latin funk & soul, and plenty of new material, in addition to collaborations with Hip Hop artist Olmeca and DJs Sound Culture and Afroqbano.
PRESS & REVIEWS
Felix Contreras of NPR's Alt.Latino caught the band's official ChicagoMade showcase performance at SXSW. Listen to their SXSW wrap-up episode, which kick's off with Dos Santos!
"It seems only a matter of time before the combo becomes a key player on the country’s world-music circuit," says Peter Margasak of the Chicago Reader. Read his review of our debut album.
Don Macica at Agúzate writes "Simply put, Dos Santos owned the stage, pouring out everything they had in a tightly scripted hour and a half set. Everything was on the line, and the band met the challenge head on." Continuing reading.