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TOP 40 Electronic +…Promo Chart –August 2014

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TOP 40 Electronic +…Promo Chart –August 2014
Glitch,Experimental,Downtempo,Beats,Etno,World,Drum N Bass,…,

1. Federico Albanese-Disclosed-John Lemke Remix (4:49) INFO
2. Matthewdavid – Singing Flats (2:33)
3. ganju – shades (3:54)
4. Antientertainers – Morning Walk (4:25)
5. Giana Factory – My Power Obey (5:18)
6. Poborsk – Soul Thing (5:13)
7. Swoon – Do You Love (4:55)
8. Tender Games – Lost (4:24)
9. Stewart Walker – Candycoated (4:59)
10. Imagine me – Siv Feat. Rebecka Reinhard – we will never whisper (5:19)
11. Whole Truth – Steppas Don’t Lie (4:23)
12. BELLA CIAO (Chief Boima Remix) (6:12)
13. Nikki W – Superman (3:02)
14. Tiger Fresh, Bedrock – Changes (Bedrock RMX) (4:11)
15. Sir Sultry Featuring Judith Hill – Love Bubbles (4:33)
16. Richie Sice (Timmy Tutone RMX) – Marijuana Pon De Corner (Timmy Tutone RMX) (3:40)
17. Moog Conspiracy – The Light (K-Ten Remix) (6:34)
18. CRIMES – Hydraulics (3:07)
19. Quentin Hiatus – Hear Me (Original Mix) (3:37)
20. El Mato a un Policia Motorizado – Mas o menos bien 2 (4:13)
21. Skelecta & Dubfreq – Give Me Everything (Original Mix) (6:09)
22. Ewok – Cry Of War (Original Mix) (6:00)
23. Art of Fact – Dis is why im hot (Art of Zef RMX) (3:36)
24. TnS & Dr Roman – Dancehall Ram (deDUBros dub version) (5:36)
25. Anonymous – BLND#10 (3:51)
26. Fade & True Renegades – Watch Out(2014 Remaster) (6:19)
27. Naomi Shelton & The Gospel Queens – 06 I Don’t Know V2 (3:47)
28. Kiril & Was A Be – Direct Tone (Original Mix) (5:06)
29. Eveson – Deluge (3:51)
30. Multiple Mono – When It Rains It Pours (4:11)
31. Soja – 02 Your Song ft. Damian Jr. Gong Marley (3:21)
32. herMajesty – Crystals (4:10)
33. Scatz – Trade My Things For Wings (5:38)
34. Alejandra Ribera – I Want (5:14)
35. Break – Duck for Cover (6:22)
36. Ennui – 06. Telepathic Beat (4:35)
37. The Shaolin Afronauts – Ojo Abameta (5:26)
38. Fields – Reel Funk (4:52)
39. Rachel Marie – New Habit (3:41)
40. Kiril & Was A Be – Direct Tone (Original Mix) (5:06)

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TOP 50 Electronic+,…, Promo Chart – May 2014

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TOP 50 VA Promo Chart – May 2014
Dream POP,Future Garage,Downtempo,Beats,Lounge,Jazz,Hip Hop,Drum n Bass,Glitch,Disco,Funk,Ska,World,Reggae,DUB,Bass,…,

