Davila 666 has dubbed their music “Latin Lingo for Rats and Gringos,” but it might appeal to anyone. The Puerto Rican garage punks sing in Spanish but their potent mix of sixties pop hooks and skuzzy rock ‘n’ roll has won them fans all over the world – many of whom don’t know or care what they’re singing about. When we brought them to New York’s Dominion NY to play some hits from their latest album, Tan Bajo, we found out why. To put it simply, raw power like this needs no translation. It doesn’t even need a passport.