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V.A. - Firma Do Txiga
V.A.
Firma Do Txiga
3x7'' | 2017 | US | Original (Principe Discos)
15,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
First showcase of this well tested, diverse crew. First triple format on the label.
DJ Nervoso - DJ Nervoso
DJ Nervoso
DJ Nervoso
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Principe Discos)
13,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
We can't stress enough the importance of finally releasing an EP by scene originator DJ Nervoso. This release features newer tracks alongside unreleased older (we should really say Classic) ones, demonstrating the level of perfection he attained early on. Nervoso is the main reason why DJ Marfox, DJ Firmeza and many others started deejaying and producing, hooked on his fiery DJ sets since they were barely in their teens, around 2001-2002. He is well known for a bare bones approach to rhythm, working the basic hypnotic feel of pounding drums to mesmerizing effect, in his permanent quest to make people move. His sound is meant to unite, not divide, the dancefloor. Even before he started producing, Nervoso was quick to perceive that some people were alienated in parties where Angolan kuduro got played, for the simple reason they didn't command the specific moves associated with the style or its variations. So his production focused on adapting the beats of this much-loved dance music, changing the codes for a more inclusive experience. Some call it techno.
Niagara - Sao Joao Baptista
Niagara
Sao Joao Baptista
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Principe Discos)
12,59 €* 13,99 € -10%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Niagara started 2016 firmly commited to their own Ascender label, having released a first 12" late in 2015. A string of stellar CDRs guaranteed their relevant (and private) output became available outside their studio. The consistency is such that it was no effort selecting 4 additional tracks to assemble a third EP on Príncipe. Opener "Asa" is strong on keys, suggests a cool jazz walkabout where the machines and other instruments seem to be jamming together without interference. This broadens the horizon of whoever thought they are a House band; As countless other dance tracks, "IV" is built around a steady kickdrum, supporting a succession of vibes hitting left and right, obeying only the illogical architecture of Niagara's sonic world; "Amarelo" is the longest track in the set. Very physical and expansive beats, a funky guitar groove, deep bass tones and it ends just like that!A cascading drum machine holds its own, then comes a wandering flute and passing waves as jets in the sky. Trippy and brilliant, "Laranja" changes coordinates and points to a fresh destination.
DJ Marfox - Chapa Quente
DJ Marfox
Chapa Quente
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Principe Discos)
13,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Marfox and Príncipe have come a long and happy way since his (and ours) debut with the appropriately titled EP "Eu Sei Quem Sou" in late 2011. The raw and more minimal sound of the producer's formative years has mutated into a complex web of influences and new sounds. His scope has enlarged and yet Marfox retains the most crucial quality: he does not forget his roots. You will notice differences in such tracks as "Unsound" (reflecting the festival in Poland where things really started to heat up), with its metallic harshness and even the bright, shiny, retro-futurist "Tarraxo Everyday"; also, "Kassumbula" and "Cobra Preta" both display a similar kind of sci-fi dissonace we can't quite place our finger on. Marfox's musical evolution has been a staggering and beautiful process to behold. More skills bring more thrills and the overall feel of "Chapa Quente" is that of a perpetual chase scene on a New Lisbon constantly reorganized by the pull of different cultures, something that resonates with Marfox's upbringing in the now demolished shantytown of Quinta da Vitória, where he came of age among neighbors who had emigrated from India, Pakistan, São Tomé e Príncipe or Cabo Verde, admittedly having informed his sound aesthetics and practice. One stop only to catch some Sun ("Tarraxo Everyday") but all the rest runs faster than you and us. Godspeed.
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