Posts Tagged ‘Venezuela’

CHANGA TUKI CLASSICS

Sunday, March 10th, 2013
CHANGA TUKI CLASSICS

After their seminal compilation “African Digital Dance”, released in 2011 on Mental Groove, Bazzerk, the Paris duo consisting of DJs and producers Jess & Crabbe, have put together another amazing collection. It´s called “Changa Tuki Classics” and features big tunes from the Venezuelan ghetto genre, that recently became a hot new addition in the ever more crowded tropical bass club sound. The compilation features classics and hard to find gems such as “Brasileña” by El Mago, DJ Baba´s “Bass This” (Incognitus Mix), DJ Ronald´s “Body bass edit”, plus tracks by usual suspects such as DJ Yirvin and Pocz & Pacheko amongst others.

Listen to the compilation teaser mix here:

Watch the teaser here, the compilation is out on Monday on Mental Groove!


Bazzerk present Changa Tuki Classics von BAZZERK

LUSO FM #9 ON FUNKHAUS EUROPA

Thursday, March 7th, 2013
LUSO FM #9 ON FUNKHAUS EUROPA

O-Futuro-da-Cultura-Luso-Brasileira

Luso FM #9 on Funkhaus Europa w/Daniel Haaksman of March 2nd 2013 features tracks by Comunidade Nin Jitsu, Banda Uó, Waldo Squash, Poirier and two tunes from the forthcoming Bazzerk-Compilation on Tuki (“Tuki Classics”, out on Mental Groove next week) plus much more!

Pocz & Pacheko feat. Dj Yirvin – Muevelo (Free DL)

Wednesday, November 14th, 2012
Pocz & Pacheko feat. Dj Yirvin - Muevelo (Free DL)

The Tuki fever continues on Lisbon´s Enchufada label with this new smasher by Pocz & Pacheko feat. DJ Yirvin. And the great thing is: You can download it for free from below.

¿QUIÉN QUIERE TUKI?

Thursday, September 6th, 2012
¿QUIÉN QUIERE TUKI?

¿QUIÉN QUIERE TUKI? (“Who wants Tuki?”) is a documentary on the music style Changa Tuki which was birthed in the bairros of Caracas, Venezuela.

To get an impression on the reach of this music phenomenon, a simple search on Youtube displays the enormous amounts of clicks and views that are produced when a track is tagged with the term “Tuki”.

The full length documentary, to be released end of September 2012, features interviews with the two main producers of a movement that was born in the early 2000s. The documentary also presents the initative of the Abstractor collective to explore and export this authentic rhythm, which is about to become the next big thing in South American urban electronic music. Watch this space for the full length documentary!