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Blueghost PR announces QUIERO CLUB's US invasion with "Nueva America"

posted Jan 12, 2009, 1:15 PM by Vu Nguyen
From Blueghost

We here at Blueghost Publicity are excited to start the New Year with one of Mexico's most exciting bands - QUIERO CLUB, an eclectic mix of electro-dance, punk attitude, and good time party vibes in the same vein as CSS, Le Tigre, Peaches, M.I.A., Bonde do Role, and Madonna.  With an acclaimed release of their bi-lingual Nueva America in Mexico right before the holidays, QUIERO CLUB is gearing up to hit the rest of North America and beyond.  Nueva America is now available in the States on iTunes and eMusic.

QUIERO CLUB has also come to be known for their bright and entertaining music videos which can be watched on the band's myspace site: QUIERO CLUB on MySpace.

CD promos are very limited so please get in touch should you like to receive one.

More information and a music stream can be found at

QUIERO CLUB on HOME ARTISTS PAGE

(English text coming soon!)

Scroll down to read more about Nueva America and watch the video "The Flow"

 

Quiero Club dances with "The Flow" through the deserts of "Nueva América"

Gigantic dunes, unexplainable dancing rituals, free falling jumps and mysterious monolithic objects make you swirl and twirl on Quiero Club's video for their most recent single "The Flow", extracted from their infectious sophomore release Nueva América, available on iTunes and digital stores throughout the US, Europe, Asia and Africa and, of course, Nueva América.

"The Flow" was groovily produced by Jason Roberts (responsible for international hits like "Comprendes Mendes" and "Sí, Señor" by Control Machete and "Mr. P Mosh" by Plastilina Mosh), and has been invading dancefloors in such diverse latitudes as Guadalajara, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Barcelona, (and of course, Nueva América). 

And well, you might be guessing... who the heck are Quiero Club? They are one of the most talked about up and coming bands from Monterrey, Mexico, an intelligently quirky quintet that although owes a debt to B52s, Cansei de Ser Sexy, M.I.A. and Le Tigre, effectively manages to deliver a unique mixture of swinging new wave extravaganzas and futuristic dance-inspired glamour.

It is no coincidence that Quiero Club have become festival favorites in their country (Marlboro MX Beat, Bacardí B-Live, Mototola Motorockr Fest and Vive Latino), have been picked up by American Apparel to perform at their outlet parties in LA and have their songs synchronized in The swirl and twirl on Quiero Club's video for their most recent single "The Flow", extracted from their infectious sophomore release Nueva América, available on iTunes and digital stores throughout the US, Europe, Asia and Africa and, of course, Nueva América.

"The Flow" was groovily produced by Jason Roberts (responsible for international hits like "Comprendes Mendes" and "Sí, Señor" by Control Machete and "Mr. P Mosh" by Plastilina Mosh), and has been invading dancefloors in such diverse latitudes as Guadalajara, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Barcelona, (and of course, Nueva América).

And well, you might be guessing... who the heck are Quiero Club? They are one of the most talked about up and coming bands from Monterrey, Mexico, an intelligently quirky quintet that although owes a debt to B52s, Cansei de Ser Sexy, M.I.A. and Le Tigre, effectively manages to deliver a unique mixture of swinging new wave extravaganzas and futuristic dance-inspired glamour.

It is no coincidence that Quiero Club have become festival favorites in their country (Marlboro MX Beat, Bacardí B-Live, Mototola Motorockr Fest and Vive Latino), have been picked up by American Apparel to perform at their outlet parties in LA and have their songs synchronized in The L Word. And a lot more coming...

 

Wait no more and dive into "The Flow"'s dunes

 

Quiero Club will be touring Latin America, US, Europe, Japan (and Nueva América) in 2009! (And looking for distribution, booking, publishing and enhancement alliances in other territories)

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