The homie Garrett Welldone has been spending some time down in Brazil and the man has been putting in work. He just released a six track EP titled “Massage Parlour Music” on Rio based label Tudubom Records.
To say Dom Dias is one of the hardest working producers in Toronto is an understatement. In 2016 alone, we had the privilege of premiering and posting 10 of his projects, including some stellar originals, remixes, and EPs. On top of his musical output, Dom played some of the biggest electronic music shows in the city alongside heavyweights like Snakehips, Ookay, THUGLI, and more. 2016 has been a hell of a year for the kid, and he is closing it out by letting go of his (–/–/16) Throwaway EP. The release contains six previously unreleased original demos that Dom has been dropping throughout his sets, and vary from hiphop instrumentals to 128 BPM dancehall/baile funk-influenced electronic bangers. The best part about the drop is that it’s absolutely free. So, if you haven’t already become familiar with Dom Dias in 2016, now’s your chance to start 2017 off on the right foot. To Dom, we’d just like to say: may the new year bring you continued growth and success in both your musical and personal endeavours – we’ll be here to support as always! Stream below and get the free download via Dropbox.
Italian producer BVRGER releases a fresh new bit called “travelHer”, which takes inspiration from Sango and his love for Brazil’s baile funk scene. BVRGER does it a bit differently though, by keeping the “boom-chak-chakka-boom-chak-chaks” (lol) to a minimum, while staying true to his own stuttered bass sound. Stream the track below and get the free download here.
Back in February we posted one of the tracks off Dom Dias newest EP the “coolMINTep“, today I bring you the full release. The coolMINTep features three tracks which include a remix of the classic song from the 50’s “Earth Angel” and two original tracks “The Fall” & “Sorry Miss” . The Toronto producer is constantly finding new ways to change his production style but is always staying true to his sound. You know when a track is produced by Dom Dias. Check out the EP and enjoy.
We got a new track from the homie Dom Dias. With his production on “The Fall”Dom brings you to different parts of the world. Using elements from Baltimore Club & Brazil’s Baile Funk, he takes the genres and merges them seamlessly with his unique sound & style.