Making Movies' song “Cuna de Vida” - from the band’s brand new album A La Deriva (released March 5 and produced by Steve Berlin) - was recently featured on AOL Spinner. Now, the young Kansas City-based band hits the road for a Spring Tour that winds through parts of the Midwest, south, and west - including a stop at Los Angeles’ Greek Theatre for Los Lobos’ Cinco de Mayo Festival. Making Movies’ complete list of currently confirmed tour dates is included below.Making Movies makes music that matters now: rhythmically adventurous, lyrically substantive, and melodically sensuous---the progressive Latino sound. Here’s what critics are saying about Making Movies:“There's no mistaking that A La Deriva is rooted in Latin music — but there are plenty of moments when you wouldn't think to file Making Movies under any genre except plain old rock. Or, yes, punk.” – Pitch"Making Movies shows us how deeply thought-out lyrics sound next to a rhythm track that somehow both propels and floats without violating the laws of physics." – NPR"…there’s a lot that’s quite unexpected about Making Movies,let alone where they call home." - Pop MattersLed by Panamanian brothers Enrique and Diego Chi (singer/songwriter/guitarist and bassist respectively) - and made complete by percussionist Juan Carlos Chaurand and drummer Brendan Culp - Making Movies has been hailed as “a rare crossover band…that embraces its heritage without being wholly defined by it” (The Pitch). Early reviews of A La Deriva give praise that “influences on the album go far beyond traditional Latin forms” - where “attitudes from early New Wave and classic alternative rock often assert themselves dominantly” and where “plenty of beautiful ugliness in the guitar work [is] also offset by…pretty moments.” (Ink Magazine)The strong rapport between Berlin (whose studio credits include Los Lobos first 2 records, Ozomatli’s Embrace The Chaos, Los Super Seven’s Canto) and the members of Making Movies is palpable, and for A La Deriva the collaboration created a sound that is “bigger, roomier and even more raucously joyous” (Ink Magazine) than the band’s first recording. Berlin was first turned on to Making Movies when the guys opened up for Los Lobos at their Kansas City show. “I was struck by the effortless way they moved between musical styles, all the while managing to make each one completely their own,” Berlin explains. “It was fairly instantaneous that I decided I wanted to work with them.”“We went into the studio thinking Steve would trim down our sound, make us sound more concise,” Enrique recently told the Kansas City Star. “But he did the opposite. He’d have us drag things out, follow our instincts and get weirder and more complex.” As to Berlin’s thoughts on the final result, he says “…it’s rare that [when producing an album] I anticipate a result and it’s a million times better than what I anticipated. This is one of those records.”Now, Making Movies gears up to bring their music nationwide.Making Movies current list of spring tour dates is as follows:Thursday, April 11 Prophet Bar Dallas TX Supporting TennisFriday, April 12 Parish Underground Austin TXSaturday, April 13 Hi-Tones San Antonio TXThursday, April 18 Frank's Austin TX Supporting ViteraFriday, April 19 Fiesta Oyster Bake San Antonio TXSaturday, April 20 Mangos Houston TX supporting Cassette Tape & Satellite BrigadeWednesday, April 24 El Paseo Bar and Grill Santa Fe NMFriday, April 26 El Cid Los Angeles CASaturday, April 27 Beerfest Bakersfield CASaturday, April 27 On the Rocks Bar and Grill Bakersfield CASunday, May 5 The Greek Theatre Los Angeles CA for Los Lobos’ Cinco de Mao FestivalThursday, May 9 Hi-Dive Denver COFriday, May 10 Jazz Haus Lawrence KSAdditional dates to be announced.