porcarorama sound of Christmas 2014 goes South.
I was amazed to learn about their fresh indie and pop scene when i spent some days there at beginning of december. It confirmed the idea of an interesting musical Country which I already had in mind before, knowing the fact that Nicolas Jaar was born there.
You can hear Astro, which sounds very much like Passion Pit but look very much like MGMT; Mecanico, which just released their new album; Denver (which i think have one of the songs i like the most in the selection), which are “pololos” (the way they say that people are together in Chile – which i find super sweet word by the way) and also many others, including the more globally known Villalobos and the above mentionedJaar.
Enjoy, while drinking a Pisco Sour under the Christmas tree!
### special and huge thanks to Felipe Castillo (Pipo). without him and the music he gave me this compilation would not have been conceived.
#### thanks to Air France who stranded me between Europe and Latin America. being lost in time and space was a source of inspiration.
#1 Variations (Nicolas Jaar) #2 Adolecientes (Denver) #3 Colombo (Astro) #4 The Game (Mecanico) #5 Sudamerican Rockers (Tunacola) #6 Primera Estrella (Javiera Mena) #7 Bailar y llorar (Teleradio Donoso) #8 Cómo puedes vivir contigo mismo? (Alex Anwandter) #9 Sambacanuta (Rock Hudson) #10 Rollerskate (Matias Aguayo) #11 Musica y Discos (Nueva Orleans) #12 The only shrine I’ve seen (darkside) #13 Théorème D’Archimède (Ricardo Villalobos) #14 Novias (El Guincho feat. Javiera Mena)
# intro words by Salvador Allende.
## poems in Villalobos track by Pablo Neruda.