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About Novalima

Sometimes it takes distance to truly understand and appreciate one's culture. The four Peruvian expats of Novalima didn't start reinventing their Afro-Peruvian heritage until they were living in far-flung places such as Barcelona and Hong Kong. In 2003 the group released its self-titled debut, which mixed Afro-Peruvian and Latin percussion with dub and downtempo. Their 2006 follow-up went further, reinterpreting traditional Afro-Peruvian songs through the same contemporary electronic lens.

Listen toNovalimaon Rhapsody

Sometimes it takes distance to truly understand and appreciate one's culture. The four Peruvian expats of Novalima didn't start reinventing their Afro-Peruvian heritage until they were living in far-flung places such as Barcelona and Hong Kong. In 2003 the group released its self-titled debut, which mixed Afro-Peruvian and Latin percussion with dub and downtempo. Their 2006 follow-up went further, reinterpreting traditional Afro-Peruvian songs through the same contemporary electronic lens.

About Novalima

Sometimes it takes distance to truly understand and appreciate one's culture. The four Peruvian expats of Novalima didn't start reinventing their Afro-Peruvian heritage until they were living in far-flung places such as Barcelona and Hong Kong. In 2003 the group released its self-titled debut, which mixed Afro-Peruvian and Latin percussion with dub and downtempo. Their 2006 follow-up went further, reinterpreting traditional Afro-Peruvian songs through the same contemporary electronic lens.

About Novalima

Sometimes it takes distance to truly understand and appreciate one's culture. The four Peruvian expats of Novalima didn't start reinventing their Afro-Peruvian heritage until they were living in far-flung places such as Barcelona and Hong Kong. In 2003 the group released its self-titled debut, which mixed Afro-Peruvian and Latin percussion with dub and downtempo. Their 2006 follow-up went further, reinterpreting traditional Afro-Peruvian songs through the same contemporary electronic lens.