295 // Balam – Sudor From Hell

Our hermano Balam is wreaking havoc on the H-O-T compilation U're Guay Records & Borogodó put together.

Fire is “a process in which substances combine chemically with oxygen from the air and typically give out bright light, heat, and smoke; combustion or burning”. “Fogo”, the equivalent word in Portuguese, represents here the union of two hot South American projects in a compilation with several Latin artists – from Brazil to Uruguay, passing through Argentina: Ariel Freitas, Balam (SXDNS048), Camões & Martha Pinel, Cauana, Hoochie Coochie Papa, Imanol, Lagoeiro, Maco Maltauro, Mau Maioli (SXDNS246), Panko & Dada Scáthach, Ricardo Ruben (SXDNS103) and Sub-P, each one contributing with their plural and vast sonorities, helping to turn “U’re Guay Feat. Borogodó Pres. FOGO” one of the most interesting releases of the year so far.

The track we chose to premiere, “Sudor From Hell”, is another irrefutable proof that Argentinian producer Balam is definitely one of the most creative artists amid the so-called Indie Dance scene. His infernal contribution to the compilation brings an interesting fusion of Soca, Samba and Afro, resulting in a true percussion extravaganza with an astounding upbeat atmosphere.

You can find (and buy) this and other music pearls on the Bandcamp page of the label.

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