Animal Chuki

Animal Chuki

Animal Chuki explores the roots of Latin American music, immersing you into an experimental dance ritual, between folklore and synthesizers.
The Peruvian producers of Tropical Bass, Andrea Campos and Daniel Valle-Riestra, started their project in 2012. The same year, they joined the records company Folcore (Spain), and released their first EP “NATIVA”. In 2013, after having remixed the international artist La Yegro, and collaborating in the album ZZK Sound Vol.3, Animal Chuki signed with ZZK Records (Argentina), and delivered its second EP “CAPICÚA”. Back from a South American tour in 2014, the duet records its first album “FRUTERO” and so goes to conquer major European stages.
Regularly participating in the biggest parties in Peru as TOMA! Beats Psicotropicales, Fiesta con CH, Fiestas Puro Cachascan and the festival Selvámonos, their recent participation to the festival Hermoso Ruido 2014 (Bogotá, Colombia) has been praised. Warmly welcomed to the TransMusicales of Rennes in December 2014 (France), the obsessive rhythm of the duet is then spread over a European tour, taking them from the Clandestino Festival (Sweden) to the Guacamayo (Spain) and marking stops to some huge clubs in Paris, Barcelone & Berlin such as the Zur Wilden Renate.

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About Folcore Records

Folcore Records is a label based in Barcelona (Spain), dedicated to publishing works of djs, musicians and producers who blend electronic music and earthly sounds. With more than 7 years of life, Folcore Records has published more than 85 albums of artists coming from all over the world, with a special focus on the new sounds of Latin America.

In the Folcore Records catalog you can listen to different genres and subgenres such as Global Bass, Tropical Bass, Nü World Music, Woombia, Cumbia Bass, Digital Dub, Andean Electronic Music, Neofolk, WorldtronicaFolktronics, Electropical, Dumbia, Rub-A-Dumbia , Future, Juke, Footwork, Slowmo, Eclectic, Ethno Techno... and many more styles than any tag could describe.