1. Symbols Of The West – Radio Tower (Jamie Way Remix) (4:55) INFO
2. Douglas Greed – Long Distance Swimmer (3:27) INFO
3. Worthy – Burned (4:27)INFO
4. Illum Sphere-Embryonic-Legowelt remix (Ninja Tune) (6:21) INFO
5. The Irrepressibles – New World (iamamiwhoami Remix) (5:26) INFO
6. Third Coast Kings – Birds and Bees (4:20) INFO
7. Amor Planeta – Las Bellezas (5:08) INFO
8. Dave Aju – When We Drift (5:27) INFO
9. olkaa – iiopii (9:04) INFO
10. Mark Barrott – Baby Come Home (4:22) INFO
11. Jesse Futerman – Lonely Soul (feat. Deebs) (2:50)
12. Rework – Rise And Fall (6:02)
13. FM Belfast -Brighter Days (3:51)
14. Fingalick – Entrance Theme (2:42)
15. Scuba – Time Relentless Time (3:14)
16. ill.Gates, Fine Cut Bodies – Extraordinary Rendition (Fine Cut Bodies Remix) (5:28)
17. Sorceress – Teacups (3:26)
18. Shinedoe FT. Karin Dreijer – Discourse My New Romance (6:14)
19. Mr Scruff-We Are Coming (6:00)
20. Christos DC – Living in the Past (4:01)
21. El Txef A – Somewhere In A Small Town (El Txef A Band Live Recorded At Sala BBK) (3:56)
22. Samples, Knight Riderz – The Storm (Knight Riderz RMX) (3:08)
23. The Last Hero – Earth Realm (Original Mix) (5:07)
24. Erotic Market – It’s a breaking (remix by Everyday) (3:01)
25. Sizzla, Vida Sunshyne – The Formula featuring Vida Sunshyne (4:26)
26. Frederic Robinson – His Inner Strength (Live) (6:07)
27. Matthewdavid -In My World (Brainfeeder) (3:31)
28. Katy B – Still (3:29)
29. Kate Tempest – Lonely Daze (4:06)
30. Know V.A. – Flew (4:58)
31. Resistor – Keep it to Yourself (3:21)
32. Stewart Walker – Accidental Still Life (7:12)
33. Vytis Gruzdys – Stay Gold (Original Mix) (2:36)
34. Baka Beyond – Sylkie (5:00)
35. Eccodek – 04 My primitive heart (5:44)
36. Dyl – City Limits (Original Mix) (5:20)
37. Wreckless – Hard Light (Deficit Remix) (6:17)
38. Aversive – Dreams (4:04)
39. Da Cruz – Din Din (Da Cruz Remix) (4:14)
40. Josephine & The Artizans – Dies Irae (2:59)
41. 01 h2so4 – Welcome to My Planet (king of Kings Mix) (3:15)
42. Rahmanee – The Stopper (4:50)
43. Deficit & Wreckless – Alchemy (Original Mix) (7:32)
44. Digital – INGREDIENTSUK041 AA – Archive – Ten Eight Seven Mastered (5:59)
45. Mako, DLR & Fields – Old Soul (UM015A) (5:54)
46. Hyroglifics – Torus (Original Mix) (6:01)
47. After Empire – JCVD (4:56)
48. Deleted Soul – Africanz (4:09)
49. Mzungu Kichaa – Together As One ft. Karen Mukupa and Juma Nature (4:29)
50. Jef Gilson & Malagasy – Chant Inca (4:12)

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Pacifika – Amor Planeta

Posted in News with tags , , , , , on May 6, 2014 by E.N.

Pacifika - Amor PlanetaTiming is everything. When you’re in no hurry, with no expectations or outside pressure, the process of creation seems natural. This was the case in the making of global fusion outfit Pacifika’s third album, Amor Planeta. The Vancouver-based trio of vocalist Silvana Kane, guitarist Adam Popowitz and bassist Toby Peter has never sounded more at home with the world.

This record is much like the title of the album, which means Love Planet,” says Kane, a native Peruvian. “It’s love in its various forms: love of nature, love of another, love that is lost, love that is eternal—basically all that makes us what we are as humans.

Entering the studio with a new frame of mind following the success of 2008’s Asuncion and 2010’s Supermagique, as well as Kane’s 2012 solo album, La Jardinera, Pacifika tried out a new process of songwriting and recording. “In the past the three of us would sit together and jam ideas,” says Peter. “This time Adam and I built a track, then Silvana would come in and vibe off of it.”Pacifika - Amor Planeta extra music new

The addition of trumpet player Malcolm Aiken as well as a more organic approach to recording—less electronica, more live performance—kept things fresh for the band. Whereas before the songs would often be built around Kane’s poetic lyricism, Amor Planeta offers lush textures and guitar-driven ambient soundscapes, not to mention a harder edge keeping a nice balance between both.

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Thomas Blondet – FutureWorld +New Video Premiere

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 6, 2014 by E.N.

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FutureWorld, the debut album from acclaimed Washington, DC DJ/producer,Thomas Blondet, is out now on Rhythm & Culture Music.

FutureWorld is genre bending, multicultural, and forward thinking aural journey that defines the Rhythm & Culture sound. Furthermore, Blondet’s project highlights his production sensibilities and widespread vision garnered by the multitude of influences living in the nation’s capital. His impeccable ability to mesh melody with infectious rhythms makes this a dance release as well as an insurmountable task in itself.


FutureWorld blends together Jamaican toasters with Indian musical traditions, fusing harmoniously within a landscape of swirling synthesizer lines over a terrain of modern dance rhythms (Chan Ve). Gentle Spanish vocals float alongside cinematic Middle-Eastern melodies (Un Amor) evoking images of streaming water flowing from a fountain in an ornate Andalusian palace.

