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Abelardo Carbono Y Su Grupo - La Pina Madura
Abelardo Carbono Y Su Grupo
La Pina Madura
7" | 2018 | EU | Original (Names You Can Trust)
13,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
A native of the Caribbean coast of Colombia, Abelardo Carbono achieved legendary status in his country's storied ranks of musical icons by combining the homegrown sounds of cumbia with the chiming guitars of West African soukous, enormously popular with the local tropical sound systems, and drenching the whole thing in his off-kilter, surreal and slightly psychedelic sensibility.With the exception of a well-received compilation of songs from his 1980s heyday, Carbono has been rarely heard from outside the sweaty dancehalls he still commands in his hometown of Barranquilla. Now, Names You Can Trust has welcomed the reclusive guitarist and singer back to the vinyl format with a simmering Afro-Carib beast of a cut, recorded with the assistance of Will "Quantic" Holland on rhythm guitar and Mario Galeano [Frente Cumbiero, Ondatropica] on keys and in conjunction with Lucas SIlva of Palenque Records & Polen Records. It's a true cross-generational and international collaboration that is uniquely possible via Colombia. The first release of this expansive & power packed studio session is a cover of vallenato pioneer Guillermo Buitrago's La Piña Madura. This updated take veers heavily towards Africa on a rock solid foundation of bass and drums, with Abelardo's trademark guitar and quirky vocals leading the way.
Combo Lulo - Atlantico
Combo Lulo
Atlantico
7" | 2018 | EU | Original (Names You Can Trust)
13,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Combo Lulo is that rare possibility of true magic moments manifested. Embodying the classic sentiment of a New York supergroup with an ensemble of friends and like-minded musicians whose resume is too full of credits and accolades to grasp in one shot, the band is a testament to what can happen when locked together for a two-day session in a Brooklyn studio.Drawing inspiration and direction from band leader, composer and multi-instrumentalist Mike Sarason, Combo Lulo moves side to side from effortless Jamaican foundation rhythms into the further reaches of Caribbean influence…incorporating a natural transition between Jamaican classics and the essence of Afro-Latin ritmo. It's a musical match made in heaven and, more importantly, it's carried out with the gentle and deft touch of veteran studio musicians with deep appreciation and nuanced understanding. Together with Names You Can Trust, it's a locked in groove that is a perfect slice of roots, collaboration & present day experimentation that is sure to have any listener feeling nice.
La Mecanica Popular - Noche Triler
Sabor Y Control - Sicario
Sabor Y Control
Sicario
7" | 2017 | EU | Original (Names You Can Trust)
13,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Originating from Lima, Peru - Sabor y Control has been holding the torch for classic salsa dura and descarga in their home country for the last 17+ years, churning out an unprecedented 7 studio albums and countless live shows and festivals. Led by saxophonist Bruno Macher and a talented orchestra of the highest order, the group maintains a steadfast dedication to the roots of the genre while maintaining a particular vision and style throughout their own original compositions. They have been a rare beacon of light for modern Salsa Peruana and salseros throughout South America. Now, they've teamed up with Brooklyn's Names You Can Trust to produce their first ever vinyl release to showcase internationally. This pair of sure shot salsa bombas feature incredible arrangements & writing that are at once deep, uplifting and primed for the dancers. It's a superb taster of tunes remixed and remastered exclusively for 7-inch vinyl play.
Combo Chimbita - El Corredor Del Jaguar
Combo Chimbita
El Corredor Del Jaguar
7" | 2016 | Original (Names You Can Trust)
12,99 €*
Release:2016 / Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
After a highly-regarded debut single on Names You Can Trust back in 2014, Combo Chimbita returns, expanded and transformed into one of the most original and wild ensembles currently cutting their teeth in the New York City live arena. Their latest 4-track studio effort, EL CORREDOR DEL JAGUAR, co-produced by NYCT's Greenwood Rhythm Coalition and featuring the powerhouse Carolina Oliveros on lead vocals, is an explosive tour de force of unbridled psychedelic energy and futuristic fire with firm roots in the ritmo of the African diaspora. With connections and inspiration drawn from the vast sea of Caribbean music - specifically the band's native Colombia - these transplanted first-generation New Yorkers have carved a unique corridor in the thriving underground jungle of the big bad city.
