There’s definitely something magical about this track and maybe watching the behind-the-scenes video below will ruin a bit of that illusion, so I’ll leave that up to you. I suggest you listen to the song first anyway, with your headphones on, eyes closed. Unless you’re at the office, I don’t wanna get you in trouble.
We know Tremor as the most progressive and experimental folklore group to come out of the ZZK collective, and the first ones to break away with the intrinsic limitations of ñu-cumbia as a genre to explore many other traditional South American rhythms.
“Huella,” the first single off their upcoming new album, Proa (out September 3rd on Wonderwheel Recordings), features the haunting vocals of Andean folk singer Micaela Chauque, plus a lot of strange sounds, creating that hypnotic, otherworldly effect.
The single (which drops on August 6th) also includes remixes by ZZK beatsmiths Frikstailers and Chancha Via Circuito, plus two extra tracks.