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Cat: SNDWCD 049. Rel: 24 Sep 12
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Guaracha UFO (No Estamos Solos)
  2. Desesperanza
  3. Salsa Caliente (version aumentada)
  4. La Gitana Me Ha Dejado (salsa electronica)
  5. Salsa Del Zombi (Perseguido Por Alegres Buitres)
  6. Soy El Pinchadiscos Del Amor
  7. Homenaje A La Mujer Colombiana
  8. Fiesta ((Con El Whiskey Del Folclore))
  9. Guaracha UFO (version rebajada)
Review: Although hardly well known, the work of Bogota's Eblis Alvarez under the Meridian Brothers pseudonym is highly regarded by those in the know. This is largely down to a handful of productions that take Latin funk and soul into trippy new territory. Desesperanza, Alvarez's first full-length for Soundway, continues this theme, coming on like the results of a particularly vivid acid trip, deep in the Colombian rainforest. While tropical and undoubtedly Latin in construct, the constant use of psychedelic elements and mind-bending production techniques gives it a particularly blurry hue. It's a bit disarming at first, but explore further and you'll find a brilliant set of weird and wonderful "tropical psyche" gems.
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out of stock $10.55
Cat: STAUB 128. Rel: 30 Aug 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Los Falsos Reyes Magos
  2. El Enamorado
  3. Te Odio (Te Amo?)
  4. Sostengan Al Angel Entusiasta
  5. Cancion Del Moderno Templario
  6. Escuchen El Grito Del Tigerillo
  7. Cancion De Invierno
  8. El Jazz Del Chupasangres
  9. El Ganadero Del Futuro
  10. Devocion
  11. Sigan Al Minero Hasta La Escala (Amirbar)
  12. Coplas Para Cantar Al Atardecer
out of stock $14.88
Cat: STAUB 128LP. Rel: 30 Aug 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Los Falsos Reyes Magos
  2. El Enamorado
  3. Te Odio (Te Amo?)
  4. Sostengan Al Angel Entusiasta
  5. Cancion Del Moderno Templario
  6. Escuchen El Grito Del Tigerillo
  7. Cancion De Invierno
  8. El Jazz Del Chupasangres
Review: Colombian troubadours Meridian Brothers are a slippery bunch caught somewhere between traditional Latin folk music, jazz and electronics, winding up sounding like a raw and psychedelic adventure through a dizzying array of ideas. That's certainly the result across this collection of archive tracks released appropriately enough on equally wayward proposition Staubgold. "Los Falsos Reyes Magos" sports a krautrock tone in amidst its wobbly guitars and insistent vocals, while "El Enamorado" lilts and sways with strings and brushed drums over sub-testing synth. Elsewhere "Sostengan Al Angel Entusiastia" rolls on a dubby rhythm, and that's just a small snapshot of the styles and ideas traversed across this captivating album.
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out of stock $16.77
Cat: SNDW 7019. Rel: 17 Apr 13
Funk/Reissues
  1. Niebla Morada (Purple Haze)
  2. Juego Traicion
out of stock $8.65
Cat: NYCT 7009. Rel: 07 Jun 12
Funk/Reissues
  1. Escuchen El Grito (edit)
  2. Sostengan Al Angel (instrumental)
out of stock $6.22
Cat: SNDWCD 064. Rel: 12 Aug 14
International
  1. Somos Los Residentas
  2. Salvadora Robot
  3. De Mi Caballo, Como Su Carne
  4. Un Principe Miserable Y Malvado
  5. Doctor Trompeta
  6. El Gran Pajaro De Los Andes (instrumental)
  7. La Tristeza/Invitando A Salvadora
  8. Jefe Indio Vengara
  9. Del Preso Que Va A La Silla Electrica Por Ofensa A La Moral Colombiana
  10. El Festival Vallenato
Review: Last seen presenting a retrospective of the past six years of recordings for the Staubgold label, Bogota's finest composer Eblis Alvarez returns to the Soundway label with Salvadora Robot, a rather fine fourth studio album as Meridian Brothers. Very much in line with the oddball nature of previous Meridian Brothers albums, Salvadora Robot is perhaps Alvarez's most ambitious set to date with each of the ten tracks delving deeper into the tropical rhythms of South America and twisting different Latin music styles into wild new shapes. Everything from Bossa Nova to Dominican Republic merengue via reggaeton is treated with dizzying skill by Alvarez for a most interesting album.
