Enter The Subtropical Jungle With The New Double Compilation By Fértil Discos

By | 11 August, 2017

The adventure starts at night in Volume 1, with tracks that move around cumbia and club inspired rhythms. Then in Volume 2 comes the day, with digital folklore and slow house tracks taking over. Don’t get confused, both albums have upbeat and danceable tracks and are very pleasantly homogeneous, making them come full circle and represent the current local and global stage of South American made and inspired music.

Inside, we can find tracks of house names like El Remolón, founder and label head, Pol Nada, Barda and Jin Yerei. The collection also includes international guests like the Madrid based British producer Kaygee, with “Humos De Boira”, and Santi from Paraguay with “Galata”, an electronic track that contains dubbed out organic instruments.

This compilation showcases the work that this hand made label has been doing since its creation in 2015, with ancestral music at is core and peripherally reaching contemporary sounds of electronic production, its catalogue consists of new takes on chacarera, chamarrita and cumbia. Step by step, Fértil Discos is building a space for cultural recovering and international projection with very high respect of the tradition.

Electrónica Orgánica Vol. 1 & 2 are now available on Bandcamp


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