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Bulla en el Barrio // Vámonos que nos Vamos LP [COLOR]

Bulla en el Barrio // Vámonos que nos Vamos LP [COLOR]

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Bulla en el Barrio, a bullelengue (traditional music from the Colombian Caribbean coast) band from New York, USA, will perform in Chicago in January 2024.sonoramaDebut record released from

Contains 8 modern bugerenge songs. It's a white board.

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12" white opaque vinyl. Edition of 500. 

tracklist:

  1. San Antonio (fandango) 04:21
  2. Madre Luna (sentao) 05:09
  3. Madre Sol (fandango) 03:56
  4. Madre Fuego (sentao) 03:39
  5. El Bocao (chalupa) 03:27
  6. Colombia sin Panama (sentao) 04:25
  7. Akie en al avenida (chalupa) 02:57
  8. Vámonos (chalupa) 03:18

Text excerpt by Figure & Ground:

"[...] Since 2015, Bulla en el Barrio has been envisioned as a collective and a study group of the traditional rueda de bullerengue – dance music originating from the Caribbean coast of Colombia that transmits ancient African rhythms and knowledge. The group's main focus and mission is to recreate the participative energy and vibes of la rueda, the circle. It's a concept that allows people with no prior musical experience to clap, sing, dance, socialize, and celebrate life in an open space.

Oliveros and co-founder Camilo Rodriguez – both in NY tropical futurism band Combo Chimbita – first experimented with writing their own bullerengue during their monthly residencies at Barbès in Brooklyn, culminating intwo singles released by Names You Can Trust in 2017. Thanks to these recordings, These two Bulla en el Barrio compositions are now sung in music festivals and ruedas all over Bullerengue territory.

Bulla now presents eight original songs recorded live, preserving and documenting the participative and rough vibes of the ruedas and live performances. 'We've been playing together since 2015,' describes Rodriguez. 'The group is a space to study, connect, to learn, so this record captures a moment where we were – taking a picture of a process. This was just what was happening at that time. It was a way to document what we were doing and our process learning, documenting bullerengue' [.. .]"

Artist: Bulla en el Barrio 

Label: Label: Sonorama x Figure & Ground

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Bulla en el Barrio, a bullelengue (traditional music from the Colombian Caribbean coast) band from New York, USA, will perform in Chicago in January 2024.sonoramaDebut record released from

Contains 8 modern bugerenge songs. It's a white board.

----------------------------------

12" white opaque vinyl. Edition of 500. 

tracklist:

  1. San Antonio (fandango) 04:21
  2. Madre Luna (sentao) 05:09
  3. Madre Sol (fandango) 03:56
  4. Madre Fuego (sentao) 03:39
  5. El Bocao (chalupa) 03:27
  6. Colombia sin Panama (sentao) 04:25
  7. Akie en al avenida (chalupa) 02:57
  8. Vámonos (chalupa) 03:18

Text excerpt by Figure & Ground:

"[...] Since 2015, Bulla en el Barrio has been envisioned as a collective and a study group of the traditional rueda de bullerengue – dance music originating from the Caribbean coast of Colombia that transmits ancient African rhythms and knowledge. The group's main focus and mission is to recreate the participative energy and vibes of la rueda, the circle. It's a concept that allows people with no prior musical experience to clap, sing, dance, socialize, and celebrate life in an open space.

Oliveros and co-founder Camilo Rodriguez – both in NY tropical futurism band Combo Chimbita – first experimented with writing their own bullerengue during their monthly residencies at Barbès in Brooklyn, culminating intwo singles released by Names You Can Trust in 2017. Thanks to these recordings, These two Bulla en el Barrio compositions are now sung in music festivals and ruedas all over Bullerengue territory.

Bulla now presents eight original songs recorded live, preserving and documenting the participative and rough vibes of the ruedas and live performances. 'We've been playing together since 2015,' describes Rodriguez. 'The group is a space to study, connect, to learn, so this record captures a moment where we were – taking a picture of a process. This was just what was happening at that time. It was a way to document what we were doing and our process learning, documenting bullerengue' [.. .]"

Artist: Bulla en el Barrio 

Label: Label: Sonorama x Figure & Ground