The second album from this cool Colombian project that includes Will "Quantic" Holland – a group that's very much in the same criss-crossing of cultures as his Flowering Inferno ensemble! The first Ondatropica album had a vibe that was maybe more traditional
ly Colombian at times – but this time around, the approach is looser and freer – and seeks to explore the range of cultures that found a crossroads
in Colombia, particularly near the coast! Unlike efforts of this nature from a few decades back, which could often be forced or pandering, there's a really rich, organic vibe to the record – a very respectful merging of cultures to create something new and fresh, in a way that makes the whole thing another feather in the mighty large Quantic cap. Titles include "Bogota", "Trustin", "Bogo Canoero", "Come Back Again", "Soy Campesino", "De Mar A Mar", "Lazalypso", "Malaria", and "Estar Contigo".