I wrote! Reader NotesGo to section
Different styles, different ways of expressing art. That's what the cultural content platform is all about Mendoza at Casa . On Friday the 22nd it was Faauna's turn. After dance specials, folklore , rock, rap and songs, the electronic cumbia came. This pioneer duo of the genre proposes from psychedelic cumbia to dembow , well down, they add to the increasingly appropriate repertoire for the track.
The band has a Cristian Del Negro as founder and brain of the project since 2003 . Therefore, they have been doing more than 14 years cumbia electronic . Four LP, in addition to EP, many singles and collaborations support this project that has known how to make culture of the genre . Many dance floors in the world can confirm that this Argentine duo knows how to make us dance with body and mind.
Estefi Spark, who danced in Faauna since 2011, is now the other 50% at the microphone. Female power and raps Strong joins the crazy rhythms to which Faauna has accustomed to lovers of the genre.
Faauna's story begins in 2004, at the foot of the mountain in Mendoza. Lovers of fast electronics such as jungle and the drum and bass , bears and nerds loving, Cristian Del Negro and Federico Rodríguez began to think how about... How about mixing people's music cool with the music of the villas of Argentina, how about mixing electronics with cumbia. And that's where it all starts with the new genre called electronic cumbia.
Cumbia of the jungle and drum and bass of the ghetto were the first labels for this project. With club sound and lyrical inspired by fantasy, light and lots of metaphysics, they opened a new door in the sounds of the global ghetto.
In 2008, they released their first album under the stamp z Z K Records and everything changed . The game became reality and they, a reference and inspiration for a new generation of musicians.
Publication Date: 29/05/2020
We suggest you continue reading the following notes:
There are not comments
Paul is a great Rosarino cardiologist. Very required in Canada, it does not change his hometown.
The name Guaymallén not only refers to the most popular Argentine alfajores, but also to one of the...
A rarity is the poet, teacher and speaker Pedro Bonifacio Palacios, Almafuerte. Forgotten by literar...
Pablo Rodríguez is born and raised in Comodoro Rivadavia and currently presides over the Brazilian S...