Latin Hemispheres (Music)
Providing a wide spectrum of contemporary tunes, beats, sounds and pulsations all with the Latin touch. From club dance to traditional rhythms, from tock to jazz, from chill to throb. Two hours of fun, grace, weird and the human spirit. ¡Asi nos gusta!
Sun Dec 5th 2010 1.00am–3.00am
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Mo' Horizons “Foto Viva”
from Bassic Institnct II (Stereo Deluxe) —German producers/djs Ralf Droesemeyer & Mark 'Foh' Wetzler, combining Latin jazz/downtempo/bossa nova/funk/acid jazz/soul.... electronica. From their 1999 release, Come Touch the Sun, also on this double disc sampler.
Rodrigo Y Gabriela “Buster Voodoo”
from 11:11 (ATO www.atorecords.com 2009) R —... because their contact was no where to be found. But their drive to fuse heavy metal music, (which was their forte back home) with flamenco acoustic styles made the scene.... big time.
Rodrigo Y Gabriela “Hanuman”
from 11:11 (ATO www.atorecords.com 2009) R —A world wide success, from Japan to Spain and back to America. This release is dedicated to their eleven idols, this track for Carlos Santana and the previous, to Jimmy Hendrix.
Kinky “Mas (Toy Selectah Remix)”
from Rarities (Sonic 360 2007) —From Monterrey, Mexico, mixing a bit of punk, good dose of funk and plenty of rock, debuting at the Latin Alternative Music Conference (LAMC) 2000, New York City.
Kinky “The Headphonist”
from Atlas (Sonic 360 2004) —Their music is featured in many commercials and T.V. shows
Mano Negra “Amerika Perdida” (Virgin France 1991) —Parisian born artist, José-Manuel Thomas Arthur Chao. His parents were from Spain, but fled the country during the Franco dictatorship. With his brother Antoine Chao and cousin Santiago Casariego, they started this band in the late 80's
Manu Chao “Rainin In Paradise”
from La Radiolina (Nacional 2007) —In the mid 90's Mano Negra split up, but Manu continued the music mix of different styles, touring in different ways, with different members.
Manu Chao “Politik Kills”
from La Radiolina (Nacional 2007) —The tours combined acrobatic performers on boats/ships and trains, in unconventional ways, via the underground.
Juan Luis Guerra 440 “No Aparecen”
from Asondeguerra (CAPITOL 2010) N —Brings to a total of 12 Latin Grammy wins, from the Dominican Republic, getting his start at the Berklee College of Music in Massachusetts, with over 14 full length releases, and this his latest, 'best contemporary tropical album' Latin Grammy winner.
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