Bomba Estereo & King Chango Wow Rock & Roll Hotel

Bomba Estéreo plays an explosive dance-fusion of electronic dub and hip-hop, in a similar vein as M.I.A. and Santigold, mixed with Colombian rhythms like cumbia and champeta.

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King Chango, one of the original bilingual Latin ska-fusion groups from the 90’s and now performing live, stronger than ever.
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King Chango combines dancehall chants, deep space dub, straight up skanking and Latin rhythms, creating some of contemporary music's most intense dance music.
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King Chango
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King Chango
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Fans of Bomba Estéreo. The band started in the underground electronic scene of Bogota, Colombia, and, after adding fierce singer Liliana Saumet to join the group, the band expanded its sound and captivating live show.
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Bomba Estéreo plays an explosive dance-fusion of electronic dub and hip-hop, in a similar vein as M.I.A. and Santigold, mixed with Colombian rhythms like cumbia and champeta.
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MTV Tr3s launched Bomba Estereo as their “Discover and Download” featured artist for the entire month of August 2009, adding the “Fuego” video into heavy rotation.
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Bomba made their U.S. debut at SXSW 2009, an experience that helped establish the group and their latest release, “Blow Up.” Their show at the Rock and Roll Hotel on Friday marked their D.C. debut
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Natalia Clavier of DC's Thievery Corporation on left
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Rock & Roll Hotel on H Street DC
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Crowd at Rock & Roll Hotel on H Street DC
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Crowd at Rock & Roll Hotel on H Street DC
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King Chango backstage at Rock & Roll Hotel
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Crowd at Rock & Roll Hotel on H Street DC
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Crowd at Rock and Roll Hotel on H Street DC
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Crowd at Rock and Roll Hotel on H Street DC
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Bomba Estereo backstage at Rock and Roll Hotel
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Ashish 'Hash' Vyas and Eric Hilton of Thievery Corporation backstage at the Rock and Roll Hotel
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Eric Hilton and Natalia Clavier of Thievery Corporation
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