Meridian Brothers - Cumbia Siglo XXI (Les Disques Bongo Joe)
In the late nineteen seventies and early nineteen eighties, Colombian Cumbia Siglo XX was one of the innovators in the cumbia genre, starting to incorporate influences from disco and rock in their music. With 'Cumbia Siglo XXI', Eblis Alvarez aka Meridian Brothers now takes the innovation of the genre into the twenty-first century.
Meridian Brothers - ¿Donde Estas Maria? (Soundway Records)
Meridian Brothers, the musical playground of Colombian singer and guitarist Eblis Alvarez returns with '¿Donde Estas Maria?'.
Meridian Brothers - Los Suicidas (Soundway Records)
'Los Suicidas' ("the suicides"), the new long player by Colombian band Meridian Brothers is the first part of what should eventually become a trilogy, dedicated to and inspired by the work of Colombian pianist and Hammond organist Jaime Llano Gonzalez, who made a name for himself with his ambient-versions of traditional Colombian genres like pasillo, bambuco and, of course, cumbia.
Meridian Brothers - Salvadora Robot (Soundway Records)
For their trippy 2012 release 'Desesperanza', Meridian Brothers, the project around Eblis Alvarez, mostly opted for salsa rhythms, but for successor 'Salvadora Robot' for each track another Latin American genre - from Dominican merengue for 'Somos Los Residentes', over something reminiscent of Peruvian chicha for the instrumental 'El Gran Pajaro De Los Andes', to reggaeton for 'Baile Ultimo'- was explored.
Meridian Brothers - Desesperanza (Soundway Records)
Electronic music is clearly gaining in popularity on the South-American subcontinent.
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