From the highest mountain of the Andes, the deep Amazon jungle and Latin America's loudest cities, comes the explosive sound of Falakumbe. Cumbia-reggae chicha-punk mixed in a tropical casserole of distorted guitars, güiro and song that melts the stage and the audience together into a one big pachanga.
Falakumbes sweaty and energy-filled shows have made the band been compared with artists as Gogol Bordelo and Chico Trujillo. The band members emigrated from Peru and Chile to Europe. For them, Falakumbe is a liberated place for political resistance through music and dance.
With tremendous scene presence and genuine rebellious joy, Falakumbe succeeds in engaging his audience and creating swinging, euphoric and memorable shows.