Surativa Parlante

Live Act Afrobeat
Surativa Parlante - Afrobeat Live Act in Bogotá, D.C.

Surativa Parlante Short Info

Surativa Parlante develops its sonority based on elements of the indigenous and Afro Colombian music’s, in a merger with the Afrobeat, from a contemporary aesthetic. The Etno Afrobeat, its artistic proposal, emerges in exploring these genres.

Within this format, the band uses acoustic instruments as cheerful drum, minor percussion and saxophones, which weave their sonority with ethnic elements as indigenous flutes, ocarinas and voices, ranging between western singing and the ancestral chant. This, coupled with electronic sounds that work from keyboards, guitar and bass, along with the beat of drums and the strength of the voices, converges in a mixed race proposal that tastes like cumbia, old bambuco, but also like funk, jazz and reggae. Versatile language that can adapt to multiple scenarios. SURATIVA (Sur América Nativa - South America Native) seeks to express in his music an identity of own thinking, from the memory of the territory it inhabits.

Surativa Parlante develops its sonority based on elements of the indigenous and Afro Colombian music’s, in a merger with the Afrobeat, from a contemporary aesthetic. The Etno Afrobeat, its artistic proposal, emerges in exploring these genres.

Within this format, the band uses acoustic instruments as cheerful drum, minor percussion and saxophones, which weave their sonority with ethnic elements as indigenous flutes, ocarinas and voices, ranging between western singing and the ancestral chant. This, coupled with electronic sounds that work from keyboards, guitar and bass, along with the beat of drums and the strength of the voices, converge...

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Surativa Parlante on Tour

  • 25 | 01 | 2017 Ljubljana MENT Ljubljana Festival

Media

  • Video SURATIVA El puente
  • Video Nativa. Surativa Parlante
  • Video SURATIVA PARLANTE Entrega
  • Video Hayo - Surativa Parlante (A...
  • Video EPK SURATIVA

Origin

  • Bogotá, D.C. CO

Founded

  • 2013

Members

  • Carlos Gómez Tenor sax, flutes and voices
  • Epiara Murillo Alto sax, flutes and voices
  • Camilo Bustos Bass
  • Daniel Giraldo Guitar
  • Nabhí Murillo Keyboard and voices
  • Erandy Daza Drums and voices
  • Sergio Gómez Seeds and clefs
  • Diego Randolf Drum and voices