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Cat: NYCT 7013. Rel: 03 Oct 13
Clásico/Ska
  1. Why Yu Nuh
  2. Why Yu Nuh (version)
 in stock $5.46
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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 in stock $12.03
Cat: NYCT 7030RE. Rel: 29 Nov 19
International
  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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 in stock $12.32
Cat: NYCT 7058. Rel: 10 Oct 19
International
  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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Intérprete: Dj soFa
 in stock $11.49
Cat: IGB O1. Rel: 23 Feb 17
Soul
  1. Gimme Gimme (4:31)
  2. Creamy (4:25)
 in stock $8.21
Cat: HIT 002. Rel: 09 May 19
International
  1. Los Palteados - "El Palteado" (5:46)
  2. La Sonora Roza - "Alkali" (4:12)
 in stock $12.03
Batazo Batero (transparent red 7")
Cat: NYCT 7034. Rel: 31 Aug 17
International
  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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Cat: TX 01. Rel: 16 May 19
International
  1. Del Barrio Pal Barrio (4:27)
  2. Cumbia De Los Taxistas (4:17)
 in stock $12.03
Cat: NYCT 7056. Rel: 28 Nov 19
International
  1. Culebra Coral (2:42)
  2. Contra Tambor (3:32)
 in stock $11.49
Cat: NYCT 7053. Rel: 11 Jul 19
International
  1. Evolucion De La Musica Garifuna (3:23)
  2. Giriga (4:15)
 in stock $12.03
Cat: NYCT 7051. Rel: 06 Jun 19
International
  1. Dispara Ya (5:42)
  2. Territorio Y Honor (4:26)
Review: Names You Can Trust snapped up Peruvian salsa band Sabor y Control in 2017 after hearing their self-released debut album "La Contra Violencia". Here the Bruno Macher-helmed band returns with their first single for the esteemed Brooklyn imprint in nigh on two years. "Dispara Ya" was arguably worth the wait, though. Summery, effervescent and suitably percussive, it's a killer slab of dancefloor salsa rich in lilting group vocals, Tito Puente style rhythms and horns straight out of a 1960s boogaloo record. Flipside "Territorio Y Honor", whose horn arrangements are a little bit more complex, is equally as impressive.
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 in stock $11.77
Cat: NYCT 7057. Rel: 05 Dec 19
Clásico/Ska
  1. Baba Roots (2:50)
  2. 150 Seconds (2:33)
Review: The Slackers are a legendary ska outfit for good reason: they've put out more than 20 albums and countless singles across a fine career that dates all the way back to 1991. Now they're back on Names You Can Trust with a pair of irresistible cuts. "Baba Roots" is a feel good and swaggering ska tune with sliding bass and great lead horns that bring the sunshine. "150 Seconds" on the flip is a slower and steadier tune with laidback horn leads that are more loved up and unhurried.
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Chaneque (7" + insert)
Cat: NYCT 7054. Rel: 03 Oct 19
International
  1. Chaneque (4:21)
  2. Nino Perdido (3:15)
 in stock $12.03
Algo Muy Profundo (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: NYCT 7055. Rel: 03 Oct 19
International
  1. Algo Muy Profundo (3:21)
  2. Something Deep Inside (3:21)
Review: 50 years ago Panamanian vocalist Ralph Weeks released his most celebrated record, a seductive soul song called "Something Deep Inside". Here he resurfaces on Names You Can Trust, backed by label-mates Combo Lulo, with two new versions of that sweet and seductive song. A-side "Algo Muy Profundo" is a Spanish language version of the song, with Combo Lulo providing a superb hybrid reggae-soul backing track onto which Weeks delivers a superb lead vocal. While brilliant, we'd argue that the flipside English language re-recording is even better, with Weeks' silky smooth and emotionally rich vocal being a perfect match for the band's pie-eyed, slow motion rhythm.
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 in stock $14.50
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