The Colombian neo-tropicalist combo Meridian Brothers has been guiding us for several years in the psyche of Andean, Latin or Afro-Caribbean folklore. Thought as a project of experimentation and sound research initiated by Eblis Álvarez, figure of the Colombian underground, the combo has since its creation made of the sound strangeness a festive ground. Good news, the Colombian stars are back in France for the release of their new album on August 5th !
The style of Meridian Brothers is part of the neo-tropicalista movement in Colombia taking place at the beginning of the 21st century. The roots of the group can be found in the ephemeral Ensamble Polifónico Vallenato project, where its members (Eblis Álvarez among them) dedicated to experiment with influences from traditional Colombian music such as […]Read more