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  • blog November 8, 2016

    Exclusive Mix From Little Dynasty: La Tormenta Tropical en Colombia

    While researching our recent program Colombia in NYC, we reached out to Eric Banta, A.K.A. Little Dynasty, who runs the Brooklyn-based record label Names You Can Trust and its accompanying online storefront Independent Grand. Among many other excellent records, NYCT releases choice new music … Read more »

  • blog August 18, 2016

    Featured Artists: Colombia in NYC

    Gregorio Uribe Gregorio Uribe has made a name for himself in NYC leading a big band, performing mostly his original music. Check out the video for the title track from the big band’s debut album, Cumbia Universal featuring Rubén Blades: Lately Gregorio has … Read more »

  • program August 18, 2016

    Colombia in NYC

    New York City is home to a diverse community of Colombian musicians and groups who create in a wide range of traditional, popular and experimental music styles for diasporic communities and beyond. Our “Colombia in NYC” program takes us from … Read more »

  • blog April 15, 2014

    Rare Colombian Gems on New Sounds and Colours Comp

    Sounds and Colours, the magazine that has brought us so much impressive coverage of South American music (among other things), just dropped an especially exciting volume. The Rarezas Colombianas Mixtape was compiled by drummer and percussionist Pedro Ojeda. Ojeda has … Read more »

  • blog June 27, 2012

    Gypsy Jazzy Monsieur Periné Bring the Django Sound to Colombia

    Music is exported and imported, recovered and created. Often tracks and artists sit in the archives of time, just waiting to be rediscovered at the moment when the present catches up with the past. Monsieur Periné, a group from Colombia, … Read more »

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