Remastered 180g Reissue des selbstbetitelten Brazil-Soul-Klassikers der mysteriösen, brasilianischen Vocal-Sensation Dila (ausgesprochen: "Jee-la") von 1970, welches auf Grund eines tragischen Autounfalls im darauffolgenden Jahr ihr einziges Album bleiben sollte. Arrangiert und produziert von Durval Ferreira und seiner Studioband Os Grilos (The Crickets), ist das Album ein Juwel des authentischen, souligen Samba-Sounds der Favelas von Rio de Janeiro der späten 1960er/frühen 1970er.
We are very happy to announce our 30th compilation from the Analog Africa regular serie, ‘La Locura de Machuca 1975 - 1980’, telling the story of Colombia's most atypical and peculiar record company: Discos Machuca
La Locura de Machuca is the story of one man’s bizarre odyssey into Colombia’s coastal music underground, and the wild, hypnotic sounds he helped bring up to the surface.
The seventeen tracks sound like little else recorded before or since. They exist outside of time or place, as vividly unhinged in 2020 as they were on the day they were first released. You have to hear it to believe it.
‘La Locura de Machuca 1975 - 1980’ comes as a Double LP on 140g virgin vinyl with a gatefold cover and a full color 16-pages booklet. The CD comes with a full color 32-pages booklet.
Sotomayor is the electronic music project with afro latin influence by siblings Raul (music production) and Paulina (vocals). It is a dance music project that fuses rhythms like cumbia, afro beat, dancehall, Peruvian "chicha" and merengue with futuristic electronic beats. The band debuted in 2015 with "Salvaje," an album that allowed them to perform in several festivals around the globe in countries like England, US, Mexico and Colombia. The album received excellent reviews from foreign media in countries like Japan, Australia, United Kingdom, Chile, United States and Colombia. They also appeared in more than 25 lists of the best of the year from medias from all around the world. 2020 will see the release of "Orígenes" their 3rd studio album trough the NY based label Wonderwheel Recordings. This album was recorded between Mexico and Puerto Rico, and was produced by the 28 times Grammy Winner Eduardo Cabra aka "Visitante" from the legendary band "Calle 13." In this production Sotomayor explores a new Afro Caribbean vision in the music, much more dance floor focused, and highly influenced by percussion.