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For the third year we bring you our end of the year compilation, 8 tracks from 8 different artists projects, different genres that we expect it'll be your companion on the xmas festivities.
1. Cero39 - Berlombia
2. Many Faces - If You Want
3. Moroka - Loop Edge
4. Caballo feat. Pernett - Calle Infierno
5. Waya Waya - Ashewo
6. Royal Highness feat Isa GT - Juan Hunna G's
7. Fede Flores - Brain Damage
8. Bigote - Suck My *ick
Etor008 Release Date: December 16
On Many Faces 'If You Want'
David Terranova: "You have both somehow met in the middle merging both of your worlds together and it fuckin works"
Ivan Smagghe: "sounds great. good combination"
Eli (Soul Clap): "thanks for sending. nice vibes!"
For this year’s compilation, Isa GT brings a varied selection of tracks for a carefully curated compilation to celebrate the end of the third year of her label Etoro Records.
In Isa’s words: “Music compilations are very important at xmas time in Colombia, it is a nice memory I have from xmas time, the soundtrack of December, each track brings so many memories. It was clear for me that when I had my record label , I’d curate a compilation every December”
All the tracks in this compilation are festive and upbeat, a premise of Isa’s curatorial duties. Let this compilation play from start to finish, let it it take you places.
The compilation kicks off with Cero39, one of Colombia’s most talked about artists of 2013. The track Berlombia uses of the marimba, characteristic of the Colombian pacific coast, to evoke feelings of long journeys into the deep unknown.
Track number 2 is a worldwide premier. Many Faces is the new project of Isa GT and Sasa (In Flagranti). ‘If You Want’ gives listeners a glimpse of what’s coming up on their debut EP. The shimmering melodies are complemented with Isa’s raw talent for combining catchy lyrics with aloof vocals.
Etoro compilation regular Moroka presents us with Loop Edge, a track with a hint of early Daft Punk. Moroka takes a loop and crafts it a whole song, by taking one section to build into an exciting composition.
Track 4 is a collaboration between two Colombian artists Caballo (Mad Decent) and Pernett. ‘Calle Infierno’ is a critical look at today’s situation in Colombia. The song combines current events with dance music, denouncing the injustice of the farmers’ crisis.Etoro compilation regular Moroka presents us with Loop Edge, a track with a hint of early Daft Punk. Moroka takes a loop and crafts it a whole song, by taking one section to build into an exciting composition.
Track 4 is a collaboration between two Colombian artists Caballo (Mad Decent) and Pernett. ‘Calle Infierno’ is a critical look at today’s situation in Colombia. The song combines current events with dance music, denouncing the injustice of the farmers’ crisis.
Track number 5 marks the return of Waya Waya, the duo from Aguascalientes, Mexico who released the amazing La Tribu EP on Etoro last year. For this compilation Waya Waya bring their tribal sounds to Ashewo, a haunting rooty futuristic piece.
On track 6, Isa GT teams up with Texas duo Royal Highness, who created the perfect mix of punchy beats and Latin cadence for Isa to jump on vocal duties and pay respect to Latino star Chingo Bling (who coined the term Juan Hunna)
Next Brain Damage by Argentina’s Fede Flores, features a Latin rhapsody full of compassed rhythms and drums.
To wrap up the compilation we have Bigote from Spain, who adds Suck My Dick to the compilation. The Jersey House-inspired track has bold lyrics and spirit that make you vogue all the way home.
For more about Etoro Records, visit: http://soundcloud.com/etorohttp://www.etororecords.com/
For the amazing artists involved, visit:
Cero39 Codek Records http://soundcloud.com/morokahttp://soundcloud.com/caballo http://soundcloud.com/pernetthttp://soundcloud.com/wayawaya http://soundcloud.com/royal_highnesshttp://soundcloud.com/isagt Fede Flores BIĞØTE
Release/catalogue number: Etor008
Release date: Dec 16, 2013