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Saturday the 2nd of November sees a super-charged night of music at The Shadow Electric with freakadelic Bollywood goodness from The Bombay Royale, hot salsa and Latin funk from San Lazaro and a selection of rarities, versions and remixes from the funk and soul closet with Karate Boogaloo – The Cactus Channel rhythm section and their guests. It’s all in aid of launching HopeStreet’s Tropical Brunswick Mixtape, mixed by DJ Jumps.
What does Tropical Brunswick sound like? Don’t wait for global warming to find out. Unreleased gold from HopeStreet Recordings’ 2014 release schedule and hits and obscurities from the back catalog rub shoulders in the mix under the deft hands of DJ Jumps. Latin and afro bump up against funk, soul and spaghetti cinematica. It’s that hot analog sound you love, but you can get it on the interweb! The first 50 through the door receive a Hopestreet showbag containing the mixtape by DJ Jumps on CD and a free 7″ vinyl from the catalog.
HopeStreet Recordings – we’re not revivalising, we’re revitalising.
Tropical Brunswick features:
The Worm– The PutBacks (coming soon) – 00:00
Monkey Fight Snake – The Bombay Royale – 3:12
Shake – The Public Opinion Afro Orchestra – 5:14
Suicide – Zillanova Ft Cisco Tavares – 9:38
Jorge Buccio – The Cactus Channel – 13:20
What Goes Around – The Afrobiotics (coming soon) – 16:03
Derty D’s Thing – The Cactus Channel – 20:36
The Time It Takes – Zillanova Ft Jess Harlen – 23:49
The Dap – The Cactus Channel – 27:04
Spanish Harlem – The PutBacks Ft Nai Palm (coming soon) – 29:19
Dilo – San Lazaro (coming soon) – 32:30
X–Ray Bear – The Cactus Channel – 36:45
Set Me Free – The PutBacks – 40:27
Phone Baje Na – The Bombay Royale – 43:14
Wooden Boy (Part 1) – The Cactus Channel – 48:05
Thanks to Rex @ Blisterfinger for the superb artwork
Special thanks to Jumps – check his soundcloud page
One thought on “Tropical Brunswick Mixtape”
OKay that’s gotta be Nai Palm singing Spanish Harlem, but it says the Putbacks! I’d recognise that voice anywhere, so bloody great.