Machuca Drops New EP Full Of Latin Acid Tracks On Disque Discos

By | 29 April, 2016

Christian Nieto has developed a strong bond with acid and analogue sounds on his multiple projects to date, with Grandsonbeats one of the most notorious. On his latest release, his alter ego Machuca takes the acid trip to a very tropical state of mind, with the pronounced use of congas, whistles and shaker synthetic sounds.

Previously having released his debut EP, Iberá, on Argentinean label Dengue Dancing Records, the Chilean producer presents its follow up on the Mexican dance imprint Disque Discos, expanding his sound through Latin horizons and regional discotheques around South America.

A three track EP, Machucados is a little darker than its two-track predecessor. Main lead in “Chinampas” is a repetitive whistle, reminiscent of a carnival but with an electronic perspective. Next up is “Jarana”, a much denser dance floor anthem for the after hours, which also includes a steady remix by Mexican techno producer, Mijo.


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