"Del Mate Productions" is a production company, recording studio and new independent label.
At "del Mate Productions" we're trying to give talented new artists a chance to get their work published and released, so you can have access to some exciting and distinct sounds which are largely ignored by the regular media. With all the new technology available, all the barriers of music styles are coming down. Now we can produce and record music that includes a myriad of world influences that only ten years ago were unheard of. This opens doors for musicians to express their creativity in new, intriguing,haunting and exciting ways. Del Mate Productions wants to bring some of these new creations to you.
"Ultimo Mate" solo album of Argentine rock star, Guillermo Bordarampé and "Araucana (Nite Rites)" by Chilean flutist and composer Ulises Pineda are the first two titles released on Del Mate Productions. INCA's recordings, "INCA, the Peruvian Ensemble", "Vientos del Sur", "Danzante", "Que siga la farra", and "El sueño de Tilopa" are available too. "Guayabo Nostálgico", the first album of "Cumbeley", the band of Colombian composer and singer Diego Palomino, with its poignant lyrics and fun Cumbia rhythms and melodies, as well as his first solo CD "Tu amor, mi amor", "Andes Trance", volumes I and II, albums of Zampoña player and composer Antonio Flores, with a unique blend of instrumental pieces ranging from Andean to Celtic sounds and melodies and the latest addition to the catalog is" Un mago para Olvidarte" by songwriter and singer Christian Galve, a great collection of original romantic Latin ballads, with arrangements by Guillermo Bordarampe, are available now. We hope that this is the beginning of a long and warm relationship with all of you.
The August 18, 2012 "Tangos & Huaynos, music & dances of Argentina and Peru" show at the John Anson Ford Amphitheater was a huge success. The concert was a wonderful celebration of INCA's 30th anniversary, featuring Afrotango Ensemble of Juan Estanga, Laura Valle, Ara Tokatlian, Buenos Aires Tango Dance Group of Jorge Visconti, Raices Peruanas, of Erbelia espejo, and INCA, the Peruvian Ensemble. An almost sold out audience responded enthusiastically to the contrasting and varied artistic expressions of these two South American countries, Argentina and Peru.