Here's the first single of the upcoming album by Electro Swing pioneer Parov Stelar. I heard the track "Jimmy's Gang" first on the Parov Stelar Band concert in germany 2 weeks ago. And yeah mates, this is a wonderful tune again! Check out the awesome video as well.
Today I'm happy to introduce to you a french Electro Swing producer called Lazlo. His first full length album was just released last week and it is one of the best I heard for a while. If you're into Electro Swing you might already know his track "Busy Line" from the compilation Electro Swing IV. The album is full of tunes like this, where old trumpet and clarinet samples meet 4/4 Beats and heavy basslines. This is truly Electro Swing how it is supposed to be for the dancefloor. Only thing that is missing by time to time, in my opinion, is a swingin' voice ;-)
And another free download, this time a full Remix album by Blend Mishkin. It's featuring Dubstep, Dub and Reggae Remixes by Turntable Dubbers, Dirty Dubsters, Palov, Balkan's Hi-Fi and many more. This one is really worth checkin' out if you like dubby bass music!
Here's a new release for all you guys that like African House, Coupe Decale, Cumbia, Kuduro, and Champeta. Chief Boima is a Sierra Leonean-American DJ/producer born in Milwaukee Wisconsin, and raised in the World. His 'African In New York' is full of club ready African remixes honed during his global travels as a DJ and producer. My favourites on this release are the title song "African In New York", "Sina Makossa" produced with Uproot Andy and his official rework of virtuosic Sierra Leonean blind thumb piano player Sorie Kondi's "Without Money No Family." In my opinion the song "Last Night Of Your Life" really doesn't fit on this EP, it's a bad dance song, so it's not really worth listening. Nevertheless the other tunes are quite unique, so have a listen!