tag: Tropical

Guava Beats #35

Guava Beats: upbeat and remixed sounds from around the world.  We explore the most bailable cocktail of music and culture from all corners of the globe: Cumbia, Reggae dub, Balkan, Afro beat, Baile funk, Calypso, Electroswing and Bollywood to name but a few!  Read more…

Audio Texture Radio Show – November 18, 2013

So all about the jazz to kick off the show with the fierce sounds of Jaimeo Brown closely followed by the sweeter tones of rising vocal star Zara McFarlane with some help from Leron Thomas which bodes very well for her forthcoming album on Brownswood. Read more…

Via Aèria #6. Discodeine,Shit Robot, Munk.

Comenzamos la edición número 60 con el remix de RAC para el tema “Second Summer” de YACHT, seguimos con los últimos trabajos de Bloodi Tari, Funkabit, el ingles Pauline y el maravilloso debut en solitario de Danny Ashenden, quien bajo el seudónimo Earl Grey acaba de editar un interesante EP del cual escucharemos “Just Clap”.
El regreso de los franceses Discodeine junto a Kevin Parker, el productor Shit Robot, Isaac Tichauer y Munk completan la lista de estupendos artistas que seleccionamos para nuestra edición de hoy.
Bienvenidos a bordo!

YACHT – Second Summer (RAC Remix)
Bloody Tadi – Got It (Hotbox Slo’cut)
Earl Grey – Jus Clap
Funkabit – Teenage Magic
Paulie – Spread Love
Discodeine – Aydin
Charli XCX – What I Like (Bodhi Remix)
Shit Robot – Feels Real
Isaac Tichauer – take over you
Munk – Misterio
Miguel – Do you… (Cashmere Cat Remix)

Audio Texture Radio Show – February 18, 2013

Electronic soul started this weeks show with the voiceless, late night vibes from the forthcoming Simple EP on Apollo before Lapalux and Kaytranda threw down some lovely vocals over deeper than deep beats. Sweatson Klank then turned the airwaves blue with the single from his forthcoming EP on Project Mooncircle before Teleseen dropped the deep, underground tropical flavour from his new LP due out soon on 100% Silk which has been on repeat recently. Next up was the return of a little Portico Quartet/SBTRK action  before Nosaj Thing ably demonstrated, as did DJ Rashad last week that just because a song is 160BPM doesn’t mean it can’t have soul. Read more…