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Kush Arora & MC ZULU Team Up On Azonto-Kuduro Twisting ‘Witch Doctor’.

Posted on 26 February 2014 by admin

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Thanks to Okay Africa for supporting the new azonto MC ZULU and I teamed up for the second in the KAP series of combining dancehall vocalists with the future of African electronic music, this time making versions with Kuduro and Azonto flavored sounds.

Thanks to Okay Africa for supporting the new azonto MC ZULU and I teamed up for the second in the KAP series of combining dancehall vocalists with the future of African electronic music, this time making versions with Kuduro and Azonto flavored sounds.

After years of following these Angolan and Ghana based movements, us longtime collaborators and touring mates have decided to give the sound a go. Earlier this year we headlined the first night of Reggae On The River, and we did in August around that time. Dave Sharma from the NYC disco out fit, and old pal and amazing drummer did some percussion on the track too.

We’ve included a video of me making the tune and also a free download of the acapella  at 140 BPM for anybody to remix! Just send it to us!

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My short trip to Berlin, Jan 2014.

Posted on 26 February 2014 by admin

Berlin, cold as hell I love you so very much! Here’s a round of the evenings that I had. Luckily when I got there Kid Kameleon from Surya Dub was around and we immediately went to Panorama bar after some good foods to see MJ COLE and Wookie absolutely kill it.

Another night, linked with Tommy Lexxus and we got to hear the Lion’s Den sound at YAM, which a bar with a beach and a wicked sound system. Ras Lion played and Radikal Guru headlined. Off to another joint and heard the Infrasound crew play great old deep dub step and ran into Cotti up in the place!

The Last adventure was with one of my absolutely favorite dj’s on the planet, DJ ZHAO Off to a corner of Berlin and underneath an art gallery lay a party which I have the video here. Solid african underground and middle eastern charged electronic sounds and real great people.Thanks guys for making it a blast.

I hope to be back soon and spread the sounds.

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African Drum library with Afrolicious, Nappy G Live Footage.

Posted on 26 February 2014 by admin

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Kush teamed up with Bay Area’s Afrolicious, NYC’s Nappy G, and a few others to lay new percussion on their records and make a new drum library for Pyramind Studios, San Francisco. Video here.

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Wildfire New Years Eve, Dutty Arts, Surya Dub, Que Bajo!, Tormenta Tropical + FEX.

Posted on 26 February 2014 by admin

 

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Chief Boima, Geko Jones, Mano, Uproot Andy, Ushka, Oro11, and myself  got together to celebrate 2014 NYE correct at Riddim in Oakland. Upstaris we hadTropical, Dancehall, Cumbia, Global Bass, Afro Sounds. Downstairs we had the Techno folks in Oakland holding it down :Milkplant (0-1),Rubidium (0-1),Guidewire (Android Muziq/ Direct to Earth).

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Kush Remixing Iceland’s gothic pop band Bloodgroup.

Posted on 26 February 2014 by admin

Welcome to a new identity I present to the world- ONLY NOW. This remix was done for the song “Nothing Is Written In The Stars” by Bloodgroup. Make sure to check the incredibly creepy video of the original. This alias explores industrial sounds, space, and darkness.

Bloodgroup are from Iceland on Sugarcane Recordings with a new record “Disquiet EP”, dropping dec 2nd with remixes by Com Truise, Keep Shelly IN Athens, Girl UNit, Renaissance Man.

Icelandic band Bloodgroup have had their powerfully crafted brand of electronic music playing on my stereo on repeat ever since the February release of the Tracing Echoes Album on Sugarcane. The highly developed album was described as majestic ballads, grinding beats, and a pop single or three thrown in for good measure from the likes of Dummy Magazine.

Earmilk (Canada) claims ‘The Icelandic foursome cut icy melodies through the steam on Tracing Echoes, undoubtedly their best to date, but more impressively, one of the best albums of 2013. With its delicate vocals and gemmed synths, (it) strikes closer to early Knife or Zola Jesus than Depeche Mode. Depeche Mode’s shadow might reach far and wide, but their descendants keep finding ways to push gloomy synth-pop into darker, tighter corners.

Bloodgroup rips up the mold, equal parts muscle and machine, the band manages to concoct a mixture that’s just as addictive as anything from Dave Gahan and company’……… And with that……we give you the new Disquiet EP.

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6/7- Kush alongside Madlib and Jamrock at 1015 Folsom SF

Posted on 23 May 2013 by admin

Quite an exciting show here , I’ll be playing a selection of cutting edge african, azonto, kuduro, and new productions at Madlib’s Medicine show, which features the Band Zamrock, and the master himself!!!

Details here

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Zuzuka Poderosa/Kush Arora “SEDA” video on SPIN

Posted on 20 December 2012 by admin

Check the video premier on SPIN here for “SEDA” A year in the making, Kush and Zuzuka Poderosa have teamed up for “Carioca Bass EP” that dropped on Jan 29th on Little Owl Recordings. It features 2 originals+ Remixes from Sonora, Murderbot, Jess Jubilee+Burt Fox, CEE, HXDB, Nego Mocambique. It’s been featured on RCRDLBL, Tropical Bass, and many more sites.

