Debut EP “No Más Velorio” by Afro-Colombian combo Plu Con Pla, released this August, has raised quite some interest among our partners and friends in the independent press. Here are most of these entries.

Successful Afro-Caribbean house band Ghetto Kumbé has been constantly in the top charts since they released their “Soy Selva” EP. Have a look at some of the press entries of the past months about them

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Sounds And Colours (UK)

NEW MUSIC: Plu Con Pla Offer Up Jamaican Take On Colombia's Pacific Coast Sound | Sounds and Colours

If you've been reading this site for a little while now you might have gathered that there is something of an ever-widening spotlight shining on the music emerging from of Colombia's Pacific coast at the moment. The region has of course been home to some of Colombia's most exciting groups of recent times; Chocquibtown, Grupo...

Radio Mukambo (Belgium)

Album of the week: Plu Con Pla – No Mas Velorio

Afrobase on Totallyradio (UK)

AfroBase // 24 Aug 2018 | totallyradio

A remix of a classic Congolese Zaiko Langa Langa track is rare and this one has a stunning pecussive intro (original version to come on another show). From Kenya some rare rumba from Nairobi Matata Jazz, and a reggae remix of a C.K.Jazz track.

Cassette Blog (Mexico)

Plu Con Pla-No Más Velorio (por Michael Alfred Wagner aka Biomigrant - track free DL Exclusivo Cassette!)

De primera mano, Michael Alfred Wagner nos cuenta como fue el proceso de trabajo junto a Plu con Pla como productor para llegar a este material. Plu con Pla es una agrupación musical de Tumaco, en el Pacífico Sur de Colombia, que este mes dio a conocer su primer EP llamado "No Más Velorio", que salió por medio del sello franco colombiano Galletas Calientes Records.

Movimientos SOAS radio show by Dj Cal Jader (UK)
Bounty Radio (Belgium)
Plu Con Pla and Sunka in Republik Kalakuta radio show for the RTS (Radio Television Suisse) (Switzerland)
La Selection de Yann (France)
Ghetto Kumbé among the “10 Afro-Latin Bands You Need to Check Out” according to Okayafrica (US)

10 Afro-Latino Bands You Need to Check Out

From the marimba to guaguancó, cumbia to call-and-response, the African heritage of Latin America extends to almost all of its musical genres. In some cases, this heritage is part of a fusion of different cultures; while in others, it's rooted in African-derived musical traditions that have been preserved for generations.

Ghetto Kumbé by Wanacorp (France)

Ghetto Kumbé, le groupe afro-futuriste venu de Colombie ! -

Direction la Colombie et sa capitale Bogota afin de découvrir Ghetto Kumbé, un groupe proposant une musique hybride, très inspirée par les sonorités africaines, en référence et à l'image de la diversité culturelle de leur pays natal ! Chongo, Doc Keyta et Guajiro sont les trois personnes qui composent le groupe Ghetto Kumbé.

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