Posts Tagged ‘latin dance’

September 7, 2016
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Though I’ve enjoyed my fair share of Latin dance music in the past, I must confess that my love of certain subsets within that vastly diverse landscape has recently grown manifold, partly due to the emergence of indie sensations SOFI TUKKER. When I heard Jarina De Marco’s TIGRE, I was instantly hooked. The Los Angeles based recording artist, whose roots lie in the Dominican Republic and Brazil, takes me deep into a lush Amazonian rainforest with her verdant cool, worldly exotic jam. I can’t help but picture a noble tiger adorned in festive & colorful plumage, shaking its rump playfully to TIGRE’s quivering beats. In fact, I want to be that tiger. TIGRE is featured exclusively on the Broad City Original Series Soundtrack, which will be available October 28th on all formats via Milan Records in association with Comedy Central Records. The track left me craving for more Jarina De Marco. If you feel the same way, check out Paranavigar below, a genre defying fusion of moombahton, dancehall, trap, and Brazilian house.