Thursday, November 14, at the Hurricane.

Agua Dulce 

Thursday, November 14, at the Hurricane.

As a quietly simmering melting pot for American music's best elements, Southern California plays a unique and crucial role. Agua Dulce takes this tradition to fresh places, making its own persuasive argument for the unifying nature of Chicano music. With lead vocals generally in English and additional vocals in Spanish and Portuguese, Agua Dulce performs an unusually accessible blend of Afro-Cuban, rumba, salsa, samba, reggae, funk and hip-hop styles. The Source celebrated the "spicy, sexy" sound of the band's debut, which blends classical, Brazilian and rock guitars that move from lacy delicacies to searing, arena-sized furies.

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