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Monday, September 14, 2009

Six Degrees Releases Brownout Tomorrow

Posted By on Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 11:46 AM

click to enlarge Latin Funk-Rock Revival: Brownout - TODD "LIMON" WOLFSON
  • Todd "Limon" Wolfson
  • Latin Funk-Rock Revival: Brownout

While nueva cumbia continues to enrapture hipsters in SF (and everywhere), the progressive arm of contemporary Latin music doesn't begin and end there. Case in point: Brownout's Aguilas and Cobras, a new project by members of Grupo Fantasma and Ocote Soul Sounds, which flips the script with funky, electric Latin fusion with a psychedelic rock tinge. The album officially drops tomorrow on SF's Six Degrees Records, and the record release party happens Friday Sept. 18 at the Elbo Room. A free download of "Olvidalo" is here  and a video for "Slinky" is here.

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