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Doctor Stereo La Cumbia Perdida
Doctor Stereo - La Cumbia Perdida
(7"/Download) Names You Can Trust NYCT 7007, 2011-07-04

Names You Can Trust presents No. 3 in its series of New Cumbia vinyl 45s. This latest release features an original track from Argentinian record junkie, producer and creator of the Soulfood parties in Buenos Aires, Doctor Stereo (aka Ezequiel Lodeiro), as well as a remix from Brazil's DJ Tahira. Doctor Stereo marks his debut on NYCT with a swinging summertime heatrock. La Cumbia Perdida is an exploration into early 1960s Cumbia roots, full of irresistible hip hugging piano licks against a contemporary backbone of heavy drums and squelchy synthesized effects. DJ Tahira (behind the excellent Fumãca Jazz Remix of GRC's Secret Stash on the NYCT Remixes EP) shifts the original track ever so slightly into Afro-Colombian territory, subtly adding a layer of quintessential Afro-Beat inspired guitar licks and a deft touch of deep subterranean bass.

Doctor Stereo La Cumbia Perdida
Doctor Stereo - La Cumbia Perdida
(7"/Download) Names You Can Trust NYCT 7007, 2011-07-04

Doctor Stereo - La Cumbia Perdida by Names You Can Trust

Tracklisting :
01. La Cumbia Perdida (original mix) 04:02
02. La Cumbia Perdida (Tahira's Afro-Cumbia remix) 04:16
03. Doctor Stereo - Que Bonito Amor (free bonus download)

Links :
Doctor Stereo : facebook (1) | facebook (2) | myspace | soundcloud (1) | soundcloud (2)
Names You Can Trust : official | discogs | facebook | myspace | soundcloud | twitter | youtube

Biography :
Doctor Stereo = freestyle vinyljunkie

Loves to mess around with samples from his dusty vinyls! Choppin' everything from street jazz, psychedelic soul, a gogo, latin soul, mambo, caribean, antilles, tropicalia, exotica, surf, cumbias perdidas, bolero, soundtracks, comedy, spoken word, big band, Memphis soul, rhythm & blues, hammond licks & more.

2011 La cumbia perdida (Names You Can Trust/USA) 7" vinyl
2009 Hear the difference (Jack To Phono/UK) 7" vinyl
2011 Kid Loco - My Daddy Waza (Dr Stereo rmx)


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