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Ram y los Mixes

  The time has come for us to write about Ram y Los Mixes.  Ram y Los Mixes? Yeah, Ram y Los Mixes… what about them? Well who is Ram and who are the Mixes? Look, Ram is the founder and the Mixes, the wonderful orchestra playing the wonderful tunes in their wonderful songs. You could have started from there, then. Ok, shut up, it’s not your article, let me do my thing. Ram y Los Mixes was born in 2008, when Ramires (indie garage rock band from the decade) was ending and the soul of the Mixes was just beginning. With powerful brass, catchy melodies backed up by a solid group of chorist and an ensamble capable of playing any tune in soul code. An orchestra so well composed with a sound as natural as cool. Their latest album, Tarde, día y noche has been released on all of their networks, an eight track with long duration songs, each of them with unique style. Some blues, some soul, some two tones, some swing and everything you looked for in a modern dance orchestra. The invitation is simple, get off your seat and start dancing. This is music for partying, and […]
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YWANA

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Could it be the lizard face you get at 3 a.m. with tree terremotos on track? Or the wild spirit displayed in every gig in every of their song? I don’t know and I don’t care. The only thing important when Ywana plays, is to keep moving and dancing to the gracious and upbeat sounds of the Carnaval Mestizo. Coming directly from the streets of Gran Avenida, and owning every space available to spread their message with the best tools they can use, fast ska, chilombian/villera cumbia and the best pasitos de baile. And is with Carnaval Mestizo 1, their last album, that they rise the big flag of the Chilean weveo. Our own third world representation of the things we love to celebrate. Formed by Alvaro Ywana on vocals, Cris Acevedo on guitar, Felipe Montes on bass and choirs, Alejandro Espinoza on percussion, Axel Jabaquinto playing accordion, Luis Vásquez on trombone, Javier Ramos with the tenor sax and Millelche Sandoval on the alto sax. You are more than welcome to not only listen Ywana’s music, but also to dance with it, scream with it and bring noise to the streets with it. When the night begins, the reptilian carnival […]
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