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Silvestre - Uau Novo Ep! DJ Firmeza / Lilocox Remixes
Silvestre
Uau Novo Ep! DJ Firmeza / Lilocox Remixes
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Meda Fury)
10,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Meda Fury is so gassed to welcome Silvestre back for a virtual hug and a 5 track EP of new jams and remix fire! The Lisbon boy done good has been enjoying some well earned praise for his last few releases - his '...is boss EP' on Secretsundaze, 'Girar' on Diskotopia, and 'Yeah' via yours truly. Gigs in Amsterdam, Bristol, Porto, London and Lisbon followed - including his debut on Boiler Room. For this new EP we are served 3 brand new Silvestre tracks and 2 huge remixes from one of the most respected labels in Lisbon - Príncipe! 'Todos Bem' starts as an organ led scratch-fest, with a tight auto-tune vocal from Silvestre himself, before mutating into an anthemic/hedonistic 303 acid and whistle banger! This euphoric string-laden track equally at home in Ibiza or Notting Hill Carnival! 'Paga O Que Deves' is up next; Joao's love of grime and UK bass culture is evident from the drop, twisted synths and breaks recall everyone from Eastman to Wiley. On the flip we find serious remix pressure from Silvestre's friends and contemporaries - the Lisbon crew of Príncipe! DJ Firmeza is up first, pushing the tempo way up on 'Yeah', turning it into a banging kuduro rave monster, propulsive batida drums upping the temperature. DJ Lilocox follows with an intense remix of 'Demónios Na Cabeça', converting it into a percussive trancey big-room bomb. Layers of mixed afro/gqom drums follow a strict samba-like rhythm forcing hands and possibly the ceiling higher.
Silvestre - Super Cool EP
Silvestre
Super Cool EP
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Secretsundaze)
11,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Silvestre returns to Secretsundaze with his follow up to the 'Silvestre Is Boss EP'. The Portuguese producer has always lifted inspiration from Rap, R&B and Reggaeton but this EP showcases a more stripped down sound with four rugged, ruffed up house heaters. To quote Silvestre himself "I wanted to make bangers, my current inspirations have been coming from UK Drill, Ghetto House, Randomer and Jimmy Lacoste."AA The 'Supercool EP' features more of Silvestre's voice than previous EP's weaving it into the tracks like most producers use vocal samples, obviously inspired by Dance Mania and old skool Chicago records. 'Love U' then flips the script and brings the vocals upfront with a paean to an unrequited crush.ASilvestre is evidently a man of many tricks but this new spin on raw club bangers is really working for me and can't wait until I can hear these played loud in a dark sweaty club! Since his last Secretsundaze release Silvestre has released two EP's on Meda Fury (including remixes from friends and contemporaries from Principe Discos) and a track on the R&S NHS compilation alongside the likes of Lone, Djrum, Anz, Tsvi, Yak and Fausia. A
Silvestre - Yeah EP
Silvestre
Yeah EP
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Meda Fury)
10,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Meda Fury are buzzing to welcome Silvestre to the fold for a 6 track EP of low-slung party starters. This Lisbon native and London resident has been on several tastemakers lips for the last year now, serving up no-nonsense but seriously fun dance music, comparable to the spirit of mighty Portuguese scene labels Principe and Naive. Joao’s tracks are mind bending hybrids of breakbeat, reggaeton, R&B, rave and house. His recent artilary coming via Seceretsundaze, Diskotopia and his own Padre Himalaya, he now adds the Yeah EP to his weaponry.
Silvestre - Girar
Silvestre
Girar
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Diskotopia)
10,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Ways Of The Sun was something like an underground hit in the winter of 2015/2016 and Frankey & Sandrino were riding the big wave and released various EP's on labels such as Mule or Innervisions, to name just a few. In that time they built a strong reputation as gifted producers and solid DJs. It took a while to get the package together. The first remix was delivered by Vienna's Wunderkind Peter Kruder, who delivered beyond expectations a sublime modern version of his very unique sound, which gained him already as K+D worldwide fame. Jimi Jules' remix is flirting with Dub and it's beats and pitched down vocals create a skanking house anthem, which is rich in groove and has that certain soulfulness about it we love. Another young promising man from Zurich is Manuel Fischer, his remix involves classic elements of Chicago and Detroit house, slightly twisted and enhaling the warm vintage sound. Last but not least Armitage deliver a rough old-school techno version. The guys behind this project are well known people in the scene, so it's no surprise that their remix is of purest connaisseur quality.
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