"Fusing Colombian funk and Caribe soul, Superfónicos is a fruitful source of lush licks. Bound together by an advocacy for peace and unity through therapeutic dance" 

                   - Jack Anderson, KUTX

"Thick with energetic brass and Caribbean beats; it is music that will get your hips swinging and your feet moving. "

- Georgina Cook, KUTX

""With a strong fusion of Afro-Colombian soul and funk, Superfónicos will turn up the heat in any venue. Expect to see a true “world music” experience with this band, as they bounce around from cumbia, to reggae, to Caribbean styles with ease.”

- Omar Lozano, VISIT AUSTIN

"Superfónicos tinkers with a progressive mix of funk, Afro-beat, cumbia, merengue y más in a mash-up reminiscent of Chico Mann "

- Thomas Fawcett, AUSTIN CHRONICLE

"Lively, dynamic, colorful, full sound blending funk, cumbia, meregnegue "  "Comanding sound and presence with great vocals and harmonies."

- Felix Contreras & Marisa Ruiz, NPR Alt.Latino

"Superfónicos debut album is set for release later on this year, but listeners can tide themselves over with “Rio Negro”, a track that showcases the group’s rich timbres and their firm belief in unity across cultures. 
 
                   - Jack Anderson, KUTX

ABOUT

Superfónicos is Colombian Funk. Better yet, it is Caríbe Soul…fed by the Indigenous and African roots of the band’s Colombian heritage, telegraphing a politics of peace and unity from the stage to your ears. They only ask that you dance toward a place in your mind beyond struggle and strife.

Superfónicos was formed when bassist Nico Sanchez and guitarist Erick Bohorquez began discussions about creating a group with a foundation in Afro-Colombian rhythms. They soon teamed up with guitarist Andres Villegas and percussionist Daniel Sanchez, and started rehearsing together during time away from their other bands. That core group developed the band’s unique sound, laying the foundation of what was to come. In 2016, gaitero and vocalist Jaime Ospina—who has recorded with the likes of Pacha Massive—relocated from Colombia to Austin, where he met and instantly connected with the group. It was also during this time that the band met with famed local producer and Grammy winner Adrian Quesada at Level One Sound. Their recording session resulted in a sound that not only encapsulates a moment in time but helped to define Superfónicos as a collective. It is a musical mestizo that is ever-changing but deeply rooted in Caribbean flavors. 


 

 

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