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  • San Pacho Blends Mariachi & House with Electrifying Single, “Trompeta”


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    San Pacho is having his biggest year yet, with recent releases like “Pride,” (signed to Deadmau5’s Hau5trap) and “Amor,” (signed to Matroda’s Terminal Underground) showcasing the angle he’s decided to approach music and the sonic evolution he’s embarking on at his current state.

    Now, the young and talented artist is back with an electrifying new single “Trompeta” that weaves the worlds of house music and Mariachi in a seamless fashion. Driven by a punchy tech house bass line and latin-inspired drum grooves, the true stars of “Trompeta” are the beautiful trumpet melodies that ride forefront the whole way through.

    Here’s what San Pacho had to say about it:

    “’Trompeta’ is a brand new summer smash from the upcoming house music talent San Pacho. Just fresh off his hit single “Amor” which broke several viral charts, San Pacho is looking to re-enter the charts with this song. Featuring a memorable trumpet chorus, Trompeta jumps right into the signature Pacho basslines and complimenting drum grooves which his fan base have grown to adore.”

    Listen below!

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: San Pacho Blends Mariachi & House with Electrifying Single, “Trompeta”

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