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Names You Can Trust

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La Verdad (7" + insert)
Cat: NYCT 7041. Rel: 20 Sep 18
  1. La Verdad
  2. Esperando
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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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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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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)
 in stock $15.83
Cat: NYCT 7046. Rel: 06 Dec 18
  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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Cat: NYCT 12004. Rel: 17 Dec 15
  1. Un Domingo Dub (4:22)
  2. Dub Piernas (4:04)
  3. Lo Haces Tan Dub (7:28)
 in stock $6.22
Sicario (7" + insert)
Cat: NYCT 7033. Rel: 17 Aug 17
  1. Sicario (4:45)
  2. Uniendo Pueblos (4:50)
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Rueda De Bullerengue Vol 2 (7" + booklet) (1 per customer)
Cat: NYCT 7048. Rel: 24 Jan 19
  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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