- 1. Hang On The Pump - Cumbia Refix 4.22 2554 plays
- 2. Fazendo Uma (Kulipandeo Remix) - Kuto Quilla 3.32 1980 plays
- 3. La Mentira (Pichikateo Version) 3.49 1737 plays
- 4. Psyco Killer (Cumbia Refix) 3.46 1949 plays
- 5. No Se Keja (Piraña Refix) 5.16 1185 plays
- 6. Whitout People We Are Nada - Kuto Quilla 6.26 1311 plays
- 7. Estado Resignado (Nunka Mas Remix) 4.14 1142 plays
- 8. Casa del Dolor - Put Your Head Up (Kuto Quilla Remix) 3.27 1393 plays
Tunche Soundsystem - Piratea & Difunde Demo 2012 3 tracks, 11.45 Kuto Quilla Selektah on February 12, 2013 11:47
Kontra Toda Autoridad EP 2012 - Caballito Netlabel 7 tracks, 28.44 Kuto Quilla Selektah on October 26, 2012 12:00
La Revolucion Del Olluco EP 2011 - Caballito Netlabel 14 tracks, 1.00.11 Kuto Quilla Selektah on February 07, 2012 08:04
- 1. El Color de la Tierra 4.52 2592 plays
- 2. Yo Contra To 3.12 1618 plays
- 3. Somos Indigenas 4.10 1745 plays
- 4. Kispinchodub 2.56 1364 plays
- 5. Invecil Riddim 3.20 1414 plays
- 6. DubStone 2 4.20 1243 plays
- 7. Revolucion Kaliente Will Not Be Televised 4.06 1543 plays
- 8. Amador 3.44 1392 plays
- 9. Taita 5.28 1481 plays
- 10. HerlinDub 7.30 1086 plays
- 11. Its A Roche Bigga (Achorado Remix) 2.28 1218 plays
- 12. Noedub 5.37 1111 plays
- 13. El Milagro Rebelde 4.16 1481 plays
- 14. La Danza del Petrosound 4.09 1332 plays
“Música demente para que baile la gente” (“crazy music to make people dance”) was the phrase used to describe the eclectic, musical fusion style energy of the parties organised by DJ Kuto Selektah Quilla on the underground scene in Buenos Aires (2007-2009)
These parties were created to showcase a new style of experimentation from this underground scene – fusing popular and traditional Latin American music with contemporary western music. This musical fusion of Latin American styles (cumbia, afroperuvian, afrocolombian, salsa, chicha and huayno) and western styles (dance hall, ska, reggae, dub and drum and bass) is the trademark sound of DJ Kuto Selektah Quilla.
This previously unheard of blend of rhythms is what inspired Kuto Selektah Quilla to start to produce his own music. While still very present on the Buenos Aires scene, Kuto travelled extensively throughout South America during these years – bringing with him his original fusion and flavour of sounds, with shows in Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador and Colombia.
In 2011, he launched his first production "La Revolucion del Olluco Beat" in which he captures the fusion of the rhythms previously mentioned, with a militant message about bringing union to Latin America.
In 2012 Kuto Selektah Quilla showcased his first European tour visiting France, Belgium, Sweden and Germany. During this tour he launched his second EP “Kontra Toda Autoridad” - a work of extremely rhythmic mashups of reggae and cumbia, while still maintaining the combative line of his earlier work. This EP received good criticism from the global bass scene.
“ Pichikateando” Kuto's third EP was released in February, 2013, at the end of his South American tour. This work is more focused on Amazonian and indigenous sounds – reflecting the struggles and problems they are facing.
With an Afroperuvian mother, and a father with indigenous roots from Cusco, Kuto has a diverse ancestry. This ancestral cultural blend, as well as his diverse social network, has given him the inspiration to create music and to make people dance. From his culture there is a saying that goes: “To dance is to celebrate life, and dancing gives more life to life”.