Just in time for the world cup, Grooveland Music unleashes it's new project, uniting the musical influences of Africa and Brazil into one single EP.
The "coaches" @ Grooveland Music did an amazing job selecting only the best "players" for this project. The lineup kicks off with Yotam Avni's See Mi Dub, a deep and rumbling afro-fueled track that has been a favourite from the likes of Jojo Flores and Tony Humphries for quite some time.
Playing a bit more dark and techy, Azee Project's Quero Falar (featuring Selma do Coco on vocals) is sure to put fire on the the "pitches" all over the world. Rounding the "defense", Trancemicsoul's Simmons to Sync comes correct with it's percussive beats, catchy synths and haunting bells.
In the "middlefield", responsible for the trasitions moves, DJ Rico's Musica (Brazil Groove) draws from Brazil typical style of "play" (latin-esque grooves, smooth portuguese vocals) and adds some nice twists to the team "gameplay" with the help of DJ DD's Angola and it's wonderful keys.
Completing the lineup, in a solo effort in the attacking zone, is Haldo's Latin Dream (Samba Mix), a dreamy club track featuring typical samba instruments like whistle, cuica, pandeiro, reco-reco and agogo, ready to receive the "ball" and let it rest under the opositions net.
released July 20, 2010
Various Artists – Afrobrazil EP – Grooveland Music – GM022
Publishing: JAMLURE International (BMI)
Copyright: 2010 Grooveland Music