The alias of Latin American recording artist Camilo Navarro Q, Cienfue is known for mixing Latin Roots with modern electronic elements to create a sound dubbed “Psicodelia Tropical”.
Growing up in Panama in the 1980s under military rule, Navarro was heavily influenced by a hip new television channel that only played music videos: MTV. After closely witnessing the US invasion of Panama in 1989, curfew and isolation was a way of life. To distract from the chaos outside, Navarro began arranging digital music on an early Macintosh computer, experimenting recording with Cassette Tapes and learning Electric Guitar.
Following international success on MTV, the BBC, Rolling Stone Magazine and playing numerous music festivals (including Rock Al Parque (Colombia), Vive Latino (Mexico), Quito Fest (Ecuador), Contrapedal (Uruguay)), as well as sharing the stage with legendary acts the likes of Omar Rodriguez Lopez , Juanes , Café Tacvba , Aterciopelados , Cultura Profética , Meat Puppets , Babasónicos , Zoé , Incubus , Señor Loop , Vetusta Morla and more, Cienfue has kept busy recording, growing an extensive original song catalog to over 70 tracks.