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  • country:Colombia
  • region:Bogota
  • style(s):Cumbia, Latin
  • label:Barbes Records
  • type:Band
  • gender:male, female
  • instrumentation:instrumental, percussion, salsa and latin band, guitar
  • artist posted by:Dérapage Prod

Line up

  • Diana Sanmiguel  (Percussion)
  • Ivan Medellin (Accordion, Keyboards, Voice)
  • Juan David Lacorazza  (Electric Guitar)
  • Luis Lizarralde  (Drums, Timbales)
  • Miguel Rore  (Percussion, Voice)
  • Nicolas Eckardt  (Bass)
  • Roberta Léone  (Percussion, Voice)


The latest of sweet crazy psyche-tropical, La Sonora Mazurén, the new tropical indie eldorado from the mountainous and noisy Bogotá

Last representative of the new alternative tropical scene of Bogota, La Sonora Mazurén is the tropical indie emerald of the mountainous and noisy Bogotá, accompanied by the singers womens of La Perla ; Diana Sanmiguel and Giovanna Mogollón, and virtuoso musicians who handle noise and psychic harmonies and unravel all the mysteries of the cumbia accordion.

La Sonora Mazurén are inspired by Brazilian Tropicalia and tropical retro-futurism and use synths and electric guitars alongside the vallenato accordion and more traditional percussion. Their sound transports the audience to diverse contexts, from continental umbias, to Peru's psychedelic chichas, and african fuzz. Their staging includes electric guitar, vintage keyboards, accordion, latin percussion, and a singer duo.Lisergic and tropical, La Sonora Mazurén is one of the new gangs representing Colombia’s new tropsychedelia.

The musicians all belong to this new Bogotá scene driven by the first generation of experimenters of all genres, with groups such as Frente Cumbiero, Ondatropica, Curupira, Los Pirañas, Los Toscos and the Meridian Brothers.

Often coming from jazz and experimental music, this first generation finally became passionate about Colombian tropical music by reinventing new ways of reinterpreting traditional music in sometimes esoteric, but always playful contexts - with more rock instrumentation and acoustic and electronic mixes.

Their first album, "Bailando con Extraños", released this year, is produced by the famous Eblis Álvarez of the Meridian Brothers on the Barbes Records Label, also producer of the compilation The Roots of Chicha, as well as productions by chicha and cumbia groups such as Chico Trujillo, Chicha Libre, and Los Wemblers.