Candeleros shares ´El Bululú´, his new EP

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The South Americans come to make us dance with their psychedelic rhythms.

Candlesticks is a South American sextet based in Madrid. Caribbean sounds are the backbone of this musical experimentation that results in a psychedelic ritual, guided by the trance of percussion and guitar and synthesizer melodies. Today they have long tablecloths since it has been released The Bululútheir new EP via Folkrecords.

This is made up of two original songs and two remixes, “The Plateau” with its remix by Caribombo and “There are two left” with its remix by Piper Street Soundthese are two instrumental songs where we can appreciate the best of Caribbean sounds and rhythms, but without leaving behind the psychedelic beats that will make you dance more than you usually do since they are two very catchy songs that you will have in your mind. a long time.

“The Plateau” It mixes different rhythms, both Afro-Venezuelan and Caribbean. It is a cover of a Turkish folk song called “Yaylalar” performed by artists such as Selda Bagcam.

The remix of “The Plateau” the Venezuelan producer did it Caribomboresident in France.

“There are two left” It is a salsa cumbia, with an arrangement at the end of the song by Gaita de Tambora, a rhythm from the southern coast of Lake Maracaibo, Venezuela. It had the collaboration of the great singer Amazon Mad Dog in the voices.

The remix comes from the North American producer Matt MansfieldPiper Street Sound” in dub version.

You can now listen The Bululú and the entire discography of Candlesticksso run to listen to them and let yourself be captivated by the psychedelic Caribbean rhythms.


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