La Mecanica Popular - Roza Cruz
La Mecanica Popular
Roza Cruz
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Names You Can Trust)
24,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Preorder 22.06.2018
Since the release of their critically acclaimed debut album in 2013 on Names You Can Trust, La Mecánica Popular has quietly been contemplating the evolution of the group's sound, philosophy, and overall approach to making music. Band leader Efraín Rozas' experimental nature has continually pushed the boundaries of his own definition of not only Latin American music, but its broader relationship with music's global culture and history. The sound of "psychedelic salsa" that LMP helped capture in their debut was destined for further outside-the-box interpretations, and with the formation of a new quintet lineup over the last few years, LMP began to incorporate a more free, improvised and instrumental-focused performance of Rozas' increasingly radical compositions. The band subsequently took this liberated approach directly into the studio, recording Roza Cruz live, in its entirety. It was a cathartic experience, a necessary methodology for the new album's concept that embraced the intimate performance of its players and did away with standard techniques of isolation and overdubs.The evolution of the band's sound on Roza Cruz brings forth a blend of styles rarely heard together, a touch reminiscent of electric-era Miles Davis or Eddie Palmieri at his most experimental, as the driving force of timbales and congas provide a bed for a wave of lush, analog amplification that mirrors the dueling leads of fuzz guitar and electric piano. But as far out as those instruments take the listener, the raw rhythm — the clave — always keeps it tethered to the earth and the dance, a cerebral yet visceral gift for the mind and feet.
Agrupacion Ilegal Los Imparciales - Norwegian Wood
Agrupacion Ilegal Los Imparciales
Norwegian Wood
7" | 2018 | EU | Original (Names You Can Trust)
13,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Argentina's Agrupacion Ilegal Los Imparciales makes their triumphant return to Names You Can Trust! This time around the group has set out to record the definitive chicha version of the Beatles' world renown and oft-covered Norwegian Wood composition. An uptempo rambunctious cumbia riff, the instanty recognizable melody is transformed with a smattering of fuzzed out electric guitar and farfisa. The band's playful chorus echos the original's folksy disposition with a much needed frenzy of psychedelic bliss. On the flipside, in a true international collaborative effort, the band's chicha version is slowed down and given a bizarro rock-steady rebajada twist. Featuring drummer extraordinaire Rich Terrana from The Frightnrs and a touch of engineering expertise from NYCT / Daptone fam Victor Axelrod aka Ticklah, this alternate reality dub version imagines what it would have sounded like if the canonized Jamaican version of Norwegian Wood (aka Darker Shade of Black) was influenced from the popular sonidero systems of yesteryear.
El Santo Golpe - La Cosecha
El Santo Golpe
La Cosecha
7" | 2018 | EU | Original (Names You Can Trust)
13,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Part of the next wave in the thriving Afro-Latin alternative scene of greater Los Angeles & The Inland Empire, El Santo Golpe's debut release on Names You Can Trust leaves its mark with a very personal fusion of Central American & Caribbean folkloric traditions. This influence of different styles & cultures across the divergent regions is on full display, from the time honored rhythms and percussion of Garifuna music, to those lovingly reconizable lead elements such as the acordeón in cumbia (as heard in La Cosecha) or the jarana in son jorocho (as heard in El Camotal). It is through this uniquely American, and more specifically, Californian experience, that this group of peers has been able to come together to form a new set of multi-cultural roots and attitudes. The result of this two-sided debut is a fusion of raw percussion, unbridled energy & live performance. Two heavy sides to be celebrated within the dance.
