El Tule celebrates ‘Cuatro’ album release

El Tule
El Tule

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.


Author: Nancy Flores

Nancy Flores is a features writer who covers general assignments including Latino culture for the Austin American-Statesman and Austin360.

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