The title track, Bogotá is an homage to the Colombian capital. Much like one of their greatest influences, Dengue Dengue Dengue, on Bogotá La Payara mesh folklorica with an explosive bass. The ukelele adds a soft contrast to the heavy bass and combined with a spoken word interjection, La Payara create a soundscape reflecting a city brimming with influences from around the country that may clash at times but ultimately mix together beautifully.

Pez Psicodélico (Psychedelic Fish) is an upbeat rolling house track with a dubbed-out bass, rhythmic percussion and a sprinkling of vocals typical of street vendors selling avocados, shrimp, coconuts and juice you’ll find throughout the Colombian coast.


- La Payara


1. Bogotá

2. Pez Psicodélico

Multiple cultures land with a psychedelic touch
— Noisey

One foot in the sublime electronic music scene and the other in the roots of Colombian music
— Shock Magazine