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Por La Vida (7" + insert)
Cat: NYCT 7043. Rel: 20 Sep 18
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  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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Cat: NYCT 7046. Rel: 06 Dec 18
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  1. El Chanta (4:05)
  2. El Tiburon De Ruben (2:46)
  3. Monstro Come Guira (3:30)
  4. La Banera (3:36)
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Cat: HIT 002. Rel: 09 May 19
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  1. Los Palteados - "El Palteado" (5:46)
  2. La Sonora Roza - "Alkali" (4:12)
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Cat: TX 01. Rel: 16 May 19
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  1. Del Barrio Pal Barrio (4:27)
  2. Cumbia De Los Taxistas (4:17)
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Cat: NYCT 7053. Rel: 11 Jul 19
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  1. Evolucion De La Musica Garifuna (3:23)
  2. Giriga (4:15)
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Cat: NYCT 7051. Rel: 06 Jun 19
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  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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