Tucumán-born Federico Sánchez has a singular way of adding electronic ingredients to cumbia, the most popular genre in our country.
That might be the reason for his use of peronist iconography, customized with the same transformation with which he modifies tropical rythms. From that electro-cumbiesque, audiovisual combination, something original is born, moving our minds with psychedelic deliriums as our bodies move to the beat. They move quite a lot.
And have taken him all through the world, since the realease of Nacionalismo Electrónico, our favourite cumbia album for sure.
Culled from unreleased recordings from her recent "Light Sleep" and "Voice Hardcore" releases, Hiromi Moritani's latest showcases the softer, less harrowing side of Phew’s sound Bandcamp Album of the Day Sep 2, 2020