Austin’s El Tule has been making crowds move since 2005 with its infectious music and danceable beats.
After dedicating two years to recording, El Tule has released its fourth independently-released album “Cuatro,” which fuses Latin rhythms with everything from funk to psychedelic grooves. Perhaps one of the album’s catchiest tunes “Pulga 290” will bring a smile to Austinites who recognize the song as an homage to the flea market on Highway 290.
El Tule collaborated with the newly-launched Hecho in Austin Records for “Cuatro,” which the band says is a natural evolution since the label “consistently (tries) new styles and platforms to reach Latin music lovers,” according to the band.
Join the album release party on June 19 from 6:30-9 p.m. at Central Market on North Lamar Boulevard or on June 20 at 9 p.m. at One-2-One Bar on South Lamar Boulevard.