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Desesperanza (180 gram vinyl LP + free MP3 download code)
Cat: SNDWLP 049. Rel: 01 Nov 12
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Fiesta (Con El Whiskey Del Folclore)
  2. Desesperanza
  3. Guaracha UFO (No Estamos Solos...)
  4. La Gitana Me Ha Dejado (salsa electronica)
  5. Salsa Del Zombie (Perseguido Por Alegres Buitres)
  6. Salsa Caliente (version aumentada)
 in stock $15.96
Cat: SNDWLP 078. Rel: 11 Mar 16
International
  1. Vertigo (3:26)
  2. Dinamita (3:50)
  3. Delirio (3:34)
  4. Contienda (3:32)
  5. Ilidio (3:31)
  6. Lagrima (3:09)
  7. Cazador (3:47)
  8. Amargura (4:23)
out of stock $15.14
Cat: NYCT 7018. Rel: 12 Jun 14
International
  1. Lamento Calavera (feat Los Maravillosos)
  2. El Faraon Miente
out of stock $9.73
Salvadora Robot (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SNDWLP 064. Rel: 30 Jun 14
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Somos Los Residentas
  2. Salvadora Robot
  3. De Mi Caballo, Como Su Carne
  4. Un Principe Miserable Y Malvado
  5. Doctor Trompeta
  6. El Gran Pajaro De Los Andes (instrumental)
  7. La Tristeza/Invitando A Salvadora
  8. Jefe Indio Vengara
  9. Del Preso Que Va A La Silla Electrica Por Ofensa A La Moral Colombiana
  10. El Festival Vallenato
Review: Last seen presenting a retrospective of the past six years of recordings for the Staubgold label, Bogota's finest composer Eblis Alvarez returns to the Soundway label with Salvadora Robot, a rather fine fourth studio album as Meridian Brothers. Very much in line with the oddball nature of previous Meridian Brothers albums, Salvadora Robot is perhaps Alvarez's most ambitious set to date with each of the ten tracks delving deeper into the tropical rhythms of South America and twisting different Latin music styles into wild new shapes. Everything from Bossa Nova to Dominican Republic merengue via reggaeton is treated with dizzying skill by Alvarez for a most interesting album.
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Cat: SNDWCD 118. Rel: 03 Oct 17
International
  1. Donde Estas Maria?
  2. Canto Me Levanto (Pesadumbre)
  3. Yo Soy Tu Padre, Yo Te Fabrique
  4. Entra El Ritmo Antillano
  5. Hablame Amigo, Citadino
  6. Cumbia, Eres La Cumbia
  7. Como Estoy En Los Sesenta
  8. Estare Alegre, No Estare Triste
  9. El No Esta Muerto
  10. No Me Traiciones
out of stock $10.81
Cat: SNDWLP 118. Rel: 05 Sep 17
International
  1. Donde Estas Maria? (3:57)
  2. Canto Me Levanto (Pesadumbre) (4:40)
  3. Yo Soy Tu Padre, Yo Te Fabrique (5:21)
  4. Entra El Ritmo Antillano (4:48)
  5. Cumbia, Eres La Cumbia (5:15)
  6. Como Estoy En Los Sesenta (4:29)
  7. Estare Alegre, No Estare Triste (3:51)
  8. El No Esta Muerto (4:34)
Review: Over the course of six inspired albums, the Meridian Brothers have carved out their own unique niche, somewhere between South American pscyh-folk, Brazilian Tropicana, lo-fi electronica and acid-fired early morning psychedelia. The Colombian band is at it again on this seventh full-length. While there are a few notable instrumental additions to their intoxicating sound soup - plucked and bowed cello motifs make an appearance for the first time, for example - for the most part the set is a kaleidoscopic, hard-to-pigeonhole romp in their usual superb style. Even so, the addition of strings is a bit of a step forward, adding another fine musical element to twist and bend to their will. That it works so well is not a surprise; after all, these guys haven't put a foot wrong over the course of their career.
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out of stock $15.01
Cat: NYCT 7047. Rel: 06 Dec 18
International
  1. La Policia (4:26)
  2. Poema Del Salsero Resentido (3:51)
Review: With a unique sound that offers up a particularly psychedelic, otherworldly fusion of Latin rhythms and instrumentation, Meridian Brothers have long been one of Columbia's most exciting musical exports. Here, musical mastermind Eblis Alvarez launches a new side project on Names You Can Trust: Grupo Renacimiento. "La Policia" is, in many ways, similar to much of Alvarez's work. While obviously influenced by vintage Harlem boogaloo and NYC salsa, it's an altogether quirkier proposition complete with tongue-in-cheek vocals. Flipside "Poema Del Salsero Resentido" explores similar sonic territory but somehow feels lighter and more airy in tone.
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