Blondet, playing the roles of artist, producer, and curator achieves this hybrid by carefully selecting a host of vocal collaborators including reggae legend Monsoon, Carol C (of SiSe), Tina M, and French vocalist Leyla Chatti. Blondet’s creative collaborators also include Kiran Gandhi (of M.I.A.) who played percussion on Curry Flava and Croatian musician, Fillip Novosel, with whom he teams up on Savo Vodo, resulting in powerful Baltic vocals and virtuosic musicianship. Combined with Blondet’s DJ-friendly beats, the result is a statement of how small the world has truly become.

Comprised of 13 compositions, FutureWorld carries the dialogue of a modern global community as it creates the future of a world together.

1. Chan Ve
2. Un Amor
3. Check One
4. Dil Da Jani
5. Beyond the Balkans
6. Tu Va Partir
7. Curry Flava
8. Savo Vodo
9. In This World
10. Dil Da Jani Reprise
11. Supreme Dub
12. Son of Fakir
13. In This World Dub

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TOP 25 Promo Chart V/A February 2014

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 5, 2014 by E.N.

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Indie,Rock,Alternative,Downtempo,Experimental,Etno,Nu Jazz,Folk,Funk,Soul,Progressive Rock,Cumbia,World,…,

1. Art Decade – Need You Yesterday (3:56) INFO
2. Nick Pride & The Pimptones – Hex On My Soul (3:04)
3. Zo aka La chauve-souris – Stars (3:32)
4. Ahmed – Dhiyaanaage-huvafen (6:18)
5. Hurray For The Riff Raff – St. Roch Blues (5:09)
6. John Adorney – Never Alone (5:08)
7. Club America – Mary Did (3:56)
8. K I T (Kuenta I Tambú) – Jackhammer (3:31)
9. Sara feat. Bosta – Tounkan (Captain Planet Remix) (5:49)
10. Adrian – In My Hands (4:06)
11. Beth Neilsen Chapman – 12 Almost (4:10)
12. Nistha Raj – Shivranjani (5:45)
13. Diggs Duke – Sweat Like Sieves – DIGIMASTER (2:51)
14. Tiécoro Sissoko – Fatou – Soli (6:15)
15. Fox and the Bird – Wreck of the Fallible (4:04)
16. Jaro Milko & The Cubalkanics – Cumbia Griega (3:49)
17. The David Liberty Band – End Of Story (3:45)
18. Mainland – – Shiner (2:27)
19. Adrian Raso Fanfare Ciocarlia – 10. Spiritissimo (3:34)
20. Mark Morriss – Its hard to be good all the time (4:06)
21. Happyness – Montreal Rock Band Somewhere (5:04)
22. Jarabe De Palo – 01 Somos (4:06)
23. Jef Gilson – Chant Inca (5:43)
24. Sound Menagerie – Stay With Me (4:18)
25. NØMADS – Disguises (5:32)

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Frànçois & The Atlas Mountains release new album on Domino USA( February 14, 2012)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 23, 2011 by E.N.

Pensive indie pop, delicate electronica, as well as North African guitar stylings and percussion combine on the forthcoming release by Frànçois & The Atlas Mountains. The new album, entitled E Volo Love (Domino USA) releases February 14, 2012.

In a centuries-old French church high on a hill, Malian-style finger-picked guitar riffs bounced off cabaret-ready piano lines. Whispering calabash brushed against shimmering minimal techno. All in service of a dreamy set of songs that became E Volo Love (Domino USA; release: February 14, 2012), tracks that straddle the catchiest of indie rock and electronica and the lush borders of globally inflected experimentation.

This is the world of Fránçois and the Atlas Mountains. Fránçois has opened for incandescent Afrobeat scion Femi Kuti, and he has played with effusive retro-rockers Camera Obscura. He’s leaped unexpectedly onto the indie scene in an English industrial town and learned to embrace the sounds of his native Southwestern France. He’s gotten lost in the outskirts of Fez and dug into the complexities of Senegalese mbalax’s rolling club beats.

Shaped by the quiet influence of West and North African sounds and by the gritty yet friendly vibe of Bristol’s underground arts scene, Fránçois and the Atlas Mountains make a return to roots—hometowns, lost loves, Western pop transformed in the crucibles of the Sahara or Dakar—utterly engaging and fresh.

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Fránçois was raised on Serge Gainsbourg, Jacques Prévert, the classics of French pop and poetry. He also grew up hearing tales from Cameroon, where his mother spent her girlhood. Yet the rural French kid’s mind was blown when he first heard grunge and pounded on a distortion pedal, and he started making his own tapes.

