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La Pina Madura
La Pina Madura (7" + insert) (1 per customer)
Cat: NYCT 7038. Rel: 10 May 18
  1. La Pina Madura (part 1) (4:52)
  2. La Pina Madura (part 2) (4:43)
Review: Abelardo Carbono must be one of Colombia's most legendary artists, particularly for championing the sound of "champeta", a guitar-led style that has come to represent the South American country and its music. The Names You Can Trust imprint comes through with a glorious one-tracker by Carbono himself, alongside his 'Grupo' and, unsurprisingly, the masterful modern production of Quantic. "La Pina Madura" is a beast of a track, all built with percussive glory and the fiery South American zest that is made all the more effective by Quantic's post-production work. Slightly off-kilter and irregular in its shapes, this is undoubtedly a 7" single that you will want to bust out this summer. Blazing hot!

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Ni Chicha Ni Limonada
Ni Chicha Ni Limonada (7" + insert)
Cat: NYCT 7025. Rel: 21 Jul 16
  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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Norwegian Wood
Cat: NYCT 7037. Rel: 01 Mar 18
  1. Norwegian Wood (3:52)
  2. Darker Shade Of Black (4:49)
Review: Two years on from the release of their debut seven-inch on Names You Can Trust, cumbia combo Agrupcion Ilegal Los Amparciales returns with something bizarre but utterly brilliant: a psychedelic cumbia cover version of The Beatles' classic "Norwegian Wood". It shouldn't work, of course, but it does, with the familiar melody - sung and played on electric guitars manipulated to sound a little like sitars - rising above a heavy bassline, layered Colombian percussion, reggae style organ stabs and party style whoops and hollers. B-side "Darker Shade of Black" is basically a pitched-down, beefed-up dub with the track's previously subtle reggae elements pushed to the fore.
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Cumbia Yerba Buena
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Murder She Wrote
out of stock $4.63
I'm Still In Love
Cat: BRAS 1. Rel: 10 Jul 09
  1. I'm Still In Love
  2. Danger In Your Eyes
out of stock $7.09
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Why Yu Nuh
Cat: NYCT 7013. Rel: 03 Oct 13
  1. Why Yu Nuh
  2. Why Yu Nuh (version)
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Rueda De Bullerengue
Rueda De Bullerengue (7" + insert)
Cat: NYCT 7032. Rel: 08 Jun 17
  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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Por La Vida
Por La Vida (7" + insert)
Cat: NYCT 7043. Rel: 20 Sep 18
  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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El Corredor Del Jaguar (reissue)
Cat: NYCT 7030RE. Rel: 29 Nov 19
  1. Pajaro (extended version) (5:32)
  2. Frio Severo (3:20)
  3. Chimbita Theme (3:32)
Review: First released back in 2016, "El Corredor Del Jaguar" remains one of the most potent releases by Combo Chimbita, a New York-based crew of musical fusionists whose roots are defiantly Colombian. Reverb-soaked A-side "Pajaro (Extended Mix)" is particularly potent, with the band brilliantly melding elements of cumbia, funk and psychedelic rock into brilliant new shapes. The four-piece's obsession with jumpy, loose-limbed drumming once again comes to the fore on the sweet and slightly more wild "Frio Severo", while closing cut "Chimbita Theme" is a kaleidoscopic mix of military strength South American percussive, mind-altering bass and trippy wah-wah guitars.
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Played by: Dj soFa
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El Corredor Del Jaguar
Cat: NYCT 7030. Rel: 27 Oct 16
  1. Pajaro (2:52)
  2. Tamborero (3:59)
  3. Frio Severo (3:21)
  4. Chimbita Theme (3:29)
Review: These days, it's hard to find contemporary artists making real, unadulterated psych-funk. Combo Chimbita are one such outfit; they're masters of their genre, and they have a real skill for amalgamating the best of South American and African rock. El Corredor De Jaguar comes out courtesy of Names You Can Trust, and its four sublime tunes are a true breath of fresh air among so much sub-standard, 70s rip-offs. "Pajaro" sets the scene with a cool, moody bass and intricate percussion knots, and "Tamborero" picks up the tempo and injects a glorious wave of Latino suaveness into the track's vocals. Our favourite piece has to be "Frio Severo", though, with its stepping drums and hummable guitar hook, but "Chimbita Theme" does a wonderful job of closing this stupendous 7" off with a wild and psychedelic infusion of guitars and tribal drumming. Highly recommended!
