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Nicky Romero presents: Protocol Radio #523

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Check out the latest realesed episode of the weekly podcast of Nicky Romero – Protocl Radio. Enjoy the official download link and online stream: Tracklist and information about this podcast episode: ON-AIR This is #PRR523…

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#268 Deadbeats Radio with Zeds Dead | Nostalgix Guestmix

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Zeds Dead – the canadian sensation is here with their DeadBeats Radio (better killing than death but that’s just us). Unique mix of styles making them frequents guests on the main stage of many of…

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Resident Advisor Podcast : RA.844 Tribal Brothers

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RA.844 Tribal Brothers : eviewing their 2021 EP on Livity Sound, RA’s Henry Ivry said that the duo—along with collaborator DJ Polo—represented a “micro-history of jungle, garage, dubstep and, of course, their bread-and-butter, UK funky.” Now, you might not be familiar with them, but these two London producers, LR Groove and Razzler Man, have been doing their thing in the UK capital for nearly two decades, both together and apart. They reunited in 2018, inspired by the changing and cyclical tastes of UK dance music fans and, perhaps most importantly, the international rise of South African dance music and its interplay with other genres around the world.

The duo have now released two records for Livity Sound, which is among the biggest badges of honour you can get in this sector of electronic music. Effortlessly combining UK funky, dubstep and snatches of gqom and amapiano, the duo’s music feels organically adventurous, but hardly trendy—in fact, the space and reverb of their beats still sounds a lot like the music they were associated back in the ’00s, in the best way. Their RA Podcast is a journey into the musical borderlines they operate, made up mostly of their group tracks and solo, along with cuts from like-minded artists such as Scratcha DVA, KG and Karizma. It’s a whole lot of UK and a little bit South Africa, the sound of Black British dance music in flux and perpetual evolution.


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