Tag Archives: Frente Cumbiero

Podcast: Rebel Up’s Nightshop #84

Podcast: Rebel Up’s Nightshop #84

Nightshop show May 2021 for Radio Campus Bxl & Rhythm Passport with 3 hours of new global sounds. Four songs of the day from Cape Verdian violins to a Sinti rom cello song, tamashek blues and electronic Latin-Arab bass. Our albums of the month first take us to Africa, with...
Daily Discovery: Frente Cumbiero – Jaley Jaley (Video Oficial)

Daily Discovery: Frente Cumbiero – Jaley Jaley (Video Oficial)

Colombian ‘Tropicanibalist’ Frente Cumbiero just released a video for their tune ‘Jaley Jaley’ extracted from their latest album Cera Perdida: https://ffm.to/ej91v8m The album, published in November on Biche, is a “very Frente Cumbiero” response to 2020, reflecting on the Colombian state of affairs and the protests happening around the country...
News: Bandcamp Your Friday, for One Last Time (Friday, 4th December 2020)

News: Bandcamp Your Friday, for One Last Time (Friday, 4th December 2020)

It goes without saying that we will miss Bandcamp Fridays… Today, till midnight (Pacific Time), is indeed the last appointment with one of our favourite initiatives meant to support and bring some well-deserved fee-free income to the pocketsof labels and musicians. So, to celebrate the 10th Bandcamp Friday of this...
Podcast: Rebel Up’s Nightshop #76

Podcast: Rebel Up’s Nightshop #76

Sweet September, 2,5 hours of music with 7 albums of the month and songs of the day. Starting with 3 songs of the day by Andy One, Penny Penny and Kemal Rachid. Our albums of the month start with traditional ritual Hauka folk music from Niger by Lingo Seino and...
Podcast: Radio Mukambo #460 – Global Crossover

Podcast: Radio Mukambo #460 – Global Crossover

This week Radio Mukambo focuses on two Japanese projects: Tokyo-based ten-piece wild Japanese folk band Minyo Crusaders joins forces with Colombian cumbia radicals Frente Cumbiero on the EP “Minyo Cumbiero” (on Mais Um Discos), while Japanese afrobeat rockers Stepak Takraw do it without horns on the EP “Livyatan” (on Soul...