FREE ALBUM from Peruvian New KINGS!!!!

bareto
We have talked about the afro-peruvian, and many of us, still believe that’s the next step in folklore, i mean, we (musicians) have explored Latin America in trends… first Bossa, then tango, then everything got reggaetonized , many also moved to latin balkan and now it is cumbia, and o’course all their own variations.. baile funk, latin fusion, so on… peruvian cumbia and peruvian afro folklore are still “virgin territories” even for latinos..
AND I HAVE TO BE HONEST: MANY OF LATINOS MUSICIANS AND LISTENERS don’t really “dig” this CHICHERO culture, and perhaps that’s the main reason why it hasn’t gotten big as it should be..
for the listener who has no social prejudice..and if it is his/her first time listening to it…
this is what some might call PSYCHEDELIC CUMBIA, or Amazon Cumbia, and who better than JUANECO y SU COMBO to be the biggest name of the sub genre.

in 2007 one band dared to do a “rescue” of popular peruvian music with songs which were influential in Peruvian folklore like “Soy provinciano” (Lorenzo Palacios, Chacalón), “El aguajal” (Los Shapis) and “La danza de los mirlos”, from another Amazon legend, Los Mirlos!!!! AND OBVIOUSLY JUANECO GOT A COVER!!

WHO R THESE GUYS?
BARETO
Bareto is born in 2000 following the tradition of seventies Peruvian bands like Black Sugar and The Belkings, true entertainers of their generation’s parties with a unique and original sound.
THEY ARE GIVING THEIR WHOLE NEW ALBUM FREE!!!!!!!!!
GRAB FEW HERE
We’ve been real!!! Grab ’em before they disappear
El Chui Chui

Listen to this real “chichera” or Psychedelic one with a grip of latin flavah!!!
Sodoma y gamarra

and the MEGA SINGLE
No juegue con el diablo

Or the whole Album RIGHT HERE
In Sodoma y Gamarra, THE BAND looks for those new sounds that will reflect the chaos and eclecticism that Peruvians experiment in their daily lives, combining the richness of Peruvian music with world sounds and rhythms.

2 comments

  • Jess March 1, 2010

    Excellent article with a nice definition of the chicha culture, Dj Caballo,
    I hope people start open their eyes and realize that this kind of music rich in sound and danceable!
    Thank you for this cool post!
    La cumbiera, chichera, funkera and more eras!
    Jess

  • Munchi March 2, 2010

    Im feeling this man!
    To be honest i never really dugg cumbia but after hearing the Techno-Cumbia thing and this.. Yo im sold! lol

    Munchi

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