Sonido Martines’ Top 11 Obscure Psych Cumbia Gems

By | 15 September, 2015

While it is not exactly true to say that these songs are described as “psych cumbia” in Latin America, it’s true that this name has found its place as a way of referring to various different styles of tropical Latin American music. And here it is! This is the point where the Andean guitar got tropicalized and gave birth to a whole new danceable musical universe.

This short selection is devoted to songs that are not particularly well-known from the genre, with the majority from Peru, but also from Ecuador and Mexico.

Los Pakines “Venus”

El Tunchi Loco “Rebajada”

Tony Marín y Los Tierra Roja “Pongo de Manseriche”

Jasehf y Su Grupo “Piscis y Acuario”

Los Scorpios “Si No Quieres Bailar Vuelve a Casa”

Los Atomos de Paramonga “El Trencito”

Ranil “Pueblo”

Los Angeles “Oasis”

Polibio Mayorga “Cumbia de los Borrachitos”

Las Animas de Tepito “Temazo Sonidero”

Los Blue Kings de Ñaña “El Rey Loco”


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