When work took him to Bristol, England, Fránçois immediately jumped into a thriving scene, one that included both the speed-of-weed trip hop of groups like Portishead and Massive Attack, and a DIY-loving arts underground where experimentation and collaboration were welcome. Fránçois, merrily collecting a menagerie of instruments and accompanying himself live on keys he played with his feet, fit in perfectly and soon connected with bands from The Pastels to Movietone to Camera Obscura, who invited him to join.

Yet there are other currents that run through Fránçois’s music and that flow across North and West Africa, back to Europe. Things clicked for Fránçois when he heard the brilliant African blues of Ali Farka Touré and the gritty Sahara rock of Tinariwen. He found himself wandering through Morocco, shadowing groups of Senegalese drummers, trying to master the polyrhythmic spree of Dakar’s dance music (mbalax, made famous by singers like Youssou NDour).

On E Volo Love, these fascinations get folded back into indie rock and electronica in an organic way. Inspired by Touré—and constantly mislaying his picks— Fránçois figured out how to touch the electric guitar strings and approach the bare fingered, rippling sound of Mali’s guitar greats. He invited Tinariwen engineer Jean-Paul Romann to add his imprint to the album.

And almost accidentally, E Volo Love gained an African pulse. As Fránçois was spending some time in his hometown of Saintes, he wound up playing a gig at the old church where the album was eventually recorded, with versatile drummer Amaury Ranger. A dance class had left behind a hand drum and a calabash, and the duo picked them up spontaneously during the show.

“The sound had a power and drive, but was gentle enough not to overwhelm what I was doing,” explains Fránçois. This sound, rich with the church’s natural resonance, blends seamlessly with the drum kit and beats of tracks like the album’s otherworldly opener, “Les Plus Beaux.”

“As we were putting the album together, the idea of return, of palindromes, kept popping up, which was perfect because I recorded the album where I grew up, around things I knew so well but was re-experiencing from the point of view of an adult,” Fránçois reflects. “It’s about things that never move, or things that return: sounds, people, feelings.”

Things that loop back transformed echo throughout E Volo Love, whether it’s the mysterious marimba sample from a field recording that merges into the bittersweet Afro-indie rock of “Edge of Town,” or the overwhelming nostalgia of the electronica-inflected “Bail Eternel.”

Opposites attract and coexist: a French cabaret piano line goes Congotronic on “Piscine,” horns add grit to a gentle indie ballad on “Azrou Tune.” The landscape on the cover looks like a blazing desert, but is actually a freezing morning: “The cover was shot at 7 AM in February on the coldest day you can get,” Fránçois recalls. “It has this strange feeling of things being the opposite at the same time.” Much like tension between airy and earthy that makes E Volo Love shine.

Fanfare Ciocarlia vs. Boban & Marko Markovic, Balkan Brass Battle (Asphalt Tango)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , on June 1, 2011 by E.N.

East European Heavyweights Fanfare Ciocarlia vs. Boban & Marko Markovic on ‘Balkan Brass Battle’
Release Date: July 12, 2011

Finally, the two titans of East European Gypsy music go head to head in a Balkan brass encounter of epic proportions. Following the tradition of brass battles from Serbia’s legendary Guca Brass Festival to New Orleans’ mean streets, the Balkan Brass Battle showcases the wit, passion and musical genius of Europe’s Romany Gypsy people.

In the left corner: Fanfare Ciocarlia, the Romanian rockers who rose from rural obscurity to international fame as one of the world’s most explosive live bands. Their fierce groove helped fuel a global beats revolution: Fanfare Ciocarlia tearing the roof off the sucka night after night!
 
In the right corner: Serbian trumpet legend Boban Markovic & Orchestra – survivors of the Yugoslav civil war, Guca Festival’s greatest champions, immortalized in Emir Kusturica’s maverick films, Boban’s Orchestra now feature young gun Marko Markovic, the fastest trumpet in town!

The Balkan Brass Battle CD was recorded across a feverish, sleepless forty-eight hours in a Transylvanian hotel right outside Graf Dracula, the castle of Vlad Tepes. Both bands laid down their hottest grooves then shaped up for a battle royal in the studio. Your ears won’t believe these Gypsy mavericks turbo charged takes on Duke Ellington’s ‘Caravan’ and John Barry’s ‘James Bond Theme’. Also recorded were Balkan folk tunes, original compositions and a surreal take on ‘Gummy Bear’ from the McDonalds’ Kids Menu

 

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