“Boogarins were in high school when they recorded their debut, and they spend its duration lightly teasing every record in their collections, reproducing it note-perfect faithfully while tweaking its nose….That they assembled an album that sounds this good while working in their parent’s basements says a lot about their talent. They have good taste in other people’s records, [...]
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“This is a fantastic album to get to know the music of Draco if you are not a Draco follower. It brings together some of the best voices in Latin music to sing duets of his hand-picked songs.” –Latino Music Cafe Check Our Catalog
“On P.A.R.C.E., short for the Columbian term “parcero”, which means “pal” or “friend”, Juanes believes true brotherhood can help to solve South America’s sociopolitical problems, at least on the brilliant commentary called “Quimera.”” –All Music Guide Check Our Catalog
Check Our Catalog “Released in 2008, Saravah Soul’s self-titled debut combined samba, vintage MPB, greasy American funk, and Afro-beat and took the club underground by storm. Cultura Impura (“Impure Culture”) is simply more; both in terms of what the band revealed, and in the truly amazing extensions they’ve added to their fiery mix. In addition [...]
Check Our Catalog “What’s most impressive about Sin Frenos is how it’s yet another impressive effort by La Quinta Estación. After two albums laden with hit singles, a couple chart-topping smash hit ballads, and five years of international success and touring, one might expect the band to fall into a holding pattern. That’s clearly not [...]