For the past 20 years, Café Tacvba have been one of indie rock's best-kept secrets, playing laidback, sinewy Latin-flavored alt-rock with melodies that stick in your cabeza. If the Mexico City ensemble sang in English, they might have enjoyed the same sort of success as some of the bands they've shared producers with, groups like the Flaming Lips or even Ween. It's been four years since the group put out their last album, SiNo, but they've been hinting that a new one might be coming by the end of this year.
Sun., Aug. 26, 7:30 p.m., 2012
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