Florian Hoefnagels is a Dutch musician and multi-instrumentalist with a penchant for sonorous pallets. His soundscapes capture moods and moments. Each sonic detail is an insight that the artist has on energy, emotion, and experience. In his latest single, cola piñada, Florian Hoefnagels demonstrates the fun and celebratory auras of the theme. He details jazz progressions with eccentric funk, Latin accents, and tropical beats. It is a colorful and groovy fusion of music cultures that will have you vibing in seconds. Listen Now!

The track cultivates a versatile rhythm to carry the variety of sound profiles and stylistic features. A loose drum beat frame is dotted with hiccuping and jingling percussions. And built on this dynamic base is a whole other vibrant structure of evolving saxophone progressions, wiry guitar work, bass grooves, flugelhorn, clavinets, and tinsel vocals.

This vivacious tapestry of melodies is credited to several artists – Anne Christine Dekker on vocals, Arnold van Dongen on electric guitar, Danny Samar on bass, Miguel Boelens on alto saxophone (solo), Marc Scholten on alto saxophone, Leo Janssen on tenor saxophone, Angelo Verploegen on flugelhorn, Tom van Beers on clavinet, wurlitzer
, and Florian Hoefnagels on drums, percussion, rhodes, and backing vocals, samples.

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music!

You can listen to cola piñada by Florian Hoefnagels here –