Sergent Garcia's Una y Otra Vez receives a Latin GRAMMY nomination for "Best Tropical Fusion Album"
Sergent Garcia, a pioneering figure in the Latin Alternative and European mestizo music scenes, released the critically-acclaimed Una y Otra Vez on Cumbancha in the spring of 2011. His unique fusion of salsa, reggae, ska, electrotropical and dancehall with a punk attitude has won him fans across the globe and has now earned him a nomination at the XIII Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards for "Best Tropical Fusion Album."
To celebrate, we at Cumbancha have decided to offer a special discount on Una y Otra Vez. Between now and November 15, 2012 (the day of the Latin GRAMMY Award Ceremony) Una y Otra Vez will be available for 25% off the normal price by using the special discount code of GRAMMY during check out at the Cumbancha Store. That means you can get the physical CD for around $12.75 + shipping or the Digital Download for only $7.50!
Stay tuned for more exciting news about Sergent Garcia, including new music videos and remixes to be launched shortly as well as 2013 tour dates.
|Fans of Manu Chao will find Sergent Garcia immediately recognizable: insistently catchy reggae and salsa rhythms, sing-song rap, horn riffs propelling the whole mix.|
|Financial Times (UK)|
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