Experience Remezcla Música’s RE TV series with City Sessions. On these exclusive episodes, you’ll check out RE artists perform some of their latest tracks on the streets of NY, LA, SF, Chi, Mia, and beyond. For our debut, we present to you Colombia’s electropical group Bomba Estéreo.
At our neighborhood in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg, Bomba Estéreo’s frontwoman Liliana Saumet and guitarist Julián Salazar pay us a visit and get down and funky with two acoustic songs: “El Alma y El Cuerpo” and “Lo Que Tengo Que Decir” off their newest album Elegancia Trópical (out now in Colombia and worldwide in October via Polen Records); acoustic guitar courtesy of Gibson.
During this live city session, Li Saumet talks with us about their hotly anticipated record, the significance of remaining indie, and her love for Remezcla and NYC. We’re smitten.
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