Boston producer J Paul Getto always brings the funk. J Paul’s latest is through Glasgow Underground, and it’s a track called “Music Freek.” It’s got that organic and groovy feel, complete some filtered disco loops and funky horns, and it never lets up. Also be sure to peep the remix from label-head Kevin McKay, and grab ’em both at Traxsource.
As part of 2013 Forward Festival in DC, PAN label head Bill Kouligas sat down for a Q&A session before his set at Tropicalia; about a dozen people were in attendance to hear Kouligas speak. In the time since 2013, Kouligas and PAN have widened the scope of their sound and broadened their fan base with cutting edge, critically acclaimed albums from Objekt, Lee Gamble, and M.E.S.H. among others. The
Portugal’s capital city of Lisbon has recently been a hotspot for emerging talent. Príncipe Discos has released a series of excellent singles, the vinyl versions adorned with hand painted covers that sell out quickly. Similarly, Warp Records released a three part series titled Cargaa that cast a spotlight on Lisbon’s new squad of producers. The new sound of Lisbon stems from Kuduro, a combination of rhythms from Angola that Portuguese
Learn more about Robag Wruhme before his show on Friday at U Street Music Hall. RSVP on Facebook and purchase tickets. A prolific, beloved member of the German techno community, Jena-based producer/DJ Gabor Schablitzki released a wide assortment of EPs throughout the late ’90s and 2000s as DJ Robag, Die Dub Rolle, Machiste, Themroc, Rolf Oksen, and, most commonly, Robag Wruhme. While the 2005 Wruhme album Wuzzelbud KK was a set of predominantly all-new tracks, it provided something of a gateway into Schablitzki’s work, offering
Sometimes life just doesn’t seem fair, like when someone born after the millennium is already able to produce dope house music better than most people. Freckle, the young Dutch producer is who I am talking about here. His latest track, “Rich Swagger,” is a pumping mixture of deep and tech house, and it’s perfect for peak hour clubbing. You can grab this bomb for free via ToneDen, which I recommend because I’m