Monday, December 6, 2010
Την Παρασκευή, 10 Δεκέμβρη, ο Poplie παρουσιάζει τη Lucrecia Dalt και το Radioaisle ζωντανά στο Τώρα Κ44 (Κωνσταντινουπόλεως 44, Γκάζι).
Ο μινιμαλισμός της Lucrecia από τη Βαρκελώνη συναντά την πειραματική διάθεση του Radioaisle από το Ντόρτμουντ και κάπου εκεί οι παραγωγοί του poplie παίρνουν τη θέση τους στα decks.
Ένα οπτικοακουστικό μείγμα σύγχρονης μουσικής, στο κλείσιμο της πανελλαδικής περιοδείας των δύο καλλιτεχνών στην Αθήνα.
Lucrecia Dalt και Radioaisle ζωντανά στο Τώρα Κ44 Το σαββατο, 10 Δεκέμβρη , με την υποστήριξη του poplie.
Thursday, November 25, 2010
Sunday, November 14, 2010
Ensemble Economique - Psychical | Ikonika and Optimum - Hum | S-X - Woooo | D Malice - Gabryelle (Refix) | Jessie Ware & SBTRKT - Nervous | Julio Bashmore - Footsteppin' | Mala (Digital Mystikz) - City Cycle | Anika - Masters Of War (Dub) | Tubby T - Ready She Ready (Seiji Remix) | Sunship feat. Warrior Queen - Almighty Father (Solid Groove Remix) | Bowly - Idee D'un Tropique | Sub Version - Free To Funk | Shackleton & Kasai Allstars - Mukuba Special | Shed - Boom Room | Nochexxx - Ritalin Love | Zomby - Tarantula |
Guts - Luv (Original Mix) | Africa Hitech - Too Late | Roots Manuva Meets Wrongtom - Track 8 | Gangrene - Operating Room | Gangrene - Freshest Rhymes (Instrumental) | J Dilla - Make Em NV | Lukid - Hair Of The Dog | Bibio - Lovers' Carvings (Leatherette Remix) | Strategy - Fantastic Chime | Dam Funk - Fates Say | Chris Ajilo And His Cubanos - Ariwo | Gonjasufi - Ancestors ((Dreamtime) Mark Pritchard Rmx)
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
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Thursday, October 7, 2010
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Friday, August 27, 2010
Thursday, July 15, 2010
hd35 @ poplie.eu 02/07/2010::::: sounds from The Skatalites, Max Romeo, Kowton, Joe, Pearson Sound, Ikonika....+more...
hd36 @ poplie.eu 09/07/2010::::: sounds from Forest Swords, The Psychedelic Schafferson Jetplane, Dengue Fever, Time and Space Machine, Mount Kimbie, Tokimonsta, MIA, Headhunter, Observers....+more...
Kutmah’s 1st tweet from London, England: “@Kutmah- OUT OF JAIL FINALLY ,THAT WAS HELL FOR REAL .ANYWAY ,I’M ON TO THE NEXT . MUCH LOVE TO ALL OF YOU WHO HAVE HAD ME ON THEIR MIND!”
Saturday, July 10, 2010
I'm an engineer, I'm a producer, I'm a composer. It's my record label. I'm the marketing manager. I transport them — I've got a micro-bus. I do everything on my own. I've got manufacturing. I buy CDs, I will silk-screen myself. I sing, too.
I'm a scout for talent. When you look at the person, you must see the artist. He or she must be able to dance. If you can dance, you can sell. Shangaan dancers, they dance, they can go on for almost an hour with that speed, without getting tired. When you see them dance you feel like they have got no bones. It's similar to the Zulus, but faster and we put a lot of style inside. There's disco in there, we use Pantsula moves.
We don't use the sounds of the hip-hop guys, or the afro-pop, or whatever, we're using Shangaan sounds. The traditional Shangaan music is fast. You play it slow, they won't dance.
Firstly it was played with bass and lead guitar. I'm the one revolutionized it, because when I came I didn't use any guitar or any bass, I just used marimba and the organs. We are not using the live bass, we are using the marimba bass which is played from the organ. A small sample of voices, that's what I specialize in. We use them in English. Those are the new aspects they never had before. At first people thought I was mad, and now it's the in-thing. You can play that music with bass, that's the old-timer music.
Shangaan is fast. While others play at 110, we are at 180, 182, 183. And when you hear those marimba beats and that live guitar through the keyboard, you know it's Shangaan. You hear those toms, then you know, this is Shangaan music.
Shangaans don't typically love Joburg. They work in Joburg, but their heart is in Limpopo. People want to go back to the country and to their families. Limpopo is rural. It's hot, very hot and vibey. Shangaan music is about love. It's about a wife and a husband. We are family-oriented musicians.
Now Shangaan music is both, rural and urban. We jumped the boundaries by changing that bass into playing with the marimba, that's when we touched the nerves, and now it's all over.
(To Wills Glasspiegel, January 2010.) here
Friday, July 9, 2010
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Jus Like Music & Apple Juice Break present: Oscillations Part 1 | Jus Like Music & Apple Juice Break present: Oscillations Part 2