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Atlantico (7" + insert)
Cat: NYCT 7039. Rel: 17 May 18
  1. Atlantico (2:43)
  2. Canto Del Sol (3:51)
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The Sieve & The Sand
Cat: NYCT 7049. Rel: 28 Mar 19
  1. The Sieve & The Sand (part 1) (2:13)
  2. The Sieve & The Sand (part 2) (2:36)
Review: On their 2018 double A-side single, "Atlantico/Canto Del Sol", Brooklyn-based seven-piece Combo Lulo gleefully joined the dots between Jamaican rocksteady and South American Afro-Latin music. "The Sieve & The Sand", their sophomore single, is an altogether different proposition, though their love and knowledge of Caribbean and Latin American music remains at the forefront. On the A-side "Part 1" version, the band layers fluttering flutes and fuzz-soaked guitars atop a bounding ska rhythm, offering a breezy and sun-kissed take on one of Jamaica's most popular musical styles. Arguably even better is "Part 2", where the band's intoxicating, woodwind style motifs lazily float above a deep, head-nodding dub reggae groove.
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El Secreto Del Metalero
Cat: NYCT 7058. Rel: 10 Oct 19
  1. El Secreto Del Metalero (4:02)
  2. Chicarron Peluo (4:34)
Review: It makes sense that Names You Can Trust would be fans of Conjunto Papa Upa - after all, the band's first two seven-inch singles (released in 2013 and 2015 respectively) offered a suitably psychedelic and soulful fusion of African, Caribbean and South America sounds fully in keeping with the Brooklyn label's open-minded ethos. This "45" is a teaser of sorts, offering as it does two cuts destined for the Amsterdam-based outfit's long promised, forthcoming debut album. A-side "El Secreto Del Metalero" is particularly potent, offering a suitably psychedelic, heavily electronic 21st century take on Cumbia full of weirdo electronics, twisted vocals, rumbling sub-bass and colourful synth lines. In contrast, "Chicarron Puelo" is a little more traditional-sounding, delivering a formidably fuzzy fusion of dancefloor-focused Latin rhythms and 1960s style psychedelia.
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Played by: Dj soFa
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Libre Para Amar
Libre Para Amar (LP + insert)
Cat: NYCTLP 04. Rel: 19 Mar 20
  1. Bate Quebrao (2:56)
  2. Libre Para Amar (4:00)
  3. Los Envidiosos (4:38)
  4. El Secreto Del Metalero (5:37)
  5. El Chichero (6:46)
  6. Pa' Choroni (4:28)
  7. La Arrugona (7:46)
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La Cumbia Perdida (warehouse find)
  1. La Cumbia (original)
  2. La Cumbia (Tahira Afro-Cumbia remix)
Review: Names You Can Trust presents No. 3 in its series of New Cumbia vinyl 45s. This latest release features an original track from Argentinian record junkie, producer and creator of the Soulfood parties in Buenes Aires, Doctor Stereo (aka Ezequiel Lodeiro), as well as a remix from Brazil''s DJ Tahira.

Doctor Stereo marks his debut on NYCT with a swinging summertime heatrock. La Cumbia Perdida is an exploration into early 1960s Cumbia roots, full of irresistible hip hugging piano licks against a contemporary backbone of heavy drums and squelchy synthesized effects.

DJ Tahira (behind the excellent Fumãca Jazz Remix of GRC''s Secret Stash on the NYCT Remixes EP) shifts the original track ever so slightly into Afro-Colombian territory, subtly adding a layer of quintessential Afro-Beat inspired guitar licks and a deft touch of deep subterranean bass.
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Puro Show
Puro Show (7")
Cat: NYCT 7016. Rel: 03 Apr 14
  1. El Combo Chimbita - "Puro Show"
  2. Greenwood Rhythm Coaliton - "Puro Rock"
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La Cosecha
La Cosecha (7" + inserts)
Cat: NYCT 7036. Rel: 08 Mar 18
  1. La Cosecha (4:43)
  2. El Camotal (4:59)
Review: Names You Can Trust stumbled upon El Santo Golpe during a trip to Los Angeles, where the six-piece combo plays a significant role in the city's Afro-Latin alternative scene. This is their debut single and offers a tantaslising glimpse of their unique fusion sound, which combines elements borrowed from various Central American and Caribbean folkloric styles. Check, for example, A-side "La Cosecha", which fixes cumbia-style accordion melodies with the rhythms and percussive instruments of Garifuna music. Flip to the B-side for a slightly deeper and more laidback cut marked out by the band's use of a jarana, an instrument most frequently found providing lead lines in son jorocho music.
