Posts Tagged ‘Brazil’

Oonops Drops – World Trail 2

Oonops invites you to another musical excursion around the globe on the world trail. This time he teams up with Scrimshire (Wah Wah 45s) from the UK. Oonops starts with some strong jazz tunes from Italy and Japan before he does a brazilian side trip including beats, bossa, boogie and african influenced rhythms. Scrimshire continues…

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Oonops Drops – Love & Happiness

This episode is about Love & Happiness. Oonops gets visited by dj and producer Kazahaya (Breakin’ Bread) from Tokyo/Japan who is known for his crispy beats combined with funk, soul and hip hop. But before Oonops starts the show with a smooth cover version by Taggy Matcher from France of the title-giving track. Followed by…

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Kafundó Vol. 1

Dutty Artz released of a new project, Kafundó Vol 1. On the album Afro-Brazilian rhythms merge with the aesthetics and production techniques of North American Hip Hop, and Jamaican Reggae in order to contest new spaces within the spectrum of Brazilian identity politics.

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Oonops Drops – Rock The Boat

Ahoy! Oonops welcomes you on board and invites you to a breezy round tour. Put your feet up and get down with these sunny summer vibes. In mid ocean let us welcome – straight from Italy – The Captain (Ghetto Funk) aka Fab Samperi (Agogo Records) who takes control of the faders and turns the spirit into an unforgettable floating party with a bunch of exclusive tunes just for you. Let’s rock the boat!

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Hip Hop from Brazil

Kensaye released his Back to School album recently, which he recorded with artists he met in Brazil and Argentina when while he was traveling over there. Give it a listen!

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LascaMão – Rufar Dos Tamborins

Names You Can Trust presents the International debut release of the Brazilian percussion ensemble LascaMão. Comprised of eight members including one of the true masters of Brazilian percussion, Robertinho Silva, the sound of the group is the fruit of several years researching the different rhythms and interactions of Brazil’s rich musical influences.

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