Los Yoryis is a Bogotá group on an important mission: to revive tropical sounds by making use of Latin American urban elements while, at the same time, giving a poisonous and psychedelic touch to a whole repertoire that one might say was designed to liven up private parties in Iguazú. Their music contains allusions to the majestic Peruvian chicha cumbia, 70s Africanism, and a whole rhythmic legacy bolstered by sweat and blood from northern Mexico to southern Argentina. #Latin

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