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In This Life
In This Life (7" + insert)
Cat: NYCT 7028. Rel: 29 Sep 16
  1. In This Life (3:26)
  2. In This Life (version) (3:23)
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out of stock $6.26
Cumbia Kikuchi
out of stock $7.62
Salsa Verde
out of stock $6.52
Jewels (50th Anniversary Edition)
Cat: NYCT 7050. Rel: 16 May 19
  1. Jewels (part 1) (4:28)
  2. Jewels (part 2) (4:40)
Review: To mark the label's 50th release, the team behind Names You Can Trust has snagged a fresh cut from the band that started it all back in 2007, Greenwood Rhythm Coalition. Fittingly, it also happens to the Afro-Caribbean-Latin-Funk fusionists' first single of any sort for nigh on five years. "Jewels" is delightfully hard to pigeonhole: a suitably tropical excursion that giddily melds elements of tropical disco, dub, cumbia, funk, soul and Afrobeat into something warm, addictive and floor-friendly. It's lopped into two parts on this seven-inch release, with the second being notably more percussive and heavy than the already weighty A-side.
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Brooklyn & Bogota
Brooklyn & Bogota (limited hand-numbered 7" of only 140 copies in silk screened sleeve)
Cat: NYCT 9999. Rel: 21 Jan 13
  1. Greenwood Rhythm Coalition - "Traicion"
  2. Frente Cumbiero - "Jaley Jaley"
out of stock $14.16
Guajira '78
Cat: NYCT-7002LTD. Rel: 08 Jan 08
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Greenwood Rhythm Coalition - "Guajira '78"
  2. GRC vs Luz Mob - "Tabaco Y Ron"
Review: Names You Can Trust presents 'Guajira '78', a couple of floor-tested Latin dance numbers from Greenwood Rhythm Coalition (Monk-One and E's E) with a guest appearance by compadres Luz Mob. Side A is a 'Disco Guajira' with Ron Burgundy on flute, side B is a b-boy version of a classic 'Cumbia' via Luz Mob .
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White Label Number 1
out of stock $10.84
NYC Trust White Label #2
  1. Greenwood Rhythm Coalition - "Tabaco Y Ron" (TM Juke Party Breaks)
  2. Midnight Lab Band - "Twilight Reprise" (DRM remix)
  3. Presto - "Stargazer" (Midnight Lab Band remix)
Review: Names You Can Trust cull the three most popular tracks from their Spring digital only remixes compilation and spread them across one lovely 12". Tru Thoughts stalwart TM Juke lays on the funk breaks thick via his remix of Greenwood Rhythm Coalition, whilst Bastard Jazz boss DJ DRM drops a bongo heavy laidback house refix of Midnight Lab Band’s "Twilight Reprise". On the flip Midnight Lab Band turn Presto’s "Stargazer" into a midtempo dubby disco groove.
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Gimme Gimme
Cat: IGB O1. Rel: 23 Feb 17
  1. Gimme Gimme (4:31)
  2. Creamy (4:25)
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La Mecanica Popular
Cat: NYCTLP 02. Rel: 16 Jan 14
  1. La Paz Del Freak
  2. Ella Le Decia
  3. Guajiro
  4. Se Que Me Olvidaste
  5. Arbol
  6. Muy Distinto
  7. Milagro
  8. La Tragaespadas
  9. Se Que Me Olvidaste (alternate version)
out of stock $15.53
La Paz Del Freak
Cat: NYCT 7011. Rel: 16 May 13
  1. La Paz Del Freak
  2. Guajiro
Review: Pioneering their very own 'psychedelic salsa' sub-genre, New York based collective La Mecanica Popular are in a league of their own. Fully live but clearly adept at layering their sounds for a polished studio finish, there's a rich trippiness running across both tracks thanks to some mesmerising weeping mandolin twangs and weaves of pert percussion. "La Paz Del Freak" is all about the carnival piano hook and big bold vocal harmonies while "Guajiro" is a much more free-spirited, jazz-inclined affair. Both are exceptional.
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Noche Triler
Noche Triler (7" + insert)
Cat: NYCT7 023. Rel: 05 Nov 15
  1. Noche Triler (3:58)
  2. Montame En La Tormenta (5:38)
Review: Halloween may be over but that hasn't stopped New York psychedelic salsa troupe La Mecanica Popular getting busy with MJ's "Thriller". Giving it the Latin American dynamic and organic theatrics it never knew it needed, "Noche Triler" is one of the best cover versions Jacko's ever experienced. Flip for another example of salsa version science: "Montame En La Tormenta" takes "Riders On The Storm" and gives it a dust-kicking, guitar-twanging late night twist. Awesome.
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Roza Cruz
Roza Cruz (LP)
Cat: NYCTLP 03. Rel: 26 Apr 18
  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)
out of stock $21.78
Rufar Dos Tamborins
Cat: NYCT 7012. Rel: 01 Aug 13
  1. Rufar Dos Tamborins
  2. Caminho De Minas
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The Loser
The Loser (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: NYCT 7063. Rel: 16 Jul 20
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. The Loser (feat Alex Desert & Black Shakespeare) (4:14)
  2. The Loser (feat Ruben Durazo - instrumental) (4:12)
Review: This one comes on like a lovely breezy on a warm and balmy evening. It's a real gem from LA reggae veterans The Lions feat. Alex Desert & Black Shakespeare and is perfectly timed for summer. It comes with iconic piano chimes that are instantly recognisable from the Derrick Harriott 1967 rock steady classic, as well as warming rays of sun and period-perfect chat from Shakespeare. On the flip side, Ruben Durazo's instrumental is more playful and led by those gorgeous keys. Both tunes are perfectly heavy.
