Beat Latino with Catalina Maria Johnson

Nuestra música: past, present and future


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This week’s musical journey on Beat Latino through the new releases includes Cuban changüi from Los Angeles, new music from another one of Austin’s prolific and uber-talented Adrian Quesada with the Echocentrics and southwestern desert rock, and even more Austin goodies with Money Chicha, which features members of the Grammy-award winning Latin orchestra Grupo Fantasma and its offshoot funk outfit Brownout performing  sounds inspired by Peru and Colombia. For the quieter part of the our paseo, check the lovely jazz tune to Mozambique by Cuba’s Harold-Lopez Nussa or the re-imagined boleros of Frankie Reyes (aka Gifted and Blessed). There’s never a lack of wondrous grooves in the Beat Latino universe!

Title Artist Album Label Year Length
Traka La Dame Blanche La Dame Blanche. 2016 03:42:00
O Sol (feat.Tita Lima) The Echocentrics & Tita Lima Echo Hotel. Nacional Records 2016 03:06:00
Festejo Desaparecido Chinchano Un cambio. Skiptone Music 2016 07:00:00
Changui Pa Ayotzinapa Changüi Majadero El Changüi Majadero. Changüí del Guaso Productions 2016 04:32:00
Ser como el aire libre Agustín Lira and Alma Songs of hope and struggle by Agustin Lira. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings 2016 02:45:00
Alma Adentro Frankie Reyes ¡Boleros, valses y mas!. Stones Throw Records 2016 03:05:00
Dame tu consuelo Mateo Kingman Respira. AYA Records 2016 04:00:00
Rescatarme iLe iLevitable. Sony Music Latin 2016 04:35:00
Mamá Los Fabulosos Cadillacs La Salvación de Solo y Juan. Columbia 2016 04:11:00
Mozambique en Mi Harold López-Nussa El Viaje. Mack Avenue Records 2016 03:53:00
Huancadelica Señor Griff Sonidos Raíces del Perú. Sounds and Colours 2016 04:05:00
Lamento en la Selva Money Chicha Echo en México. Vampisoul 2016 05:03:00
Canto Negro Negro Dub 10 Years of Electrocumbia. 2016 03:33:00
Cala a Boca (Da Cruz vs. Bonaparte Remix) Da Cruz Cala a Boca (Remixes). Godbrain 2016 03:57:00




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