Don Chicharrón specializes in a type of Peruvian psychedelic rock music called Chicha. Led by vocalist Aldo Pantoja, the Denver nine-piece has a vast sound that's both bizarre and danceable. The band released its self-titled debut album this month and will celebrate Saturday with a release show at Denver's Hi-Dive.
More from OpenAir Sessions:
- Spirettes Play Songs From Forthcoming EP At CPR's OpenAir
- Tropa Magica Plays Music From Debut Album At CPR's OpenAir
- The Helio Sequence Performs 'Keep Your Eyes Ahead' Music At CPR's OpenAir
Don Chicharrón stopped into the CPR Performance Studio to play some new music. The band members also spoke with Bruce Trujillo about the origins of Chicha music, recruiting some family members to play on the new record and the growing popularity of Latinx music in Denver and beyond.
Stream the session and watch Don Chicharrón perform"Sábado Gigante" above. Watch more videos on our YouTube page.
- "Sábado Gigante"
- "Mosquito Cumbiambero"
- "De Mal Humor"