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Man Recordings founder and Berlin based dj/producer Daniel Haaksman just dropped his new album “African Fabrics”, the album explores a multiple of genres from the emerging urban African dance music sounds that are all becoming increasingly popular all over the globe. This is an album that’s filled with fantastic rhythms and beats, if you’re sitting still after the first track then that’s your loss. Guest appearances comes from among others from South African rapper Spoek Mathambo, kuduro inventor Tony Amado, Colombian guitarist Bulldozer, Portuguese punk kuduro trio Throes + The Shine and Ugandan singer Tshila.

Branko’s solo debut album “ATLAS” dropped in September 2015 and has now been expanded with a new edition adding exclusive remixes of the original songs, new artwork, bonus tracks, a sample pack and much more. “ATLAS Expanded” dropped yesterday on Bittorrent Bundle.

Branko hooked up with some of his favorite producers from all across the global club music scene to rework the music from his album, including Enchufada regulars like Dotorado Pro, Rastronaut and Ckrono & Slesh, but also NAAFI’s Lao, South Africa’s Jumping Back Slash and many more who transforms the songs into new and unexpected directions all while keeping the dancefloor in check.

This remix from Belgian producer Max Le Daron of the track “out Of Sight” offers a late night tropical house sound with subdued vibes

Last year, the Baltimore duo Normaling (.rar Kelly and DJ Lemz) released the booming and dancefloor destroying track “Low Drop” last year via Space Is The Place Records and it immediately picked up plays from the likes of Teki Latex, Spank Rock, Branko, Lewis Cancut etc.

Now, about a year later we get the remix EP for the single and we here at Discobelle can premiere a remix from two of NYC’s tropical bass heavyweights – namely Banginclude & Comrade who drops a Caribbean kind of feel with fancy flutework and a bootyshaking beat.

After travelling to Lisbon, New York, São Paulo, Cape Town, and Amsterdam, and working with 20+ collaborators including Mr.Carmack, DJ Sliink, Princess Nokia, Capadose, and more, co-founder of legendary global bass music phenomena Buraka Som Sistema – Branko – has made his solo debut with the fantastic fulllength album “Atlas”. Branko arrives at Output in New York on Wednesday September 30th for a special label night, Enchufada x Que Bajo?!, with Dengue Dengue Dengue, Geko Jones, and Uproot Andy.

One lucky winner will receive two tickets for the event, just answer this simple question and you’ll be in the draw: What’s the name of the video series that Branko did together with Red Bull for the release of the album? Send your answers to: holla@discobelle.net before 1PM CET on September 30th.