COLECTRO

Bio

Colectro is a Colombian-native band, founder of a brand new musical concept and genre titled: "COLETERA". COLETERA music incorporates multiple influences from the Colombian Caribbean such as, "Son de Garabato", "Bullerengue", "Son de Negro", "Jalao" and "Chalupa". Mixing all this styles and fusing them with electronic and "Soukous" makes COLETERA an explosive audio experience filled with emotional goodness for your ears.
2 basses, 1 electric guitar, 1 keyboard, percussion, drums, and a singer are part of this musical ensemble. Thanks to the contributions from all the "Barranquilleros" and their excellent proposition from day one.
Colectro has been able to be a major key player in several festivals and events. In the year 2015 official sponsor Ibanez Bass included Moises Vargas and Donaldo Barrios, both bassist from Colectro, into his team because of their overall outstanding performance and success within the band.
TAMA Drums (sponsors of Stewart Copeland of The Police and Metallica's Lars Ulrich) and Soultone Cymbals include Alex Herrera (drummer Colectro) in his list of important exponents and drummers worldwide.
Gonzalo Prieto (vocals), Alex Herrera (drums), Moises Vargas (Bass), Donaldo Barrios (Bass), Alberto "El Zurdo" Palacio (guitar and keyboards) and Felipe Peñalosa (Percussion) are the members of this amazing band.
Colectro is "palenque", rock, electronic, "Son de negro", "Garabato", "Tambora" and "Bullerengue". Colectro is sea, land and flavor. Barranquilla for the whole world!

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Artists of our label

Label specializing in Colombia's new generation of pop-trad hybridizers. We are the label that represents Colectro, Tribu Baharú, Redil Cuarteto, Tubará, Nvoz Vocal Band and Rompefuego.

Colectro

"Contemporary Afrocaribean Fusion" See More

Tubará

"Caribbean Reggae Roots, Ska,Dub" See More

Tribu Baharú

"Afro- Caribbean Champeta" See More

Nvoz

"Colombian Rhythms Vocal Band" See More

Redil Cuarteto

"Pacific Colombian Coast Contemporary Jazz" See More

Rompefuego

"Latin Hardcore" See More