NO TE VA GUSTAR Plan U.S. Tour; Launch “Chau” Music Video
“No Te Va Gustar’s roots lie in the sound established by Argentinean funk bands of the mid 90’s. They take the reggae/funk/ska combo pioneered by bands like Los Fabulosos Cadillacs and Bersuit, and spike it with heavy guitar riffs and spirited murga… this is definitely a band you should check out.”
– KCRW “ARTIST YOU SHOULD KNOW”
Watch No Te Va Gustar’s Video For Hit Single “Chau”; The Group’s New Album ‘Por Lo Menos Hoy’ Hits Stores Next Tuesday, June 21st
No Te Va Gustar (NTVG) Has Sold Out Their New York City Concerts Over The Past Couple Years; They Have Confirmed An Album Release Tour Up The East Coast Next Month
UPCOMING U.S. TOUR:
7/4 – Grand Central – Miami, FL
7/7 – Bowery Ballroom (LAMC) – New York, NY
7/8 – BB King Blues Club – New York, NY
7/9 – State Theater – Falls Church, VA
(Near Washington, DC)
Forming In Montevideo, Uruguay, NTVG Has Developed
Into A Stadium Act In Their Native Country, Drawing More Than 60,000
To The CD Release For Their Latest Album ‘Por Lo Menos Hoy’
With The Tremendous Success Of Lead Single “Chau,” NTVG Recently
Sold Out Four Nights At Buenos Aires’ Prestigious Arena Luna Park
Leading South American rockers No Te Va Gustar (NTVG) are set to launch their album release tour up the east coast next month. New album, ‘Por Lo Menos Hoy,’ out next week, is the group’s first proper U.S. release and sixth-career album.
Forming in the coastal city of Montevideo, Uruguay, the nine-piece group has developed into a stadium act in their native country – drawing more than 60,000 fans to the CD release show for their album ‘Por Lo Menos Hoy.’ With the tremendous success of hit single “Chau,” the new album has been a breakthrough moment for NTVG.
The album ‘Por Lo Menos Hoy’ was produced by Juanchi Baleiron of Argentine reggae icons Los Pericos. The album features a variety of special guests from acclaimed DJ Luciano Supervielle to accordionist Chango Spasiuk and a gospel chorus from Atlanta.
NTVG is a global touring machine, logging more than 100 dates around the world each year from Latin America across Europe. The group’s most recent U.S. tour included many sold-out dates previous to being supported by a local label.