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By Hanna Fisher
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Cousins record album in pillow factory in Mukilteo

Tio Nacho's House inspired by traditional Peruvian house party.


Last updated 3/17/2022 at 6:47am

Tio Nacho's House

Tio Nacho's House band members, from left: guitarist Ricky Hoyos, bassist Nick Bolaño, vocalist Roberto Hoyos. Not pictured: drummer Je'Warren Coles.

Seattle-based cousins Roberto and Ricky Hoyos discovered their musical chemistry right before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, which led to the formation of their band, Tio Nacho's House.

The band's music is inspired by their Peruvian roots, and pays homage to their family and their culture.

Inspired by a traditional Peruvian house party, Tio Nacho's House recorded their first EP, "Here's to You," in a pillow warehouse, Throwboy, that Roberto has rented in Mukilteo for three years.

During the pandemic, he converted it into a recorded studio.

"We continue to record and there, and are pla...

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Reader Comments(1)

Deborah Arthur writes:

Hello! I love doing this and do it often. I think you are very good. I listened to all on SoundCloud. I liked your lyrics and I think I would like to see you. I heard your Prince in two songs and I heard the Beetles in the last song. I hear what you mean by that. Good job. Keep it going. Xo Deb More but Enough For Prince and Remember for Beetles. One other for Prince too. Subtle but there for sure. Good job IMHO.


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