The beats of Richie Hell are paved with the best influences. Since arriving in Miami in 2015 from his native Argentina, Hell has spun his chill yet infectious tunes all over town. His newest album, The Gumbo Limbo Experiment, released this year, includes some of his best work to date. It's a musical love child of '60s Latin psychedelic purveyors like Os Mutantes and '90s UK ravers like Primal Scream.If neither of those references rings a bell, you're in for a treat. Songs like "Amazonia" will take you to foreign lands, shaking your hips the entire way, while "Revelations" transposes soul into more modern production. Hell's wife, the artist Francisca Oyhanarte, provides the album's visuals and must-see music videos. During a June concert streamed live from the North Beach Bandshell, Oyhanarte's crazy animation and the especially groove-filled set made us excited for what dance floors will look like when Richie Hell can perform in front of a live audience again.