Igbo - Gimme Gimme
Igbo
Gimme Gimme
7" | 2017 | EU | Original (Names You Can Trust)
8,54 €* 8,99 € -5%
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Sun, Skyy, Earth Wind & Fire...; Brooklyn-based IGBO (Indigo Green Brown Orange) reflect an elemental foundation of classic '70s and '80s funk and soul through a prism of hip arrangements and decidedly modern production befitting the diverse set of talented stage performers and composers they are. A sun-drenched celebration of life and musical positivity, their sonic palette evokes the same brilliant and playful colors as their name, the two songs presented here (on 45 for the first time) bursting with irresistible charm. It's a breath of uplifting fresh air in today's hyper-serious club landscape.
Malphino - Lalango
Malphino
Lalango
7" | 2016 | UK | Original (Names You Can Trust)
12,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Malphino is a mysterious band from an imaginative tropical island of the same name that plays cumbia and a heady mix of exotic sounds. Their music serves as a cinematic score to the backdrop of this mystical isle and its ethos.The musicians of Malphino reinterpret the traditional banda, playing organ, accordion, tuba, and an array of percussion and rhythms from all corners of the world. Their unique take on the style is no doubt influenced by their diverse membership. Malphino is a gathering of nationalities whose members hail from Japan, Malaysia, Colombia, France, UK and the Philippines, and are based in London. This central idea of multiculturalism is the foundation for Malphino's conceptual music project.Their first US-based single from Names You Can Trust features a pair of original tunes that dives deeper into the island's mythology. LALANGO, a folkloric tune about the ancient volcano and national holy mountain on Malphino, is delivered in a fantastic live cumbia rebajada style, a slow motion explosion of sound, adept to be broadcast from either the top of the mountain or in the valleys of the sonidero street corridors. REBUBLICA FEDERAL DE MAPLHINO, a song about one of the many local productions of the island, coffee, is naturally a jolt of high-octane caffeine - a joyous and frenetic celebration to round out this quick excursion to Malphino.
Agrupacion Ilegal Los Imparciales - Ni Chicha Ni Limonada
Rolando Bruno Y Su Orquesta Midi - Supermercado Chino
Rolando Bruno Y Su Orquesta Midi
Supermercado Chino
7" | 2016 | UK | Original (Names You Can Trust)
10,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Guitarist Rolando Bruno hails from Buenos Aires and got his start playing a raw brand of Garage and Punk with his band Los Peyotes. A few years back he took a step into the not-so-distant world of Afro-Peruvian Psicodelico that's had a recent renaissance throughout South America. What made his early forays into a more tropical branch of fuzz so unique was his accompanying band-or lack thereof. Armed with an electric guitar and self-produced and recorded backing tracks, Rolando Bruno and his Orquesta MIDI jet-setted across Europe and Japan as a mad scientist one-man band, laying down a relentless style of Chicha Classica gone loopy that earned him several tours and a full-length album with the Swiss imprint, Voodoo Rhythm. Originally recorded in 2011 and now remastered and presented by Names You Can Trust on vinyl for the first time, these two tracks are a glimpse into Rolando's prolific electric madness and a lysergic-laced pointer towards things to come from the talented six-stringer.
Superstructure - Out At The Deep End
Los Propios Bateros - Batazo Batero
Los Propios Bateros
Batazo Batero
7" | 2017 | EU | Original (Names You Can Trust)
11,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Los Propios Bateros began as a quest to discover a common Colombian rhythm pattern that could connect music from all over the Americas. Spearheading this experiment is prolific drummer and percussionist Pedro Ojeda (Romperayo, Los Pirañas, Ondatropica), who has spent years researching popular rhythmic styles preserved on the bounty of recorded Colombian treasures dating from the 1950s, '60s and '70s â?? treasures that have, outside of a burgeoning new generation of collectors, mostly been poorly preserved and ignored by the general public. Ojeda has documented this quest on a feature length film produced in tandem with Estudio Elgozo, shining light on many of the Colombian drum masters (the propios bateros) that are still alive, including Guillermo Navas, Plinio Córdoba, Germán Chavarriaga, Wilson Viveros and Juancho Cuao among many others. The production of the documentary serendipitously led to the most fabulous of recordings, presented on this single by Names You Can Trust, when the great Guillermo Navas and Germán Chavarriaga, as well as Ojeda himself and an all-star cast of younger generation musicians, assembled for a jam session in Bogotá. These two studio recordings are master classes in Colombian descarga and pompo, loose and improvised jams with a seductive, seasoned groove and flavor that is unmistakably Colombian, and inherently timeless.
