El Remolón "Nocturno"
Bueno Aires producer El Remolón has long been associated with the experimental side of the digital cumbia scene. On Selva—his new LP on ZZK, out today—he pushes himself further, this time exploring a whole range of sounds with the help of a considerable roster of guests pulled from the emerging alt-latino scene. “Nocturno” is the album's teaser track, and it shows off a warmer side to El Remolón's work that blends an insistent triplet shake with tricky Fender Rhodes playing and a chunky synthesized bassline. Put together, its four minutes offer an excellent soundtrack to a sun-soaked day (or simply a reminder that such days are possible).
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