We’re excited to announce our upcoming record ALGIERS which will be out early September 2012 via Anti Records in the North and South America and City Slang in Europe! We had a great time in New Orleans with director, Zack Spiger making the video for “Para”, the first song off the new album – enjoy the song and the video and see you on tour this Fall:
Watch the episode of Live from the Artists Den with Amos Lee featuring Calexico. The episode was recorded at the historic Fox Theatre in Tucson, Arizona – excited to have been a part of the special performance!
Calexico is proud to announce, Road Atlas 1998-2011, which collects the band’s 8 self-released tour albums in vinyl format for the first time ever (previously only available as CDs at Calexico’s live concerts). As described by journalist Fred Mills, “you hold what the members of Calexico describe as their Road Atlas, and as a kind of alternate musical history of the band, it makes for quite a trip.”
CALEXICO . ROAD ATLAS 1998-2011
Hand Numbered Vinyl Box Set
Limited Edition 1,100 Worldwide
12 Vinyl LPs (Four Single LP Albums, Four Double LP Albums) + Bonus MP3s
40 Page Book – Photos, Handwritten Notes, Liner Notes By Fred Mills
Screen Printed Linen Wrapped Slip Case
Release Date: November 22, 2011
Road Map LP (originally released on CD, 1999)
Travelall LP (originally released on CD, 2000)
Aerocalexico 2LP (originally released on CD, 2011)
Scraping 2LP (originally released on CD, 2002)
The Book And the Canal 2LP (originally released on CD, 2005)
Toolbox LP (originally released on CD, 2007)
Ancienne Blegique . Live In Brussels 2LP (originally released on CD, 2008)
Circo . A Soundtrack by Calexico LP (originally released on CD, 2010)
Excited to be once again be performing at the Rialto Theatre in Tucson for All Souls Day on November 6, 2011! The show will follow the annual All Souls Procession in Tucson and is being presented by Many Mouths, One Stomach as well as the Rialto.
Above video is the trailer for “Flor de Muertos,” partially recorded during 2010 All Souls Procession and featuring Calexico’s show from the same year – the film examines the the cross-cultural collisions regarding death along the US and Mexico border and features interviews by many artists from Tucson including good friend Salvador Duran.
Sunday, September 18, Calexico will be a part of “Monstrosa: An Evening of Latin Music” along with Depedro and Sergio Mendoza y la Orkesta in addition to other local acts. Catch the acts starting 9:00pm at Plush in Tucson. For full line up and set times click here!