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“Zuzuka has turned to our minds like the impact of a helicopter against the building; like a hot gate of sound for this snowy weekend. Zuzuka is a Big Bang. Zuzuka is poderosa.”NHM (Spain/London)

Not only is she bringing her own brand of the hot Brazilian underground sound to the rest of the world, but from her international vantage point she operates like a provocatively rhyming hurricane, sucking up global riddims from ghettotech to dancehall and flinging them back out at gale-force speeds.” – MTV

Born in Vitoria, Brazil, ZUZUKA PODEROSA grew up in Rio and spent her formative years in the West Indies. She later moved to Brooklyn, NY, to study jazz vocal improvisation and work at her poetry. For the past few years, she’s been building up the underground Baile Funk, Moombahton and Global Bass scene in New York.

In my own words, this is why I work with Zuzuka:

She sounds dangerous, intense, unhinged, and different and more experimental than the baile funk, carioca, and tropical bass vocalists I hear out there. She has an amazing stage presence, uncompromising attitude and intense energy that she pushes forth, and her willingness to experiment outside of the small box of samples and traditions from the Brazilian electronic movement. She has that knack to take people, propel them into motion to get down and forget about the world, but lyrically she’s not all fun and games, which is very important to me.

Tracks on the EP are remixed by:
Jess Jubilee: Though now splitting her time between Miami and Brooklyn, XLR8R’s “artist to watch” Jubilee will always be Brooklyn’s bass sweetheart. Known for her rambunctious combination of upfront bass music, UK house, and tropical flavors, she has become a surefire remedy for ailing dancefloors around the globe.

Sonora, also known as Sonora Longoria, is a producer of Latin and third world/global bass music who resides in San Antonio, Texas. He released his debut EP, “Siempre Fresco,” in September of 2010 through the label Peligrosa, and since then he has had other releases through Dutty Artz, Friends of Friends, Man Recordings, Sounds Of Sumo, and Mad Decent. The “cumbia child” Sonora has accomplished quite a few projects with global artists, one being for his “Remezcla” EP series where he takes on remixing and recording with carioca bass diva Zuzuka Poderosa. The album received a great review by MTV: “her souped-up Brazilian chatter collides head-on with Sonora’s Latin-flavored bass. As you might imagine, sparks fly everywhere and stuff catches on fire.”

El Negro Mozambique, a Brazilian expat living in Toronto, who has been in the electronic music scene for more than ten years, performing live acts of his own compositions, mash ups and remixes, and also creating soundtracks for TV and movies.
Others include: Vancouver’s HXDB, Chicago’s Chrissy Murderbot and CEE.
Song meanings:
‘Psicodelia‘ is an upbeat track featuring Zuzuka rapping about fireworks at a party that are, in fact, gunfire and bombs in one of Brazil’s favelas.

Sedais a play on words. Seda is Portuguese for rolling papers. In this song, Zuzuka touches on everything sexy about the drug while advocating for its legalization as there are “worse things happening to people because of its criminalization.”

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Spanish Street Riddim Remixes of Lady Chann and Mega Banton

Posted on 15 May 2012 by admin

Spanish Street Riddim Double Remixes “Wid Dem and Shake Sitten” feat. Mega Banton and Lady Chann

Mega Banton remixes from Stereotyp, Bukkha, Talen and Kush doing doped up disco dancehal.

Lady Chann remixes come from such luminaries as Ill-Esha, Kozee, Knight Riderz & Peek.

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Kush remixing JBoogie+MCZULU+Afrolicious for Om Records

Posted on 15 May 2012 by admin

J Boogie returns for the final single from his “Undercover” album with a tropical burner.

No Freedom is a nod to the classic sounds of Afrobeat with Pleasuremaker of Afrolicious laying down the funky groove for MC ZULU to deliver his message of political affairs. Kush Arora bangs out a remix for the club with some aggressive bass and 808 stompers. His mix of Kuduro, UK Funky and Dread Bass takes the horn section into outer space. This single is sure to create some sweat in the clubs over the summer!

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J Boogie is the Producer who brings all these artists from different walks of life together into a musical representation of the new tropical sound. Funky, soulful, percussive, and ready for the club.

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Zuzuka Poderosa and Kush Arora – Carioca Bass Mixtape

Posted on 15 May 2012 by admin

Zuzuka Poderosa (Translation: Power) is back! Her brand new mixtape, ‘Carioca Bass Mixtape’ features some of her classic tracks which circled the worldwild underground the last few years, mixed together with new tracks (heard for the first time) from her upcoming ‘Carioca Bass EP’ by Kush Arora (release Spring 2012). The tape features exclusives from DJ Edgar, Sany Pitbull, Stereotyp, Jumping Back Slash, as well as hot tracks by friends like Spoek Mathambo, Los Rakas, Dizzy Wright, Poirier, 5kin and Bone5, Gnucci Banana and more! ‘Where’s her cape?!’

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