A deeply meditative, deeply ritualist journey full of hypnotic percussions, ethereal singing, dreamy melodies and the sounds of the jungle.
What is Nu LatAm Sound? ZZK Records, the Argentinian label that coined this term, takes us to the Ecuadorian Amazonia to provide one possible answer. A 20-minute documentary about the sounds of the jungle, quichua chants, indigenous instruments, electronic grooves and how all of this comes together.
Djrum works his way through an intoxicating cocktail of genres and rhythm structures. Nineties rave vibes and happy sunshine melodies collide with heady Techno and Bass Music. Although performed with surgical precision, Djrum’s mixing still has the somewhat raw energy that is missing in the overly sleek transitions of many USB DJs.
Strictly quality stuff: Addision Groove delivers 36 minutes of uplifiting Footwork, Bass and Jungle goodness.
I wouldn’t describe myself as the greatest Drum’n’Bass enthusiast, as a matter of fact my knowledge about this genre is very limited. However, I really enjoy listening to it – especially while writing and being under the influence of a high dose of caffeine, and especially if it has a deep, spaced-out vibe. That said…