Gye-Ind – Trópico de Perla Mixtape

By | 27 May, 2011

This Friday we are bringing you the current sounds of Ecuador with this mixtape of new indie music from Ecuador put together thanks to the great people at Gye-Ind. Based in Guayaquil, Gye-Ind are devoted to promoting the best new sounds of Ecuador via their Gye-Ind website.

The mixtape has been named Trópico de Perla, mixing the phrases “the pearl of the Pacific” and “the last city of the tropics”, both of which are commonly used to refer to Guayaquil.

  1. Intro
  2. Juan Pescao – Equinoccio
  3. Mantaraya – Y Una Estrella Fugaz
  4. Teleácidos – Este Solía Ser Un Buen Vecindario
  5. Guerreros de Cartón – El Misterio del Hombre-Animal
  6. The Shame – Flow Flower
  7. Psycho Valley – Out There
  8. Vírgenes Violadoras – Quemadura de Tercer Grado
  9. Stereo Salado – Puerto Montt (Pts. 2 & 3)
  10. Lanny Barbie – La Cultura del Oso
  11. 7 de Brillo – Dia del Escudo
  12. Los Brigante – Track 09
  13. Pasajero – Maranatha
  14. Bejin de Kabuto – Sleeping Overdose
  15. Los Smokings – Welcome to the Club
  16. Viejo Sordo – Si Mataste a Alguien
  17. Los Corrientes – Poniendo esto en Aquello
  18. Ave – Unos Cuantos Pocos
  19. Rondamon – La Felicidad del Hombre Burbuja
  20. Niñosaurios – Te Reiste de Nosotros
  21. Mamá Soy Demente – Morir
  22. Andrés Arteaga – El Sid
  23. Rollervito – We Have All The Time In The World
  24. Brian Chimera – Pléisiúir
  25. mUte – Fantastic Fix

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We also featured new Ecuadorean music in Going Underground: New Music From Ecuador which contains some of the same artists as the mixtape.

For the latest on new music from Ecuador though we would of course have to recommend http://gye-ind.ec/ – thanks guys!


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