Put two good spoons of Colombian cumbia of the 50's as well as a good dose of 70's Peruvian chicha. Add a pinch of effects to the Tarantino, 100g of electric guitars and hot percussions, not forgetting a cloud of Cuatro, this little Venezuelan guitar. Mix everything in a shaker and rhythm and here is your cocktail Passion Coco is ready.
So clever blend of cumbia, chicha and psychedelic rock, "Sudor y Arena" is one of those albums that has only one goal: to make anyone listen. Each piece is savored with closed eyes and it is only on this condition that the influences and ambiances burst in the ears (western, Hawaiian, oriental) and it is also true for the first tremolo notes of electric guitar which recall the soundtrack of Kill Bill movie.
Just like Quentin Tarantino, Anne, Antoine, Olivier and Romain, recycle and assemble very colorful genres that breathe good sand and sweat (that's good because it's the name of the album). Well, we will stop giving them cream (solar) and in case you're wondering, the group does not come from the south but from the west (Nantes, Angers, Rennes) and we do not know what in conclude.
Booking strongly desired