Go See & Hear Amazing Music in NYC June 1, 2008: Lulacruza

These people are amazing. If you are near New York City on June 1st, you should go see thelulacruzam. You won’t be sorry!

Here’s the email I got from them tonight

“A delicate blend of untamed nature dialoguing with new technologies, Lulacruza is a cornerstone in the musical DNA of Latinamerica.”

– Revista 23, Argentina

We’ll be playing in NYC at the beginning of June with an amazing video artist; and our incredible friend Dygn will be opening for us. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see Lulacruza with live visuals in an intimate venue (please make reservations!) And forward this information to anyone in NYC who might be interested. Thanks!

Sunday June 1st, 8 pm
@ Monkey Town
Lulacruza

+ dygn
visuals by Lady Firefly

58 N 3rd Street (between Kent & Wythe)
Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Reservations: 718-384-1369 or go to www.monkeytownhq.com
$8 (they also serve delicious food)

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NEWS:::
Watch our new live mini-video/documentary: http://youtube.com/watch?v=RMRvefhAN_4
While in NYC, we will also be mixing our new album Soloina and getting ready for our South American tour in the Summer!

We hope the Spring is bringing you all a lot of beauty, understanding and expansion.
light resounding))))

ale & luis

www.lulacruza.com

“Seldom does a sound emerge so ripe and innovative. Lulacruza’s Luis Maurette and Alejandra Ortiz weave haunting female vocals with South American instruments and electronically manipulated field recordings.”
Visavis.com

“The universe of this duo spins around four elements: wind, earth, fire and especially water, creating primitive and vibrant songs. Like a nymph from the Andes Mountains, Alejandra hypnotizes you with a voice and lyrics that pay homage to Pacha Mama, mother earth to the Incas. Luis is in charge of creating the décor; an electronically processed primitive forest.”
Proyectounder.org

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