A performance-oriented Latin dance music group from Venezuela heavily indebted to funk and disco (using a dash of acidity jazz), los Amigos Invisibles made a huge splash within their homeland in 1995 making use of their debut album, AN AVERAGE and Autoctonal Venezuelan Dance Music group, which featured unusual Japanese animé-design artwork. Bandmembers Julio Briceño (vocals), José Luis Pardo (electric guitar, songwriting), Armando Figueredo (keyboards), Mauricio Arcas (raps), José Rafael Torres (bass), and Juan Manuel Roura (drums) backed their growing popularity with some underground dance celebrations at the mainly deserted night clubs of Caracas. Nevertheless, financial complications led the group to go to NY in 1997. They agreed upon with David Byrne’s Luaka Bop imprint and released their American debut, THE BRAND NEW Sound from the Venezuelan Gozadera, in 1998. Arepa 3000: A Venezuelan Trip Into Space implemented in 2000, The Venezuelan Zinga Kid, Vol. 1 in 2004, and Superpop Venezuela in 2006. In 2008, the digital-only En Una Noche Tan Linda Como Esta made an appearance on Mercury prior to the music group agreed upon to the growing Latin music label Nacional. They started their tenure there with 2009’s cool Commercial, accompanied by Reside in Soho. This is accompanied by the wildly experimental NOT Industrial (though it became popular) in 2011. Over time of seemignly limitless touring and global event appeareances, Los Amigos Invisibles going back to the studio room in 2012; they surfaced with Do it again After Me within the springtime of 2013.