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Hit Internacional
Cat: HIT 002. Rel: 09 May 19
  1. Los Palteados - "El Palteado" (5:46)
  2. La Sonora Roza - "Alkali" (4:12)
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Batazo Batero
Batazo Batero (transparent red 7")
Cat: NYCT 7034. Rel: 31 Aug 17
  1. Batazo Batero (5:04)
  2. Bolillo, Baqueta Y Tombo (5:06)
Review: Two delicious freeform rhythm jams from the heart of Bogota; Los Propios Bateros (AKA drummer and percussionist Pedro Ojeda) is the result of a deep documentary project that plots the rhythmic thread through the Americas as a cast of Columbian's next generation musicians explore the national legacy of descraga and pornpo across two warm and seductive improvisations; "Batazo Batero" swoons with a little light jazz in its step while "Bolillo, Baqueta Y Tombo" is more of a loose funk riff that writhes in and out of the tight staccato trumpet riff. Sublime as always from Names You Can Trust.
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Del Barrio Pal Barrio
Cat: TX 01. Rel: 16 May 19
  1. Del Barrio Pal Barrio (4:27)
  2. Cumbia De Los Taxistas (4:17)
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The Donkey
The Donkey (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: NOW 17. Rel: 06 Jun 19
  1. The Donkey (3:44)
  2. The Snake Charmer (3:27)
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Culebra Coral
Cat: NYCT 7056. Rel: 28 Nov 19
  1. Culebra Coral (2:42)
  2. Contra Tambor (3:32)
Played by: Dj soFa
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Lalango (7")
Cat: NYCT 7027. Rel: 28 Jul 16
  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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Cumbealo! (7")
Cat: NYCT 7021. Rel: 02 Jul 15
  1. Cumbealo! (3:07)
  2. Bu-Ga-Luz (2:15)
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Lamento Calavera
Cat: NYCT 7018. Rel: 12 Jun 14
  1. Lamento Calavera (feat Los Maravillosos)
  2. El Faraon Miente
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Escuchen El Grito
Cat: NYCT 7009. Rel: 07 Jun 12
  1. Escuchen El Grito (edit)
  2. Sostengan Al Angel (instrumental)
out of stock $6.26
Trillion Tons
Cat: NYCT-7001LTD. Rel: 08 Jan 08
  1. Trillion Tons
  2. TNT Breeze
Review: Names You Can Trust brings you seductive down-tempo soundtrack material in
'Trillion Tons' from a new group of low key studio cats, Midnight Lab Band.
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Played by: E's E (NYCTrust)
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Run Riot
Run Riot (12")
Cat: NYCT 12002. Rel: 13 Aug 08
  1. Run Riot
  2. The Forgotten Chant
  3. Twilight (reprise)
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Laser Tag
Laser Tag (7")
Cat: NYCT 7006. Rel: 30 Apr 11
  1. Laser Tag
  2. Don''s Demo
Review: Not to be confused with the bobble hat wearing Rinse FM DJ of the same name, Brooklyn based DJ Oneman returns to the ever excellent Names You Can Trust label for more sonic meanders with E's E as Midnight Lab Band. "Lasertag" proves their versatility too, dropping a vintage 80s disco funk strut that wouldn't look out of place on Peoples Potential Unltd! Heavy on the synth wiggles and big drum machine sounds, there's also a hint of balearica via the intermittent guitar action. Check the flip for some slo mo synth freak out action on "Don's Demo (2)" which is apparently a reworking of an obscure recording from Don Stark. Regardless it has a definite off kilter charm!
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Giumbele (7" + insert)
Cat: NYCT 7026. Rel: 01 Sep 16
  1. Giumbele (4:57)
  2. Giumbele (instrumental) (4:49)
Review: Nelda Pina is a Colombian singer who, more recently, has begun to collaborate with an Afrobeat group named La Boa. Together, they explore the bottomless realm that is West African music, and reinterpret the sound from a South American perspective. So, this is certainly one for the world music enthusiasts, but also those who seek a fascinating story behind their records. "Giumbele" is a intriguing in sound as it is in its context; Pina's voice travels like silk over the group's deep and dubby acoustics, and the bassline purrs like no other down in the bottom of the mix. The instrumental, as you can imagine, is pretty spectacular, and will surely serve as a wonderful addition to any soul or funk DJ set.
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