Donnerstag, 28. Februar 2013

Mixtapetime - Tropical, Soca, Reggae and Cumbia

Normaly I dont have the time to listen to Mixtapes while Im gettin in 300-400 Tunes every Month to listen too (Yes, live could be hard ;-) so here I start with a Reggae Mixtape done by my favorite Reggae Producer for the last two years. Talking about Marek Bogdanski Mastermind of Dreadsquad aka. Superfly Productions who just released his beautifull 90s Digital Dancehall Styled Riddim "Digital Rules"
Here comes his Mix - Dreadsquad Live in the Mix @ Roots Yard / Shambala Festival UK 2012

Second Im gonna present to you André Digital's new Soca Mixtape "Let Loose" presenting the Trini Side of Soca Season 2013. From Groovy to Power - Open the Gate and let the Vibe come in. Preview via Mixcloud

The Third Mix comes from Russia with Love. Chuck Upbeat mixes 50 Global Bass and Moombahton Bangers in a tight Mix.

And the Last one comes from my good friend Pedrolito from Paris called Folklore Digital.

Freitag, 22. Februar 2013

Get your Music for Weekend - Cumbia, Reggae and Global Bass

You know you dont get me into any Trap and I dont make no Jukes. So here are the Downloaders of the week. We have Glabal Bass by my good friend Caballo, a real lovely Reggae Album by Junior Culture and finaly some Aztek Cumbia. Big Stuff - all of dem !!

Starting with Caballo and the Motherfucking Kings bringing on his Second (or is it his third) Album via Latino Resiste presenting the wickedest Sounds. You know that Alberto Caballero is a free mind and so is his music. From Ragga-Drum'n Bass-Latinas to Dubstep, Heavy Bass and (shure) Cumbia: Also there are 3 Remixes by Chong X, Copia Doble Sistema y Haikiri.
Next comes a classic Reggae Album by a man who think that his name isnt good enough to get a Post. This man named Junior Culture and he comes out with a big Reggae Album remembering Anthony B or Shabba Ranks sometimes. Heights of Great Man’ produced by Goldcup label in Italy, ‘Goodness and Mercy’, that includes his hot single ‘Loving you’. While the struggles are hard, he has persevered and willing to go that much farther. Download via Bandcamp.

And the third Album for this weekend comes from Madre MonteHard hitting horns funkin’ up 50s style Cumbia, a tight rhythm section dissecting Afro-Colombian progressions, skankin’ guitars infusing reggae grooves, and a front man recreating the ancient mythological stories of Colombia all intertwine to create what is now Melbourne’s unique 9-piece Latin Reggae outfit Madre Monte. So they have Remixes by Nahuatl Soundsytem, my good friend Kinky Electric Noise and some more.

So get this Albums down and then go out to Party !!