Pachanga Boys: 5 Essential Facts and Tracks

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Known as: Pachanga Boys is the DJ/Live act of Mexico’s Rebolledo and Germany’s Superpitcher. Their aim is to make the world a better place through joyous dance music.

Background: Rebolledo and Superpitcher met at a party in Mexico and instantly clicked, so joining forces in the studio was a no brainer. Together they started the Hippie Dance label, which is also the genre they invented to label their music.

Sounds like: Good-spirited funky disco, sprinkled with Latino spice and European minimal techno. It’s the best of both worlds; music for smiles and smooth dance moves.

Why you should see their showcase: Warm Up is an NYC summer staple. Pachanga Boys’ distended sound on a sunny afternoon with a cocktail in hand seems like the perfect way to kick-off your Saturday partying.

Catch Pachanga Boys at MoMA PS1 Warm Up on June 26 but in the meantime warm up with 5 essential tracks below.

Pachanga Boys' "The Untold Legend of Mysterious Ondo"

"Come Save Me" (The Pachanga Boys' Jagwar Pawar Version)

Pachanga Boys' "Time"

Röyksopp's "Running To The Sea" Feat. Susanne Sundfør (Pachanga Boys Remix)

John Talabot's “When The Past Was Present" (Pachanga Boys Purple Remix)