Cool and fiery at once, Venezuela’s Los Amigos Invisibles pack an inferno’s worth of disco combustion into every sweaty dance party. Like Roxy Music, or the house band in a Pedro Almodóvar movie, their slightly chilly veneer only makes the inevitable explosion all the more potent. The Invisibles’ latest album, Commercial, is packed with tunes no less epic than the homeland hits they covered on 2006’s Superpop Venezuela.
Sat., Nov. 28, 11 p.m., 2009
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