Dengue Dengue Dengue!

Dengue Dengue Dengue! is a Tropical Bass duo. Behind the masks are Felipe Salmon and Rafael Pereira, two producers, dj’s and graphic designers from Lima-Perú. For their live performances they team up with Nadia Escalante (A.K.A. Vj Sixta) for a full Audiovisual Show.
DDD was born in mid-2010 and inmediatly made themselves well known thanks to an impeccable audiovisual show, remixing and making mash-ups from their own tracks with old cumbias and modifying cumbia cult themes to electronic versions. All this always joined by amazing visuals and the always present masks.
In early 2011 they began to publish their first original productions, being bloggued in major and specialized music portals in USA, Europe and the UK. Their sound started to spread faster, playing many festivals in Peru and along with the “Auxiliar” Collective, started producing the TOMA!
Sessions, helping to consolidate the growing and vibrant Tropical Bass movement in Lima, inviting musicians and DJs from different places to share sounds and ideas.
In 2012 they released their debut album “La Alianza Profana” (or “The Unholy Alliance”) and the video for the single “Simiolo” .The Album and video, both published by the Peruvian label Auxiliar, are an instant success with both the press and fans, locally and internationally . The album caught the attention of Berlin´s Chusma Records, who later (2013), re-released the Album for Europe, Asia and Australia. Later that year they play at the NOVA Art Festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil and the III Iberoamerican Design Bienal in Madrid, Spain.
2013 is the year where things really took off, it started with a great Mexican tour and in June, an amazing two month European Tour, playing at major festivals and clubs all around Europe in cities like Berlin, Vienna, Prague, Madrid , Barcelona, Paris, Stockholm among others. In July Chusma Records released the Simiolo Remixes EP, and Enchufada Records the track Lockumba for the “Upper Cuts” series, showcasing yet another side of the Dengue Dengue Dengue! sound.
By 2014 the sound of DDD matured into a wider spectrum of sounds, bringing elements not only from Peru, but studying and researching other cultures and their native sounds, traveling around Europe, Asia and the Americas playing shows. collecting sounds and ideas.
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