LATEST NEWS!

TKU + Nacional Electrónica (with Eddie Parente) have completed work on their newest collaboration: the score for Brujería y Brujulería: Enwitching Aztlan, a documentary focusing on the new wave of Chicana/o/Latina/o poets in Southern California and featuring interviews with, and poetry by: Iris de Anda, Viva Padilla, Luis Rodríguez and Matt Sedillo. 

COMING IN 2020! 

TKU + NATIONAL ELECTRÓNICA

"INVISIBLE PEOPLES"

the complete score for a contemporary dance production 

performed by 3-19 DANCE ART

choreographed by BEATRIZ EUGENIA VASQUEZ

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TKU composed the score for the play TABLEAU VIVANT presented by Encuentro Latino Los Angeles. Premiere performance on March 16, 2018 in cooperation with ICBC Tecate, Mexico.

 You are listening to

"Cuban Choir IV" from LATITUDES by Roedelius/Latosa/Gallegos

(exclusive to this website). 

In Release:

TKU & Nacional Electrónica (2017)

I SING TO THE SEA

LATITUDES

Roedelius/Latosa/Gallegos

(2016)

TKU

(2013)

LEAVING

EXTRAITS ET INTERLUDES

TKU

(2013)

TKU with Vanessa Champion

(2013)

REVERIES

TKU

(2012)

SOLDADERAS

MUSIC FROM

THE CAFE MAK

TKU

(2011)

INDIA

TKU

(2011)

MILLENNIUM APOCALYPSE:

THE DARK INSIDE YOU

INNOCENCE

César Gallegos/Mateo Latosa

 (2010)

THE HOUSE BETWEEN

TKU

2012)

TKU

(2011)

The poster art for the short film, Tenochtli, directed by ROCIO ROMERO  

THE LATEST RELEASES:

Click on album covers to go to ordering pages.

The second (and latest) in the Latitudes series of albums, I Sing to the Sea is the collaboration of Nacional Electrónica and TKU. Recorded in La Habana in summer 2015, elements of this album serve as the score to the short documentary, Latitudes de Latinidad en América, directed by José Prado.

LATITUDES is a nearly 72-minute long excerpt from the music installation by Hans-Joachim Roedelius, Mateo Latosa and César Gallegos for "Latitudes de Latinidad en América", an exhibition of photography of Cuba by artist, Raúl Menjívar. The exhibition was held at the California State University, Domínguez Hills University Library Cultural Art Center from March 18 to June 15, 2014. 

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