Da Rocinha, from Sango, delivers Brazil-gone-bass: “funk carioca” taken to the future. The unsubtly-titled “Tremendo o Bumbum” delivers throbbing low-end theory layered with chopped drums and vocals. “Não Solta Não” hints at what a South American slow-jam by M.I.A. or Santigold would sound like; “Passinho Kudoro” and “Todo o Mundo” are both uptempo bangers for a dirty basement party; “Fica Caladinha” is Portuguese dancehall, heavy and sticky in the ears. Great stuff on this well-produced and nicely-fused EP off of Soulection. FREE:
 <a href=”http://soulection.bandcamp.com/album/da-rocinha” data-mce-href=”http://soulection.bandcamp.com/album/da-rocinha”>Da Rocinha by Sango</a>
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Da Rocinha, from Sango, delivers Brazil-gone-bass: “funk carioca” taken to the future. The unsubtly-titled “Tremendo o Bumbum” delivers throbbing low-end theory layered with chopped drums and vocals. “Não Solta Não” hints at what a South American slow-jam by M.I.A. or Santigold would sound like; “Passinho Kudoro” and “Todo o Mundo” are both uptempo bangers for a dirty basement party; “Fica Caladinha” is Portuguese dancehall, heavy and sticky in the ears. Great stuff on this well-produced and nicely-fused EP off of Soulection. FREE:

 

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