Premiere: Daymé Arocena's Latest Will Have You "Stuck" In The Groove
Over the years, Cuban vocalist, Daymé Arocena, has proven to be as versatile as she is powerful in her craft, soaring over scores that range from Afro-Cuban balladry to dizzying, jazz-leaning romps. With her forthcoming One Takes EP, the Brownswood signee is poised to stretch those musical boundaries even further apart, reworking afro-funk and house rarities with an airtight ensemble in tow. Today, she's graced us with the premiere of the album's dizzying lead-off, "Stuck," which borrows its bones from a slinky and relentless dance floor heater by modern-day house specialist, Peven Everett.
Over five-and-a-half minutes of bubbling percussion and bustling bass lines, Arocena proves her lilt is not solely reserved for traditional scores. With "Stuck," a whole new world of side-splitting grooves reveals itself and you just might wanna stick around for the party. Hear Daymé Arocena's cover of "Stuck" down below and if it's good to your earhole, pre-order your copy of the One Takes EP on iTunes today ahead of its May 6th release.
March 17th @ Global Cuba Fest 2016 - Miami, FL
March 18th @ Speakeasy - Austin, TX
March 19th @ Global Cuba Fest 2016 - Miami, FL
March 21st-23rd @ Subrosa - New York, NY
March 28th @ Center For The Arts Eagle Rock - Los Angeles, CA
April 3rd @ New Parish - Oakland, CA