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‘Punkero Sonidero’ by Ondatrópica
Taken from the forthcoming Punkero Sonidero 7” - Released on 25th June
Available on 7” / Digital
Punkero Sonidero is the A side to the first single from Frente Cumbiero’s Mario Galeano and Will ‘Quantic’ Holland’s new all-star Colombian band Ondatrópica.
It is a raw, instrumental tune and with its analog synth bass and four-to-the-floor feel is the band's salute to the cumbia diaspora worldwide. It was one of the first tracks that the group recorded after they entered the famous Discos Fuentes studios in Medellín and so it seems fitting that it should be the first track to get cut to vinyl.
Ondatrópica brings together an all-star cast representing both the classic and modern styles of la musica Colombiana and features legendary figures (Fruko, Anibal Velasquez, Wilson Viveros, Michi Sarmiento to name a few) from Colombia’s rich musical past alongside younger Colombian musicians including members of both Mario’s band Frente Cumbeiro and Quantic’s Combo Barbaro as well as some specially invited guests.
‘I Ron Man’ is on the flip-side, a drunken take on Black Sabbath’s classic ‘Iron Man’ with a tongue-in-cheek title – ‘Ron’ being ‘Rum’ in Spanish
Release/catalogue number: SNDW7018
Release date: Jun 25, 2012