Are you ready for digital and analogue waves from the tropical flip-side? We got a double bill coming at you, in a neighbourhood joint, with some pretty good sound called the Baby G.Uma Nota and Futuro Libre present Future Primitive and Papi Chulo. Check the write ups and videos below and see you at The Baby G, 1608 Dundas Street West in Toronto. Get TicketsFuture PrimitiveClassic Latin and Caribbean styles with raw, emotive and catchy songwriting come together to bring the tropical soul music in a nascent, pure form. Their sound connects the dots between the here and now of modern Toronto life, with the sounds of their and many of our collective childhood roots in immigrant Toronto.Papi ChuloAs a founding member and the singer of festival favourites Psychotropical Orchestra, Montrealer Mariano Franco mastered the craft of moving crowds, while moving indie pop into fresh, new territory with a Latino twist. With his latest project, Papi Chulo, Franco has come back to the most basic thing — the beat. With erotic nightmares in a steaming blacklight rainforest and shamanic hallucinations spliced into an X-rated VHS-era narco-thriller, Papi Chulo will possess your body in the most intimate waysShare this event!