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Interactivo

Interactivo

Interactivo


Interactivo Juan de Marcos's independent DM Ahora! label hits the ground running with this great debut from Interactivo, a collective based around five Cuban artists: Yusa, Telmary Diaz, Francis del Rio, William Vivanco and Roberto Carcassés. Yet Goza Pepillo's melange of progressive-Afro-Latin-funk-rap, full of the flamboyant, good-humoured musicianship we are accustomed to hearing from Cuba's finest, is hardly indie in style. The album has a life-affirming exuberance that only flags at its more eccentric Read more on Last.fm
Interactivo Juan de Marcos's independent DM Ahora! label hits the ground running with this great debut from Interactivo, a collective based around five Cuban artists: Yusa, Telmary Diaz, Francis del Rio, William Vivanco and Roberto Carcassés. Yet Goza Pepillo's melange of progressive-Afro-Latin-funk-rap, full of the flamboyant, good-humoured musicianship we are accustomed to hearing from Cuba's finest, is hardly indie in style. The album has a life-affirming exuberance that only flags at its more eccentric, guitar-centric moments: for example, on the tricksy cover of I Want You (She's So Heavy). Songs such as Vivanco's Cafe ("People leave the island but don't get what they hoped for") are bitter and sweet.

Pa'que Enamore (Azucena y Girasoles) and Palabrara are upbeat and melodic. And where some tunes hark back to older Latin-pop gestures, rapper Telmary - deadpan and beguiling - brings us right into the present, as on Quién te Dijo?, where she and Carcasses declaim that "capitalists are walking around, disguised as socialists". Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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