Posts Tagged ‘Sol Pereya’

The Flashbulb: His Favorites From The Vault

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We asked our Featured Artist The Flashbulb to pick his favorite moments from the sprawling music archive …

“I think I’ve actually gone through every BAMM video for this process. It made for a splendid Sunday morning. I kind of feel like an A&R guy, but my coffee isn’t expensive enough.

“After watching Who Cares – Show Me Some Change (below), I was reminded of how deceiving looks can be. I expected the sound of “Mouse Rat”, for those of you familiar with Parks And Recreation. The actual sound was an unexpected blend of 70’s Harlem, some open mic’d drums, and a filthy loop that sounds like the groan a baby didgeridoo would make while bashing out police car windows. The point is, this is unique, and it is great. The other point is, I need to grow my hair out and stop wearing tracksuits before I make another video.


The 12 Days Of BAMM – Day Nine – BAMM Latino

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One of the things we’re most proud of here at is our amazing roster of Latino artists – and 2012 has only seen this expand with the addition of yet more great music. As such, we’re pleased to present a selection of the best as our ninth post during the 12 Days Of BAMM, our celebratory lead-up to Christmas – featuring our favorites such as Monsieur Perine, La Santa Cecilia, Sol Pereyra and Rocío Peña. Enjoy! exclusive – Sol Pereya, ‘Te Fuiste’

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We’ve been dropping weekend treats your way quite regularly of late – last Saturday and Sunday saw two new BAMM In-Depth features to get your teeth into, and today we’re unleashing a great live performance from the wonderful Sol Pereya, whose sultry vocals and lilting guitar melodies make her a fantastic addition to our ever-growing BAMM Latino imprint. This is an exclusive (needless to say, really) rendition of ‘Te Fuiste’ – something which will add a ray of Saturday sunshine to your day, wherever in the world you happen to be …


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