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Meridian Brothers - Salvadora Robot (2014)

9-06-2014, 18:47
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Meridian Brothers - Salvadora Robot (2014)

Artist: Meridian Brothers
Title Of Album: Salvadora Robot
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Soundway Records
Genre: World
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 52:41 min
Total Size: 120 / 358 MB


01- Somos los Residentes
02- Salvadora Robot
03- De Mi Caballo, Como Su Carne
04- Un Principe Miserable y Malvado
05- Doctor Trompeta
06- El Gran Pájaro de los Andes (Instrumental)
07- La Tristeza - Invitando a Salvadora
08- Jefe Indio Vengará
09- Baile Último - Del Preso Que Va a la Silla Eléctrica por Ofensa a la Moral Colombiana
10- El Festival Vallenato

Meridian Brothers are back with a new studio album, the bizarre and wonderful 'Salvadora Robot'. Heading deeper into the tropical rhythms of Latin America and the Caribbean each song on the album focuses on a different style and playfully twists it into Meridian Brothers's surreal landscape. Released on Soundway Records the album was recorded at Eblis Álvarez's appropriately named Isaac Newton Studios in Bogota, Colombia. Originally formed in 1998 it was the previous album 'Deseperanza' that brought Álvarez's Meridian Brothers to the attention of the wider world. Released worldwide in 2012, the album's unique aesthetic and freaked-out blend of Latin rhythms and psychedelic grooves won him new fans the world over. DJ and tastemaker Gilles Peterson selected 'Guaracha U.F.O (No Estamos Solos...)' as his favourite track of 2012. 'Deseperanza' focussed heavily on salsa rhythms but on his new release Álvarez based each track in a different Latin American style. For example 'Somos los Residentes' finds it inspiration in Dominican Republic merengue while 'Baile ultimo….' is a slow and sad reggaeton. The lyrics talk of a man who has been sent to the electric chair because he was dancing too much reggaeton, a style that isn't accepted as "good taste" within Colombia. The release of 'Deseperanza' brought them to Europe for the first time, making appearances across Europe and at some of the prestigious festival including Roskilde and Transmusicales. The band will be returning to Europe this summer.

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