El Guincho - Pop Negro mp3 flac
Pop Negro (CDr, Album, Num, Promo). Pop Negro (CD, Album). Terrícolas Imbéciles, Prodisc (4), Young Turks.
Pop Negro is the fourth album from El Guincho. This album was composed by Pablo Díaz-Reixa and recorded in 2010. Pop Negro was named best Spanish album of 2010 by Rockdelux, while the single "Bombay" and its music video, directed by Nicolás Méndez, were named best song and best music video, respectively. The music video for "Bombay" also serves as part of the trailer for a larger film by Méndez, with music by El Guincho.
Style: Indie Pop. Format: MP3 320Kbps. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: January 15, 2016 - El Guincho – Hiperasia (2016). El Guincho is amazing. Ariana Grande – Thank U, Next (2019).
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If Pablo Diaz-Riexa’s second album under the name El Guincho doesn’t garner the same attention as the first (Alegranza) did when it arrived out of the blue two years previously, you can hardly blame him. Pop Negro is just as impressive as the debut was. It’s just that the indie landscape has shifted so much over that time span that someone blending all sorts of African, Latin, dance, and pop elements and influences into a whirling, glittery disco ball of sound isn’t exactly enough to stop the presses
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Pop Negro - Very Good, Based on 10 Critics. That’s a shame, because despite arriving a season too late, Pop Negro is one of the best and most fun pop albums of the year and will likely leave many listeners making mental notes to pack it on the way to the beach next year (pending, of course, any new oil spills or other disasters).
Then, Pop Negro cropped up, an exciting and largely different album from its predecessor. From the onset of opening track, Bombay, Pop Negro is almost in a different part of the world. Rather than the lo-fi, grainy radio sound quality of the first record, this one is crisp, almost dancehall. The great Novias follows on the album, a little closer to the tropicalia El Guincho listeners would be familiar with. However, there’s a lot less percussion in the mix, a lot more vocal melody. There’s something about the bass and guitar parts that come close to the territory Vampire Weekend and You Can Call Me Al play in, but it comes off so much more fluently from DÃaz-Reixa, seeing as he comes from the Canary Islands, a place close enough both to North Africa and Spain to reasonably come off with both styles.
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