Los Amigos Invisibles have developed a sound based on the “gozadera” - an irresistible fusion of Latin rhythms with fiery funk and lounge music.
Los Amigos Invisibles moved to New York City from their hometown of Caracas, Venezuela in 2001 and entrenched themselves in the local scene.
With their electrifying live show, the group began building a considerable fan-base across the U.S. collaborating with artists such as:
- Louie Vega (Masters At Work)
- Dimitri From Paris
- Natalia Lafourcade
- Cachorro López
- Jorge Gonzalez, among others.
Los Amigos Invisibles have toured in over 60 countries.
Their recent releases include
- Their 2009 release, ‘Commercial,’ was awarded a Latin GRAMMY for “Best Alternative Album”; the band’s fifth-career GRAMMY Nomination, with hit singles such as “Mentiras”
- 2011 marked the band’s 20th anniversary and proved to be another milestone year, culminating in a GRAMMY nomination for their latest album, “Not So Commercial,” in the category of Best Latin Pop/Rock. The band also made international headlines when filmmaker Juan Miguel Marin raised $31,500 in one month, through fan donations, to fund his documentary of the band entitled, “La Casa del Ritmo.” The film received critical praise, after its placement in the Miami International Film Festival, which led to SOLD OUT theatrical releases in the US and Latin America.
- Los Amigos Invisibles returned to the studio in 2012 and spent most of the year recording their next full-length album, "Repeat After Me.”