New Sounds Of Peru Playlist #7

By | 01 June, 2020

We found ourselves here again, diving into new music as a way of cleansing our minds and bodies from the stress and uncertainty these times are bringing to us. We all need a break from reality, or at least something that will keep us company while we are trapped in the new normal. Peruvian artists haven’t stopped putting out music, even in the adversity they’re facing now, which is not only a pandemic, but also the lack of action from a government that hasn’t yet established ways of helping the music industry workers yet, after more than two months of total lockdown. Yet music keeps moving us, even when it is taken for granted.

Listen to the playlist here:

Here are the latest additions:

Susana Baca – El Lagarto Está Llorando

Genre: A Capella
City: Lima

Alejandro y Maria Laura – La Princesa y el Río

Genre: Indie folk
City: Lima

La Zorra Zapata – Llamado Ciego

Genre: Acoustic pop
City: Lima

Números Primos – Mejor otro día 

Genre: Latin folk
City: Lima

Sebastián Gereda – No sé cómo te vi

Genre: Synth pop
City: Lima

Nicolás Duarte – Canciones de Amor en Mi Menor

Genre: folk rock
City: Lima

Micaela Salaverry – Si en la noche

Genre: Urban pop
City: Trujillo

Plastical People – Sxt (Es por ti)

Genre: Synth pop
City: Lima

A.CHAL ft. Gunna – Hollywood Love

Genre: Electronic R&B
City: New York

Gala Briê – Otro Tiempo

Genre: Electronic R&B
City: Lima

Buen José – Nictofobia

Genre: Post punk, pop
City: Lima

POLONY – Pasajeros

Genre: Indie rock
City: Lima

Autobus – Nueva Impresión

Genre: Indie pop
City: Lima

Plug Plug – A donde sea

Genre: Post hardcore, punk
City: Lima, San Francisco

Laguna Pai – El Tambor

Genre: Reggae, pop
City: Lima

Olaya Sound System – Cantemos

Genre: Cumbia
City: Lima

Mauricio Mesones – Ven Mi Amor

Genre: Cumbia
City: Lima


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