No Te Va Gustar: "Our Life Is Music, That's All We Know"

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In the two decades since adopting its amusing handle, this eight-piece band's sound -- a distinctive fusion of rock, pop, reggae, traditional Uruguayan folk -- has consistently evolved. But one thing has remained unchanged: a shared musical passion.

"We are a curious group of people and are always listening to new music and are always influenced by different sounds," admits Bartaburu.

"Every album is a refection of what we feel at the moment. It's also about our life experiences. On El Calor del Pleno Invierno, [or The Midwinter Heat, the band's latest album], we incorporated a more electronic, powerful sound with deeper drums."

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