Amongst the foggy lagoons of Veracruz, a style of music arose called Sones Huastecos that is an indigenous take on Spanish flamenco and fandango. The style employs dazzlings arrangements of violins, harps, and guitars as well as a gutsy male falsetto. Heavily influenced by this regions common practice of witchcraft, famous songs of this region like “La Bamba” and “La Llorona” derive from Mexican folk stories involving extreme tragedy and haunting spirits.
- Release dateSeptember 30, 2013
- PlaylistTyler Rosebush
- DescriptionTyler Rosebush