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Ni Chicha Ni Limonada (7" + insert)
Cat: NYCT 7025. Rel: 21 Jul 16
International
  1. Ni Chicha Ni Limonada (2:39)
  2. Cumbia Con Sabor (3:40)
Review: There's not a huge amount of fact to chew on when it comes to Argentinian troupe Los Imparciales, their radical rainforest mythology and mission to make you dance doesn't give much away. But their music certainly does.... A fiery Latin melting pot of Cumbia and psychedelia, both sides follow from their previous Bandcamp foundation. "Ni Chicha Ni Limonada" (neither fish nor fowl) is a sweaty stomping brew of organs, guitars, percussion and crowded chants while "Cumbia Con Sabor" slides us much deeper into the swampy tropics with vast Hammond licks and a calypso style rhythm that suddenly switches into the snappiest flamenco imaginable.
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La Verdad (7" + insert)
Cat: NYCT 7041. Rel: 20 Sep 18
International
  1. La Verdad
  2. Esperando
 in stock $11.28
Rueda De Bullerengue (7" + insert)
Cat: NYCT 7032. Rel: 08 Jun 17
International
  1. Escudo De Tambo (6:19)
  2. Pa' San Juan De Uraba (4:25)
Review: Bullerengue is a tradition that originated in the Caribbean region of Colombia. It is through the drums, chants, and dances that knowledge is transmitted from generation to generation. It is also a lifestyle: a way to celebrate festivities and the African legacy in Colombia. Bulla en el Barrio was born in New York City as a way to continue a learning process that started back in Baranquilla, Colombia. It culminated with the arrival of lead singer Carolina Oliveros to the city in 2013, and her connection with a tight-knit group of local Colombian musicians. They began to fill parks and other public places with the sounds of their home country to a small audience. The tradition of El Bullrengue is at the core of Bulla's process, and in the case of these recordings, you will hear two examples ("Fandango"/"Chalupa") of the three different rhythmic structures that make up the sound. From the beginning of Bulla, the group has since transformed into a community of over 12 active members who all share a strong sense of connection to their roots - and a consciousness of their ancestors.
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Played by: Sol Power Sound
 in stock $10.73
Por La Vida (7" + insert)
Cat: NYCT 7043. Rel: 20 Sep 18
International
  1. Por La Vida (4:21)
  2. Miri (3:55)
Review: According to the South American fusionists who run Names You Can Trust, Buyepongo is one of the leading lights on the Los Angeles "tropical underground", a scene known for fusing traditional rhythms and instrumentation with more streetwise contemporary influences. The two cuts showcased here were recorded in an analog-rich New York studio, and are apparently particularly popular with the group's Los Angeles fans. A-side "Por La Vida" is a real killer - a jaunty, dub-fuelled Cumbia outing rich in dancing accordion lines and Tito Puente style percussion. Flipside "Miri" is way more tropical in tone, doffing a cap towards the Caribbean and low-slung 1960s psychedelia whilst remaining close to the band's South American roots.
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Roza Cruz (LP)
Cat: NYCTLP 03. Rel: 26 Apr 18
International
  1. Procesion: Part 1 - Bienvenida (4:37)
  2. Procesion: Part 2 & 3 - Descenso/Abra (13:31)
  3. Retorno: Part 4 - Visiones (4:03)
  4. Retorno: Part 5 - Ofrenda (6:48)
  5. Retorno: Part 6 - Dividuacion (8:05)
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Cat: NYCT 7046. Rel: 06 Dec 18
International
  1. El Chanta (4:05)
  2. El Tiburon De Ruben (2:46)
  3. Monstro Come Guira (3:30)
  4. La Banera (3:36)
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Lalango (7")
Cat: NYCT 7027. Rel: 28 Jul 16
International
  1. Lalango (3:38)
  2. Republica Federal De Malphino (3:30)
Review: Mythical, mysterious island dwellers Malphino return from their tropical idyll with another unique Cumbian melting pot. Steaming with percussion, accordion and organ textures, voodoo vapours and woodblock charm, "Lanlango" is an unmistakable carnival kicker of a track, marching off into some perfect hazy vanishing point. "Republica Federal De Malphino" hums with more of an almost Gallic touch. With strong Cuban and Cumbia influences in the arrangement and hook, it's the ultimate national anthem for the fabled paradise isle of Malphino
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Cat: NYCT 12004. Rel: 17 Dec 15
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Un Domingo Dub (4:22)
  2. Dub Piernas (4:04)
  3. Lo Haces Tan Dub (7:28)
 in stock $6.18
Ya Veran (7")
Cat: NYCT 7031. Rel: 06 Apr 17
International
  1. Ya Veran (3:38)
  2. La Bestia (5:09)
Review: Conceived and raised "under the California sun", the Quitapenas collective are the ultimate solution to anyone looking for the perfect Afro-Latin vibes. More specifically, these guys are among the only bands to offer a true and singular take on Cuban, Brazilian, Angolan and Colombian music styles. We've been impressed by them ever since their opening LP back in 2015, but this new 7" for the Names You Can Trust imprint has something truly special about it. The opening "Ya Veran" is undoubtedly lovely in every sense of the word, laying down an upbeat Latin tune for the summer fiestas, but we're particularly fond of "La Best" on the flip side; it's a masterful blend of melancholic Afro melodies, sweet tribal percussions and an altogether irresistible sort of groove. We love this stuff.
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Sicario (7" + insert)
Cat: NYCT 7033. Rel: 17 Aug 17
International
  1. Sicario (4:45)
  2. Uniendo Pueblos (4:50)
 in stock $11.28
Rueda De Bullerengue Vol 2 (7" + booklet) (1 per customer)
Cat: NYCT 7048. Rel: 24 Jan 19
International
  1. Papa Lopez (2:41)
  2. Vamos Pa Venecia (2:37)
  3. La Hamaca (2:31)
  4. La Suerte (3:20)
Review: For the uninitiated, Tonada Baile Cantado is a collaborative project helmed by members of the Brooklyn-based Bulla en el Barrio, a fluid collective of young musicians dedicated to making new music in the Colombian "Bullerengue" style. This is volume two in an ongoing series of releases and is every bit as vibrant as its predecessor. First up is "Papa Lopez", where chanted, Afro-influenced female vocals rise above a dense and percussive groove. This is quickly followed by the up-beat thrust of the similarly inclined "Vamos Pa Venecia" and B-side opener "La Hamaca", where brilliant vocal harmonies dance over another insatiable hand percussion groove. Closing cut "La Suerte", meanwhile, may well be the best of the bunch; it's certainly the heaviest.
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Liberate Volumen 2 (7" + insert) (1 per customer)
Cat: NYCT 7045. Rel: 07 Feb 19
International
  1. Ron Con Limon (4:00)
  2. La Veterana (4:32)
Review: Southern Californian five-piece Yanga first emerged three years ago with a now sought-after debut single that put a contemporary "Afro-Colombian" spin on the effervescent Cumbia style. Now operating on Names You Can Trust, their comeback has been spread across two must-have 7" singles. The highlight of this second "Volumen" is arguably A-side "Ron Con Limon", a viciously percussive, fuzz-soaked Cumbia outing where headline grabbing vocals and accordion lines rise above the band's infectious drums. In contrast, B-side "La Veterana" is deeper, darker and more bass-heavy, with the band's vocals and accordion melodies imparting a genuine sense of impending doom.
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