Posts Tagged 'Colombian Music'
Ondatropica is the name given to the new project from Britain’s Quantic and Colombia’s Frente Cumbiero, a project that brings together some of Colombia’s most legendary musicians, unites them with a new generation of music makers, resulting in an incredible
BIG East London warehouse party coming up on Friday 20th April. Arranged by Soundway Records to celebrate their 10th anniversary and promote two recent releases by Los Miticos del Ritmo and Batida, the party promises to be a tropical fiesta
The line-up for La Linea 2012, the latest edition of London’s premier Latin music festival, has been announced. Happening between the 16th and 27th April, there is surely something for everyone with artists coming from Latin America and Europe, as well as a fine array of London’s top Latin talent.
Soundway Records have spent the past five years releasing what seemed a never-ending stream of lost gems and forgotten classics from Africa and Latin America, with their Colombia compilations (Palenque Palenque, Original Sound of Cumbia, etc.) in particular getting our
Movimientos and Global Local present their annual showcase of the finest new Latin acts to emerge in the capital. From heavy Peruvian cumbia grooves, Cuban/Reggae fusion to the freshest urban electro tropical beats and all female Latin folk and roots.
Continuing a regular night at Rich Mix, Movimientos presents a fresh programme of exceptional documentary film and unparalleled live music. On this occasion joining forces with Sounds and Colours to present an official UK screening of Esperando El Tsunami an
The sound of Colombia’s Caribbean coastline, cumbia is one of Latin America’s most outstanding popular music forms. This influential genre had a major impact on overseas salsa, as well as certain styles of Mexican music, and inspired large audiences in
Mauricio Velasierra offers up a masterclass in Latin folk and jazz music, featuring his own distinctive flute playing as well as a quintet that includes cello, upright bass, drums, charango, tiple and his own assortment of flutes and pipes. The