NEW MIX: “Dame El Rock”

Today I offer you all a short but sweet mix of Latin treats from all over the western hemisphere; from the Bay Area of California to El Salvador to Uruguay!

The first mix that I’ve done for my own site (I know, I know), Dame El Rock is the first installment in what will surely be a continuing series that seeks to expose some of Latin America’s forgotten rock hard gems.  At times funky, psychedelic and soulful, this collection of tracks starts off heavy, but soon mellows out until finally culminating in one of my favorite songs of all time: Cofradia‘s rare “Tu Carino”!


— Dame El Rock —

Los Rodyn’s: “Cafe” (El Salvador)
Ray Camacho: “Damelo” (California)
People: “Picadillo” (Texas)
Via Libre: “Tiuba La Quieba” (El Salvador)
Challenger’s: “Emily” (Puerto Rico)
La Logia Sarabanda: “Cajon De Castanas” (Peru)
Los Zheros: “Cuarto Oscuro” (Peru)
Totem: “Caspita” (Uruguay)
Rulie Garcia: “Earthquake” (California)
Los Orientales: “La Danza Del Mono” (Peru by way of Colombia)
Cofradia: “Tu Carino” (Panama)


6 Responses to “NEW MIX: “Dame El Rock””

  1. Jose says:

    Coñooooo… this is tight!

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  3. vg- says:

    great stuff, thanks!

  4. nice adam!!! you gave me something good to listen to while i work.

  5. Anonymous says:

    This is amazing. Thanks so much for this. Can’t find any of this stuff on Amazon/ or anything, though. Not making it easy for me to get more into these groups! Any suggestions for someone that doesn’t own an ounce of record player?

  6. Anonymous says:

    This is amazing ! Thanks a lot !!

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