×
IMPORTANT! To provide a personalized LatinLife experience, please enable your Geolocation
230 views

Bomba Estéreo // Los Angeles

Los Angeles

Music

Bomba Estéreo // Los Angeles

230 views
  • December 08, 2018
  • 8:30 PM
  • Starting at $ 29.50
  • The Novo by Microsoft
  • 800 W Olympic Blvd a335, Los Angeles, CA 90015, EE.UU.
  • December 08, 2018
  • 8:30 PM
  • Starting at $ 29.50
  • The Novo by Microsoft
  • 800 W Olympic Blvd a335, Los Angeles, CA 90015, EE.UU.

This AMAZING group is coming to Los AngelesBomba Estéreo in concert, on Saturday, December 8, 2018 at 8:30pm at The Novo by Microsoft. BUY YOUR TICKETS!

Who: Bomba Estéreo

When: Saturday, December 8, 2018 at 8:30pm

Where: The Novo by Microsoft800 W Olympic Blvd a335, Los Angeles, CA 90015, EE.UU.

Tickets: Starting at $29.50 (Buy your tickets here)

Facebook Post:

Instagram Post:

 
 
 
Ver esta publicación en Instagram

Ensayando! Llegamos a chile, gracias Montevideo por esa noche !

Una publicación compartida por Bomba Estéreo (@bombaestereo) el

 

Spotify Playlist:

Bio: allmusic.com

Bomba Estereo is a Colombian group based in Bogota that weds tropical, cumbia, vallenato, and champeta rhythms to electro, reggae, and pop in a unique form of dance music.

The group was formed by Bogotá native Simón Mejía out of his A.M. 770 project, a recording outfit that utilized salsa, cumbia, electro beats, and dance music. He renamed the group Bomba Estereo in 2005. The group's debut album, Vol. 1, appeared in 2006 as a solo record, with contributions from several musicians and singers including singer/rapper Liliana "Li" Saumet. This pair remain the band's central members, and based on the album's strength, Mejía was able to secure a distribution deal with Nacional Records.

Enlisting others players, Bomba Estereo's sophomore album, Estalla, was issued in 2008, and was subsequently released in the United States as Blow Up, based on the global dancefloor and Latin radio success of its single "Fuego." In 2010, they were voted "Best New Band in the World" by MTV Iggy. Later the year, Mejía competed in the Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative, and won a year collaborating with Brian Eno -- he finished second to producer Ben Frost. He also worked with filmmaker Santiago Posada on a field recording project in San Basilio de Palenque.

READ READ HERE