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Let’s Get Tropical: This Week In Jungle Terror

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The New Jungle Terror Is Deep And Dirty.

In increasing frequency, Jungle Terror is front and centre when heads get together and talk about emerging genres, and today’s edition of Let’s Get Tropical is no exception.  I’ve hand chosen 5 of the best tunes released this week to make you move your feet, so read on, and get your fix.

I don’t think you’re ready for that fourth and fifth song down yet, so ima start you in Dubai.

Then you gotta make it past this swamp monster of a track…You can’t even get into a conversation about Jungle Terror without this guy’s name coming up.

And to Jamaica, for a re-Work…See what I did there?

The next selection sums it up nicely at 3 minutes in.  Check out the way they flip that vocal sample!

With a side of hard and dirty.

Stay tuned for next week’s edition!  Big things are coming: including an interview with El Cuco Recordings’ own Mendez!

anything goes to misterluke@arntrela.com

Let’s Get Tropical: Overdue Edition.

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Sometimes, You Just Have To Go Out And Live.  Then There Are Those Times When All You Do Is Sit And Feel.  This Is One.

It’s been a crazy month for this writer, working 7 day weeks, and overtime daily.  Don’t worry, though!  We’ve got you covered for Tropical Bass vibes, still.  So.  Now that I’ve cleared the air, Let’s Get Tropical.  This edition is waaaaay overdue, so…How about 17 fresh tracks to make you twist yuh back?!  One from the Man they call StepOne, and 16 badass remixes from our homies Bacondo!  GET SOME.

Something something….LASERS.  PEW PEW!!!  This song is pure jokes, and even contains donald duck samples.  BUT I CAN’T STOP LISTENING!!!

What can I say about this next blast other than it’s fucking amazing.  16 big tunes dropping on your head, everything tropical.

New Techno From Blatta & Inesha

BlattaIf you like techno, then you will love these two gems from the, Italy based, producer-duo Blatta & Inesha. Back when I first got into electronic music (note I did not call it “EDM”), these two were one of the first artists that I got into. When they remixed Kick-Oh’s track “Stompin,” back in circa 2008-ish, they brought the roughneck bass long before Skrillex was even a thought.  Here are two new tracks from the duo, “Low Don’t Cost a Thing” & “Ill Buy That for a $.”  judging by the length of them, I am guessing that these are just clips of what’s to come.  Either way, it’s something good to jam out to!  If you are a fan of EDM, but are relatively new to the scene, this will kind of be like a history lesson for you. These are part of the roots of EDM.  Enjoy some delicious techno on your Thursday!