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MoBlack Records' resident pirates hook on Iberican Sound proponent and one of Spain's most decorated House DJ/Producers, DJ Chus to resurrect Etelvina Maldonado's Bullerengue rhapsody. And in a year when almost anything seems possible, the late Colombian folk legend's presence comes out very much alive in the trio's reenactment of her iconic "A Pila el Arro." Often paraded in a cortege of tribal drumming, the Cantaora's vocal prowess thrive and foment amid organic soundscapes, and Sparrow, Barbossa and Chus lather a kaleidoscope of soul-stirring and body-binding percussive elements, meanwhile integrating subtle electronic maneuvering at proper cadence for impeccable danceability. MBR409 is a collage of prismatic sounds that radiate the essence of earth with each grounding and invigorating beat; a solar-powered patch of sonic fortitude that vibrate human touch through Etelvina Maldonado's dauntless verses - a much needed refuge and a sought after luxury in our progressively digital and increasingly
isolated world.

Press by Marie J Floro

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