Archive for April 2012
New DeVille mix for the Brock Out series featuring fresh Senseless bits and other good things. Promoting the killer party April 20th for their 4th birthday with Royal T, Phatworld and loads more: https://www.facebook.com/events/139099002879491/
Here’s what they say about the mix, download it here:
“Senseless Records has been flying the flag for international bass music since 2004, boasting releases blessed by Max Romeo, Warrior Queen, Rossi B & Luca, The Phantom, Pacheko, Kanji Kinetic, Lenkemz and many more. It’s established an enviably eclectic identity with an emphasis on joining the dots between global bass sounds.
The man behind it all is Theo Cooper aka DeVille, and we’re mega pleased to hand him the reigns for Mixtape 024. His mix is typically multifarious, effortlessly blending grime, bassline and house with tastes of hip hop, RnB, footwork, jungle and bashment.”
An amazing new video from the Tribe crew in Chicago bringing some insane moves to the Lenkemz remix of Winter Titty and then finishing with how they did it, you may or may not want to try this at home.
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Support from Hud Mo, Sinden, Captain, Brenmar, Mumdance and Funkstepz, MA1++
A tropical storm from Venezuela with Pocz and Dj Yirvin offering a taste of the country’s wild underground Tuki scene. The unmistakable rhythm of Tuki music is heard in barrios across Caracas fueling a dance culture every bit as intense as footwork or kuduro from other parts of the world. Very little Tuki music has been released outside of Venezuela which makes this collaboration between Pocz, known for his past work with Pacheko on Enchufada, Tigerbeat and Senseless and DJ Yirvin, one of the godfathers of the scene, all the more exciting. The title, Explotala comes from something to shout at a DJ from the heat of the Venezuelan dancefloor.
Three originals from Pocz showcase his rhythmic flair and dancefloor sensibilities in a style that merges Tuki and Kuduro influences to devastating effect. Yirvin mixes big room sounds with the dark energy of Caracas at night to create a sound that is his and only his, his remix of Explotala is mutant bass madness and Petare is considered one of his classics. The release also features a video with one of the city’s best dancers.