Sonambulo, the Psicotropical band, was formed in 2006, based in Costa Rica, the band merges Afro, traditional Latin American and modern rhythms with a contemporary sound, predominating among them a blend of urban dance rhythms. Its members come from different parts of Latin America: Costa Rica, Colombia, Cuba and El Salvador, consequently establishing a rich cultural mix.
The discography of Sonámbulo includes "A Puro Peluche", the first full-length album, in 2009. It was awarded by the Costa Rican Association of Musical Authors (ACAM) in 2009 as “Best Tropical Artist” of the year. In 2014, the band released "Psicosonorama", their second LP, thanks to which the band was also awarded by the same association as “Best Latin Fusion” artist of 2014.
In July 2018, its third production "Domitila y su Jardin" is released. The EP is the first volume of a series chapters that shape a musical tale that the band in currently producing.
Sonambulo has participated in all the major festivals of Costa Rica such as the Transitarte, International Festival of Arts (FIA), Imperial Festival, Palmares Festival, SwiCh Festival, Envision Festival, Jungle Jam, Caricaco, BioFestival and others.
International Festivals: Circulart - Colombia 2014, FIM PRO - Guadalajara, Mexico 2014, Empire Music Festival - Guatemala 2014, Austin City Limits - USA 2012, Festival de Calaveras - Aguas Calientes and Festival Ometeotl - Mexico 2012, Pole Pole Festival - Belgium 2011 and Antilliaanse Feesten - Belgium 2011.
In 2019, Sonambulo performs in the "Mexico Psicotropical" tour in March, and also performs at the SXSW in Austin, Texas, and some festivals in Costa Rica.
In 2020, after playing at the Envision Festival, several concerts will be held in streaming format, including one for the celebration of World Environment Day in the Sala Magna, of the University of Costa Rica.
During the year 2021, the band takes some time to individually explore new experiences.
During the year 2022, Sonámbulo is coming with new music, new ideas, new stories, new experiences, and above all a lot of psicotropical.
Costa Rica, Colombia, Cuba y El Salvador
David Cuenca, Juan Cuellar, Tito Fuentes,
Mario Vega, Alexis Leal, Mauricio Ariza,
Rafael Vargas, Esteban Pardo, Manuel Dávila.
Domitila y su Jardín - Full Album
Afrujo - Official Video
La Maraca - Official Video
Manifiesto - Conquista Sessions
La Cumbia del Caldero- Official Video
Hermanos Smith - Official Video
Jabalí Montuno - Official Video
1807 Amor de Cafetal - Consquista Sessions
Booking & Managment: Tito Fuentes
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