Posts Tagged ‘Bass’

BRAZILIAN BASS

Friday, July 4th, 2014
BRAZILIAN BASS

Just in time for the two quarter final games tonight, Daniel Haaksman made another amazing Brazilian Bass mix, this time for French website Canal Street. Grab it from below!

LUSO FM #63 ON FUNKHAUS EUROPA OF MAY 10th

Tuesday, May 13th, 2014
LUSO FM #63 ON FUNKHAUS EUROPA OF MAY 10th

#63 in Daniel Haaksman´s weekly show features new music by Sebastien Tellier, Quantic, DJ Tide, Ninetoes, Buraka Som Sistema, Chief Boima & Geko Jones, Omulu, Pessadão Tropical and many more.

JUNGLE FEVER

Sunday, May 11th, 2014
JUNGLE FEVER

Great documentary on the emergence of Jungle in UK in the late 1980s.

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LUSO FM #62 ON FUNKHAUS EUROPA OF APRIL 26th

Friday, May 2nd, 2014
LUSO FM #62 ON FUNKHAUS EUROPA OF APRIL 26th

#62 in Daniel Haaksman´s radio show on Funkhaus Europa presents new heat from Boogaloo, Drumagick, Dom La Nena, Branko ++++

PINDUCA – VAMOS FARREAR (DANIEL HAAKSMAN EDIT), FREE DL!

Thursday, April 10th, 2014
PINDUCA - VAMOS FARREAR (DANIEL HAAKSMAN EDIT), FREE DL!

The state of Pará (located in North-East of Brazil, in the Amazon area) has long been a hotbed for musical innovations. It´s an area where many musical strings from the whole South American continent are crossing, blending and giving birth to very unique regional music styles. Due to its remote situation, Pará for long did it´s own thing. As Brazilian styles such as samba and forró came in from the south of the giant country, sounds like merengue, calypso and cumbia flowed in from the north in equal measure.

All these influences poured into the region´s first home-grown pop music movement in the 1970s, when artists like Pinduca adapted the rainforest´s traditional Afro-indigenous carimbó rhythm to a dance band format. The super musical hybridity of the carimbó is one reason why the genre had a pan-Latin-American appeal for various decades. The other reason: It´s just great party music. And carimbó´s anthem is undoubtedly Pinduca´s “Vamos Farrear” (Portuguese for “Let´s roam”). Praising the joy that drinking cachaça can bring, “Vamos Farrear” is Brazil´s 1970s pre-cursor to Riva Starr´s “Yesterday, I got drunk”.

Daniel Haaksman has now created the contemporary update of this great Brazilian anthem in a club friendly edit that already smashed dancefloors on his recent tour through New Zealand and Australia. Play it out loud, and make sure those cachaça´s are downed! Grab it for free from below.