Bitman & Roban Musica Para Despues De Almuerzo
On their Stateside debut, Chilean quartet Bitman & Roban draws heavily from American-born forms of […]
On their Stateside debut, Chilean quartet Bitman & Roban draws heavily from American-born forms of party music (funk, electro, hip-hop, etc.) for inspiration, yet their fundamental sound is a uniquely Latin concoction of playful grooves and bilingual vocals. The lead single “Tatita” is probably the best example of their inviting funk, which superbly combines lush keys, thick basslines, Latin percussion, and classic hip-hop vocal snippets for an undeniably good time. With the exception of the rugged and out-of-place hip-hop cut “El Hechizo” (featuring MC Tea Time), DJ Bitman and company provide the ideal soundtrack for a night of letting loose.