The resurrection of Salsa Part III

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(Continued from part II)
Salsa is no longer a mere latin rhythm, it has had a natural evolution, as musicians and people who dance and listen to it, also have an immense source of influences.

We can have hundreds of great examples added to the ones we have had in PART I or PART II!!! So…I’m just gonna choose few i really think GB people should know and listen to
DLC-SÜDSOUND is a Salsa-funk mega Band from Berlin

LA REPUBLICA (as you can listen in their promo they do something they describe as NEO TROPICO) which is a mix of salsa, rock, atlantico, timba, hip hop, pacific folklore all in one HUGE BOMB!!

for JAZZ/SALSA/CUMBIA LOVERS we have PUERTO CANDELARIA!!! in my humble opinion one of the best (if not the best) ensemble nowadays in Colombia

Check them live!!

For DJ’s !!!

we HAVE THE AMAZING DJ TILLO!!!!!

And Check HIM DOING HIS SALSA INTRO!!!!!

That’s the wikiiid universe of our SALSA!!! No boundaries anymore!! From Jazz to funk, from Pacific and Cumbia, to descarga or guaguanco in seconds!!!
NO WONDER WHY PEOPLE WHO STILL LISTEN TO EROTIC SALSA CAN’T ENJOY THIS RESURRECTION OF SALSA!!

NOTE:As usual in these kind of posts, many people to talk about, many bands missing, probably the most influential, so i hope people just don’t diss about my salsa post, as i am not a salsa connoisseur, everything i wrote are the bands i know and i listen to, i’d be very please to open more my GB posts to amazing latin fusion music, like recoveco, Buika or a whole post about Puerto Candelaria if you GB people like the idea..
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3 Replies to “The resurrection of Salsa Part III”

  1. I’m really pleased with this new movement of the latin fusion, didn’t know this guys of DLC and La Republica they really rock, Puerto Candelaria is one of my favorites in this days. their live performance in the Cartagena music festival was huge!

    Thanks Generation Bass for all this rebel sounds 🙂

  2. I don’t care much about the others, but DJ Tillo is the shit! I saw him live back in the day when he was Ari’s on-stage DJ before Orishas came out. He was doing straight up hip-hop sets then, very impressive how he has incorporated salsa sounds now.

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