Apr 25, 2014
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Posts tagged: Electro

Audio: Bermudan Bass from Noise Cans

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It’s only appropriate we hip you to the latest development in the constantly growing and evolving Electro-Caribbean crossover domain, this time coming like a comet straight from Bermuda. It’s WMC season down in Miami and this one arrived on our doorstep just in time to ramp up the vibes and touch D electronic road. The debut project via Bad Manor from new group Noise Cans and the traditional Gombey masked artist COLLAS is heavy business, combining authentic spirit with modern day art, music, lights and straight up rebellion. We can definitely ride for that around here. Make sure you keep ears and eyes locked on this team and stream the mix below, download here

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Toppa Top 10: Jillionaire’s Top 10 Electro-Caribbean Crossover Tunes

Selections by Jillionaire, Photo by Damion “LoOkYah” Baddy

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Toppa Top 10: The Baddest Mixtapes of 2013

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Mixtape Mondays: Major Lazer, Smutlee, Safari Sound, Bud E Green

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Welcome to another edition of Mixtape Mondays. We’re back to add the necessary soundtrack to your week with vibes from a global roundup of deejays. From one drop to big room, and culture to cardio, we keep the ting versatile with something for everyone this week. Go in below.

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You Rate It: David Heartbreak’s “The Foundation”

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Hustling bass maker David Heartbreak just dropped his first official solo record, a seven-track offering of electronic compositions showcasing what the man has been up to this past year or so in the lab. If you remember, we hipped you to Heartbreak’s Caribbean roots and some of his moombahton / dancehall crossover joints in the past; subtle layers of reggae and dancehall influence course through The Foundation, which dips into dubstep, rave, electro, acid, trap. The project was released by Skrillex‘s imprint OWSLA, obviously a huge look. Let us know how you rate the release in the comments section. Stream the album below, purchase on Beatport here.

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Mixtape Mondays: Jasmine Solano x MeLo-X, Yaadcore, Pusha T

Words by DJ Theory —

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We’re back with your morning-after-the-Super-Bowl edition of Mixtape Mondays on deck. We know Beyonce’s dancehall-infused halftime performance last night has you in a Caribbean frame of mind, so we’re covering all of the bases with roots, rap, dancehall and electro-bashment business. Your Monday soundtrack should be looking a whole lot better right now. And look for our new LargeUp mix series launching this Friday with a mix from Jillionaire. Boom.

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