Hard to believe that one of the most sought-after DJs and producers in the global beats scene is going to make his debut behind a London DJ deck only on Friday. Thanks to Bustin’ Loose, Bosq will finally perform his long-awaited first show in the British capital in two days’ time at Shoreditch Platform.
So, we seized the opportunity and asked the Medellin-based musician to compile a playlist for us including his most recent music listenings and favourite tunes or better, as he specified, “a mix of things common and less known, and old and new that I have been listening to a lot lately!”
Dionisio Maio - Dia Ja Manche
Eko Roosevelt-Ndolo embe mulema
Eko Roosevelt-Ndolo embe mulema
Puerto Rico Y Su Combo - La Cumbia Del Pescador.wmv
Available on CD and on re-pressed Vinyl by SoundwayRecords.com inside Cartagena! compilation (2011)
Asi Es Mi Tierra - Perogoyo Y Su Combo Vacana
Fela Kuti - Go Slow
from the 1972 album Roforofo Fight
Les Vikings de la Guadeloupe - Ambiance Vikings
Taken from the Best of the legendary band from Guadeloupe. 14 tracks that traces their 50 years careers ! Available on Digital : Itunes : https://itunes.apple.com/album/id10... Spotify : https://open.spotify.com/albu/0e6fi... Qobuz : http://www.qobuz.com/fr-fr/album/be... CD available on April 1st and Vinyl on May : http://www.heavenly-sweetness.com/b... *** Plus d'infos sur Heavenly Sweetness / More info on Heavenly Sweetness Suivre sur Soundcloud / Follow on Soundcloud http://soundcloud.com/heavenlysweet... Suivre sur Soundcloud / Follow on Soundcloud http://soundcloud.com/captaincavern... Suivre sur Soundcloud / Follow on Soundcloud http://soundcloud.com/slyjohnson S'abonner à la chaîne / Subscribe to channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm...
Sidestepper - Magangué
En Estreno el nuevo video de Magangué / The premiere for the new Magangué video.
Florian Pellissier Quintet - Jazz Carnival (Official Audio)
From the new FPQ album "Bijou Voyou Caillou", out on April 27th. Listen to the full album : https://IDOL.lnk.to/Bijou_Voyou_Cai... Buy the LP or CD in our shop (http://bit.ly/2jIBVOs) or on bandcamp (https://bit.ly/2vOnQYU) Production: | Heavenly Sweetness Follow FPQ on Facebook : https://bit.ly/2jItzGB *** Plus d'infos sur Heavenly Sweetness / More info on Heavenly Sweetness : Suivre sur Soundcloud / Follow on Soundcloud http://soundcloud.com/heavenlysweet... Suivre FPQ sur Soundcloud / Follow FPQ on Soundcloud http://soundcloud.com/captaincavern... S'abonner à la chaîne / Subscribe to channel https://www.youtube.com/user/Heaven...
Pedro Beltran - Puyalo ahí
Del Disco: Palenque Palenque - Champeta criolla & afro roots in colombia 1975-91 (2010)
The souljazz orchestra-Oublier pour un jour
From the album "under burning skies" 2017 i own no rights to this track.No copyright infringement intended
EMMANUEL KAHE & JEANNETTE KEMOGNE - Ye Medjuie
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Casimbas Negras - Burumburumbum
Boasting twenty one pulsating tracks drawn from the northern coasts of Colombia, 'Palenque Palenque!' reveals a unique and fascinating story of how Afro Colombian music developed from the 1970s onwards and how the local sound-systems in Cartagena and Barranquilla played such an important role in shaping the sound of the Colombian champeta. Co-compiled by Lucas Silva (resident of Bogota and owner of Palenque Records) and Soundway Records' Miles Cleret, the album highlights the long relationship that the Caribbean coast of Colombia has with Africa stretching back to the 17th century. Specifically, the rise of the percussion heavy champeta sound, born out of a wave of popularity for psychedelic Afro, Latin & Caribbean music inspired by the DJs of the time. The influence of the sound-systems spread to local artists as well as re-energising traditional African folk songs and rhythms that had survived since the days of slavery. Record labels recognized the major change in direction from the days when cumbia and porro ruled the hearts of the ghettoes and began employing bands that began experimenting and tapping into these new cultural and musical movements. Disco Fuentes were one of the first labels to recognize this sudden swing and duly signed Wganda Kenya who went onto record some of the first Afrobeat records in Colombia. The trend in recording African music continued at pace with labels like Machuca, Discos Tropical, Orbe & Costeño quickly adapting to the newly adopted sound of the Palenques and bands like Son Palenque, Cumbia Siglo XX and La Cumbia Moderna de Soledad went onto readapt Afrobeat rhythms with a Caribbean slant. SOURCE : http://www.soundwayrecords.com/cata... La Frite Equatoriale : http://www.mixcloud.com/lafriteequa...
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