Making Movies
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Making Movies

Joe's Pub

August 15

Advance Price: $15
Door Price: $20

Doors at 9PM
Show at 9:30PM

Making Movies blends pulsing Afro-Latino rhythms, psychedelic jams and rock ’n’ roll swagger into powerful live performances, full of theatrics and cathartic climaxes. Armed with the ambitious and politically charged 2017 release I Am Another You — “lyrically and sonically one of the best albums of the year,” NPR raved — and a companion EP, You Are Another Me, the Kansas City band punches out one high-energy song after another. The foursome showcases their Latin American roots, with frontman Enrique Chi incorporating traditional instruments like the Panamanian mejorana alongside electric guitar, or the Chaurand brothers swapping drums and percussion for a dueling zapateado huasteco, a traditional form of dance from Veracruz, Mexico.

The band's political idea is straightforward enough that they can express it in four words: “We are all immigrants.”

Making Movies will be joined onstage by three key members of New York's Latin music scene: singer and founder of Afro-Latino Fest, Mai-Elka Prado, and Latin Grammy winners Mireya Ramos and Shae Fiol of the all-women Mariachi group, Flor De Toloache

The artist will donate their proceeds from this performance to benefit the non-profit RAICES, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency that promotes justice by providing free and low-cost legal services to underserved immigrant children, families, and refugees in Texas.

“Lyrically and sonically one of the best albums of the year” - NPR

"A pointed social statement from a group who's sound is its own form of protest" – KUTX, Austin

“Making Movies is breaking down barriers for Latinos in the US Heartland” – Remezcla

“the band synthesizes what’s happening in ... Latin music better than anyone else out there today.” — MTV

“... tough to classify into one genre, which ... makes them that much more appealing.” — CNN en Español

"Dizzying yet cohesive, like the soundtrack for some yet un-written film." – American Songwriter Magazine