GOOD TRIP

For the second edition in our series of Good Trip mixtapes — a project that takes a closer look at our favorite sounds and rhythms from around the world — we’re picking up where Volume I left off in Peru, but with special attention paid to the diverse instrumentation and psych-laden effects employed in cumbia, huayno, chicha and beyond. This collection also features a healthy dose of reverb-soaked surf sounds, tropical organ and freaky synth riffs, along with one gritty, proto-punk garage rock tune record heads will definitely pick up on. So sit back, mix yourself a pisco sour and slip into a 90 minute groove to cap off a sun-drenched summer. words / s huff

Aquarium Drunkard Presents: Good Trip Peru, Vol II – A Mixtape

Los Pakines – Tomalo O Dejalo
Juaneco Y Su Combo – El Brujo
Los Chipis – Salome
Hermanos Palomino – Camino A Mi Pueblo
Los Ecos – Baila Flaquita Baila
Los Destellos – Apurando El Paso
Los Pakines – Venus
Savia Andina – Walicha
Jaime Delgado Aparicio – Can’t Give You Anything
Grupo Celeste – Pequena Julieta
Juver Ugarte – Como Un Errante
Grupo Alegria – 465 Dias
Don Enrique Y Sus Estrellas – El Sacacorchos
Los Biochips – Pobre Soy
Los Yungas – Mi Vallecito
Los Pakines – Olas De Verano
Los Rangers – Sueno De Amor
Los Beta 5 – Costa, Sierra Y Montaña
Grupo Genesis – Trabajando Por Ti
Juaneco Y Su Combo – A La Fiesta De San Juan
Los Scorpios – Si No Quieres Bailar
Senora Suegra – Tantar Kishcachallay
Los Destellos – Valicha
Los Shapis – Somes Estudiantes
Los Jaivas – Danza
Los Saicos – Demolicion

Cassette Giveaway: We’ve made another small batch of physical cassettes for this release. Want one? Thought so. To enter, leave a comment below with the title (and youtube link if possible) of a record you would like to see get a proper reissue.

Previously: Aquarium Drunkard Presents: Good Trip Peru, Vol I – A Mixtape

 

54 Responses to “Aquarium Drunkard Presents: Good Trip Peru, Vol II – A Mixtape”

  1. Exuma self-titled needs a reissue!!! Like I need this cassette 🙂

  2. So great! Thanks AD!!!

  3. It’s a crime that Ronnie Lane’s Slim Chance records aren’t available. It’s a tragedy that Jim Pepper’s “Pepper’s Pow Wow” is out of print.

  4. Joe Tex’s album, “I Gotcha.”

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