Urban Latin with Novalima and Chicha Libre

If "Peru" only reminds you of Machu Picchu and panpipes, then you will get a whole new impression today. The following two Urban Latin CDs impressively combine tradition and modernity, and the mix of different sounds make them 100% suitable for the dancefloor. Here are two translated comments of the "notes"-magazine:

Novalima: Coba Coba

The music of the Peruvian black minority with new pride on the dancefloor - a surprisingly organic and danceable complete work of art between the rhythms of the bluesy Landó and the graceful Marinera on the traditional side, and Dub, Broken Beat, Salsa and HipHop from the club corner.

Novalima: Coba Coba

Chicha Libre: Sonido Amazonico

A surprising Latin cocktail from Brooklyn, NYC - stirred and shaken from Peruvian Chicha-musik from the 1970s, full of surf guitars, psychedelic Moog/ Farfisa sounds and hot Cumbia-versions of Satie and Ravel.

Chicha Libre: Sonido Amazonico
Soundtrack: El Último Aplauso
Cuban Roots
 

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Friday, 01 July 2022