Gates Of Gold, the group's first album of new material in five years, practically bursts with the spirit of exploration that has marked Los Lobos' best work over the years. Musically and culturally, the band speaks to its audience in a way few others have or could.
In this edition of Sounds Eclectic, host Nic Harcourt plays new, upcoming and recent releases from Eliot Smith, Sigur Ros, Willie Nelson and many more. Featuring a live in-studio performance by Los Lobos.
On this edition of Sounds Eclectic, host Nic Harcourt plays new, upcoming and recent releases from Rilo Kiley, Johnathan Rice, and the latest from Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazelwood. Plus a live in-studio performance from Los Lobos, all this and much more on the next Sounds Eclectic.
Los Lobos are more than just a band, they're an institution. And not just a Los Angeles institution, as their 1978 album, Just Another Band from East L.A., satirically alerts us. They are an international, Grammy-Award-winning, alternative rock (in the truest sense of the phrase) institution, whose newest release, Tin Can Trust, only proves the point.