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Juan Laya & Jorge Montiel - Electropical, Pt. 2
12" Vinyl
Out 5th October 2018

Juan Laya & Jorge Montiel

Electropical, Pt. 2


Expected: 5th October 2018 | 5 track nu-disco ep

Pete Herbert, Afro fusion outfit Oyobi and Neo Soul singer Andre Espeut jump on the train to the South American territories in order to meet Juan Laya & Jorge Montiel for the continuation of their latest sonic excursion: Electropical Part 2.

Track brakedown:

A1 Esta Musica - Feat. Andre Espeut: Andre drops his signature silky vocal sound translated in Spanish for this undercover groover of Synthesized Latin-Soul.

A2 Sabana (Pete Herbert Remix) The classic Venezuelan folk tune Sabana gets the PH treatment for this massive Balearic conveyor.

A3 Sabana Tonada De Ordeño - Milking songs are relaxing songs that peasants sing at farms across the entire Latin-American region when rounding up the cows in the early hours of the dawn.
The tonada Sabana (originally composed by maestro Simon Diaz) gets the Nu Jazz treatment for a full re-composition that shows a clear window into the restless spirit of sonic innovation that's driven Juan & Jorge since the early years of their career.

B1 Vuelo Del condor (Oyobi Remix): Oyobi delivers an Epic remix of El Vuelo Del Condor combining G Funk vibes with Afro / Latin roots.

B2 Semana Santa En Achaguas: A raw recording of live Drums and Congas so locked in a heavy Guaguanco groove, with the trumpet and vocal scatting of Andre Espeut's call and response setting it all off in an improvised jazz style somewhat reminiscent of Ray Barreto's early years of experimental psychedelia.