Africa Ni Leo (Esa Extended Mix) – Bantu Clan

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Ugandan hip-hop trio Bantu Clan founded in 2013 after members partook in a hip-hop bootcamp organized under the Youth & Hip Hip project of Bayimba – a Ugandan organization focusing on uplifting arts and culture in Uganda. This song explodes with character, music like this is a rare find for me.

-Jams

 

Recharge EP – Tryptich

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If you like breaks, if you want bass, if you crave futuristic sounds of the outer space- this is for you. Tryptich’s Recharge EP is 4 breaks tracks bringing the revival of breaks on with a psychedelic twist.

-Jams

 

Aerial One – griff

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Check out Aerial One by griff. The 10 track album is dreamlike with superb basslines. I deeply enjoyed moving from one track to the next, listening to each  unique journey from warm organic soundscapes to heavier advances. It’s kind of rare to listen to a full length album within the realm of electronic music and for that I seriously appreciated the virtuosity behind these 10 tracks. Big ups griff.

-Jams

 

Dirty Zones – Visage Music

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I think most of you will recognize this vocal, it’s gained momentum as a classic. Most of us first heard it in Bassnectars Cozza Frenzy which is unarguably a dancefloor anthem. Here’s a deep house revamp for you to bang on 18’s. Visage Music storms from Brazil, his music is featured on Elevation Music Records (Brazillian record label). If you’re unacquainted with Brazillian Bass, acquaint (Alok, Illusionize, Vintage Culture, Religare, Bhaskar will get you started). The country has taken deep house, worked in psytrance tones and produced a style of house music that’s taken the adored 4 on the floor to a new level. A level with abysmal basslines, deep robotic vocals, and colossal open soundscapes. The production is sharp, unpolluted.

-Jams