Familia, hope everybody had a good start to the new year !! After more than a month under ice we can see some green but we still need some help to get out the cold of the hearts….so still spinning the hotest Cumbias to get a bit of the Tropical Heat.
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Cumbia No 1 – Frente Cumbiera – Ananas Tornillo. Riding a guacharaca, el FRENTE CUMBIERO travels incessantly through the Cumbialand. Exploring both the roots and the new trends, they point their headlights towards the most popular musical style in all the American Continent: CUMBIA!! And they got an Album wich was just named by differnt blogs to the Album of 2010 – Frente Cumbiero meets the Mad Professor.
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Cumbia No 2 – Los Macuanos – Ritmo de Amor. Armed initially with only a laptop, a sequencer and a shoddy wooden güiro, Los Macuanos have surfaced as one of the most promising acts in modern electronic music. Though emerging in the wake of the burgeoning global bass scene, and strongly situated in the continuum of Tijuana electronic music, Los Macuanos nonetheless go beyond this spectrum, in a sound that is wholly their own. The Tune is from the Album El Fin wich you could download here for free. Soundcloud – Facebook – Vimeo
Cumbia No 3 – Pernett -Ponte Firme. Humberto Pernett was born in Barranquilla, Colombia, and grew up in the
mid of this citys famous carnival atmosphere. Since early childhood he was captivated by music, and curiosity made him his own teacher. This musical experience shaped Pernetts own rhythms and styles: folklore produced with electronic instruments.
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Cumbia No 4 – El Gato – En tus tierras bailare. A remix of La Tigresa del Oriente, Wendy Sulca and Delfin Quishpe’s song against prejudice made by Joaquin “El Gato” Ponce desde Mexico D. F. -> Caminando por Israel un amorsito encontraré…
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Cumbia No 5 – Vakero ft. Don Omar – Que Mujer tan chulo (De la Fuente Remix) So Reggaeton died tragicly at the end of 2009 but there are survivors !! And they still havn’t lost all their musical fantasy.
Amigos y Amigas, Familia, Cumbiamberos en todo el planeta – hasta la proxima !! Y siempre recuerdas – El segundo Domingo cada mes! Viva la Cuuuumbia!
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