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Peru Boom: Bass Bleeps & Bumps From Peru's Electronic Underground
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Cat: TIGM 005LP. Rel: 31 Aug 15
  1. Animal Chuki - "Luto" (4:13)
  2. Deltatron - "Ego Trip" (4:02)
  3. Dengue Dengue Dengue - "Como Bailar Cumbia" (3:07)
  4. Pirana Sound System - "Naranja Limones" (4:15)
  5. Chakruna - "Cumbia Achorada" (3:18)
  6. Rolovo - "Outropical" (version B) (3:37)
  7. Tribilin Sound - "El Carmen" (3:53)
  8. Qechuaboi - "Iseecumbiapeopleagain" (5:54)
  9. Pe Garcia - "Subete A La Noche" (3:25)
  10. Tribilin Sound - "Underground Cumbia" (5:12)
  11. Deltatron - "El Que Abandona No Tiene Premio" (2:25)
  12. Chakruna - "Sonido Chichero" (feat Chapilitta) (3:47)
  13. Elegante Y Imperial - "Tardes" (4:03)
  14. Triblin Sound - "Negroide" (3:58)
  15. Los Chapillacs - "Marcha Del Chullachaqui" (Deltatron remix) (3:34)
  16. Triblin Sound - "Eduardo Y Hank" (3:38)
Review: Did you know that Lima, Peru, has earned a reputation as South America's party capital? Or, for that matter, that the City is home to a thriving "tropical bass" scene, where a dedicated band of homegrown heroes giddily fuse dubstep, techno and electronica? Peru Boom aims to chart the rise of this healthy but internationally under-represented scene, via tracks from all of the city's major players. For those not schooled in the scene's intricacies, it makes for fascinating listening, as traditional South American rhythms and vocals get mangled, re-arranged, and fused with heavy sub bass lines, fizzing electronics, humid melodies and tipsy, 8-bit funk.
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Peru Bravo: Funk Soul & Psych From Peru's Radical Decade
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Cat: TIGM 004LP. Rel: 13 Oct 14
  1. Laghonia - "Bahia"
  2. Traffic Sound - "La Camita"
  3. Jean Paul "El Troglodita" - "Everything's Gonna Change"
  4. Los Holy's - "Outasite"
  5. Black Sugar - "Checan"
  6. Cacique - "Cacique"
  7. Jeriko - "Hey Joe"
  8. Los Comandos - "El Sermon"
  9. Telegraph Avenue - "Sungaligali"
  10. Los Texao - "Sookie Sookie"
  11. The Mad's - "Aouh"
  12. Los Nuevos Shains - "Pancito Caliente"
  13. Los Belking's - "Sabata"
  14. Thee Image - "Outasite"
  15. Los Destellos - "Onsta La Yerbita"
Review: Curated by Martin Morales, Duncan Ballantyne and Andres Tapia del Rio, Peru Bravo documents an exciting time in Lima during the late 60s and early 70s when a whole scene of young bands soundtracked civil unrest with unique fusions of R&B, prog and funk. From the instantly recognisable and heavily sampled hook of Los Holy's "Outasite" to the frenetic guitar ruffles on Cacique's self-titled samba rock slammer, this is a turbulent snapshot of a unique period in South American history that still sounds incredible to this day.
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