Bulla En El Barrio - Rueda De Bullerengue
Bulla En El Barrio
Rueda De Bullerengue
7" | 2017 | EU | Original (Names You Can Trust)
12,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Bullerengue is a tradition that originated in the caribbean region of Colombia, and it can be heard from los Montes de Maria all the way to el Uraba Antioqueсo. It is through the drums, chants, and dances that knowledge is transmitted from generation to generation. El Bullerengue is a life style, a way to celebrate festivities, life, and the African legacy in Colombia,Bulla en el Barrio was born in New York City as a way to continue a learning process that started back in Baranquilla, Colombia. It culminated with the arrival of lead singer Carolina Oliveros to the city in 2013, and her connection with a tight-knit group of local Colombian musicians. They began to fill parks and other public places with the sounds of their home country to a small audience. Little by little, some of this audience became participants, and in turn, the participants became students of the sound who eventually joined the group. The ensemble has maintained a deep focus on the art and discipline of los bailes cantados, a series of spontaneous music and dance from Colombia's caribbean region that share a complex history and rhythm depending on their exact zone and tradition of practice. The tradition of el bullrengue is at the core of Bulla's process, and in the case of these recordings, you will hear two examples (fandango & chalupa) of the three different rhythmic structures that make up el bullerengue.From the beginning days of Bulla, the group has since transformed into a community of over 12 active members who all share a strong sense of connection to their roots - and consciousness of their ancestors. It is through the participation and love of this active membership that Bulla has become not only a creative space where musical ideas are shared, but also a space of integration and immigrant resistance.
Fixing Clocks - Given
Fixing Clocks
Given
7" | 2016 | EU | Original (Names You Can Trust)
10,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Fixing Clocks are neighbors and allies Thomas Shiner (Doc Delay) and Zachary Martin. Much like the guts of a timepiece, the concentric moving parts of melody and thump are at the heart of these two synergisitic soundscapes. It's an ode to the beautifully strange and twisted compositions of psychedelic lore, yet completely original and with their own candid charm.
Extra Classic - In This Life
Extra Classic
In This Life
7" | 2016 | (Names You Can Trust)
10,19 €* 11,99 € -15%
Release:2016 /
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Based out of San Francisco, Extra Classic is a unique live band formed with a keen appreciation of vintage reggae & vintage sounds. The aesthetic, and certainly the skilled method of their production, is an ode to the art of that classic style as referenced to the term coined by the Cool Ruler himself. Recording in their own studio, Nopal Recording, the band employs a taster's choice of analog equipment and is devotedly tracked, spliced and mixed in-house direct to tape. However, as the group's name itself implies, there is a dose of something extra and new in this swirling mixture of space echo, heavy phase, and emotive, psychedelic California-soul.Built upon the rock of an early-era dancehall swing, their first single in conjunction with Brooklyn-based imprint Names You Can Trust entitled In This Life, is a perfect slice of lover's rock gone sideways, a decidedly left-coast piece of roots and bliss driven by Adrianne deLanda's lovely lead vocals and the steady, dusty echoes of the locked in players. Presented in the traditional format with a version as per NYCT fashion, the dub mix incorporates a soothing dose of synare beams and underwater instrumental dreams.
Miguelito Superstar - Superficial Dubs
Miguelito Superstar
Superficial Dubs
12" | 2015 | UK | Original (Names You Can Trust)
16,99 €*
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Veteran recording engineer & producer Miguelito Superstar of Nación Funk Studios and Los Fulanos stuck around behind the boards after recording Fundación Tony Morero’s “Superficial” LP to assemble a selection of outta sight disco dub versions exclusively for Names You Can Trust The results are in the tradition of Imagination’s Night Dubbing and in line with the dance-floor sensibilities of Francois K's early 80s B-sides, a selector’s choice of extended boogie bangers connecting the dots between New York City, Barcelona & the Balearic Islands.
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