Native Instruments releases documentary video ‘Sabroso! A Road Trip to Colombia’s Caribbean Coast’

Native Instruments has announced the release of the original documentary ‘Sabroso! A Road Trip to Colombia’s Caribbean Coast’.

The film explores how the area’s rich musical heritage has shaped its contemporary music scene – a vibrant blend of traditional influences and modern sounds. Through exclusive interviews with artists, producers, DJs, soundsystem owners, and other key figures in the music scene, director Luis Antonio Delgado and host Mauricio Alvarez demonstrate the energy and diversity of a unique music culture, which has had a lasting impact on European and North American producers.

‘Sabroso! A Road Trip to Colombia’s Caribbean Coast’ pays homage to the region’s indigenous music while highlighting some of its brightest up-and-coming stars. In the film, Mauricio Alvarez, producer of renowned Columbian tropi-pop trio Cero39, journeys across the Colombian landscape – from Bogotá to its Caribbean Coast. On his way, Alvarez gets an exclusive insight into Colombian Picó Soundsystem Culture and meets a number of key Colombian producers, including DJ Rata and DJ Dever.

The recently released MASCHINE Expansion CARIBBEAN CURRENT features exclusive sounds from artists featured in ‘Sabroso!’.

More information: Native Instruments / Carribean Current

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