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Meridian Brothers

Bogota’s the Meridian Brothers will be the creation of Eblis Álvarez, who writes, arranges, makes, takes on, and sings everything on the recordings, though when the music group plays live he’s aided by other music artists. Their music is nearly unclassifiable, a bracing meld of digital and organic tools, affected …

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Los Gaiteros de San Jacinto from Colombia

Though los Gaiteros de San Jacinto from Colombia have been using gaitero music (the original type of cumbia) for quite some time, many of them, including Antonio “Toño” Fernández, lived in poverty and without recognition within their indigenous property. It wasn’t until 2003, whenever a film over the music arrived, …

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Tango Saloon

Among the many tasks by experimental Australian guitarist/bassist/keyboardist Julian Curwin, Tango Saloon combines two of his favourite designs, tango and Ennio Morricone-inspired spaghetti European soundtracks, and 14 additional music artists from Australia’s experimental picture into 1 improv-driven group. Having a house foundation in Sydney, Tango Saloon, who frequently performed with …

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A.B. Quintanilla y los Kumbia Kings

Abraham Quintanilla III remained in the forefront of Latin pop for a long time at a time, primarily like a maker with an extended background, but also while the sibling of Selena, while popular songwriter, so that as a polarizing troublemaker. His documenting career started alongside that of his iconic …

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Ivan Ovalle

Before becoming famous performing his own music, Colombian singer/songwriter Ivan Ovalle worked well behind the scenes and wrote hits for a few of vallenato’s biggest stars. Diómedes Díaz, Jorge Oñate, Beto Zabaleta, Rafael Orozco, and many more had hits along with his music before Ovalle started performing his personal tracks …

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Henri Debs

A Guadeloupian business owner who began his profession being a biguine artist and gained renown as the originator of a method dubbed ‘biguine kombas.’ Presently he is most widely known for his studio room in Stage … Pitre, Guadeloupe, known occasionally as Studio room Zouk La Terreur. Being a previous …

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Reijo Taipale

Reijo Taipale is a favorite Finnish iskelmä (schlager) performer, most widely known & most loved for his tangos. Finnish schlager music, unlike its Central Western european cousin, is frequently symbolized by melancholy and melodramatic ballads and sometimes includes components of both Nordic folk music and Argentine tangos. Reijo Taipale was …

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Cuerdas del Sur

The interweaving of classical guitar and Indian harp produces the sensitive sounds of Argentina-based duo, Cuerdas del Sur (translated: Strings from the South). Close friends since the middle-1960s, guitarist Eduardo Tacconi and Indian harper Lorenzo Manlio Paris formalized their musical cooperation in 1993. Since that time, both instrumentalists have continuing …

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Zona 7

Market leaders of Venezuela’s hip-hop merengue motion, Zona 7 released their debut recording in 1996; Brinca Pa’rriba adopted two years later on.

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Roberto Juan Rodriguez

Percussionist, composer, and arranger Roberto Juan Rodriguez, whose exclusive blending of Latin and Jewish music provides essentially created a complete new hybrid, was created in Cuba, the kid of veteran horn participant Roberto Luis Rodriguez. Younger Rodriguez examined violin, piano, and trumpet in Havana, and discovered to try out drums …

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