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After globetrotting on a sonic journey, Lisbon based dj/producer, Enchufada label boss, Red Bull Music Academy alumni and Buraka Som Sistema co-founder Branko is now ready to unleash his debut solo album “Atlas” which will be released on September 4th.

A taste of the album comes in the form of new track “Let Me Go” on which he collaborates with South African singer Nonku Phiri and Los Angeles producer Mr. Carmack for a lush sounding zouk bass meets r’n’b jam.


Lisbon producer and Buraka Som Sistema member Branko celebrates 20 000 Facebook likes with a remix of the track “Serbia” from London based artist TĀLĀ, adding some tropical flavored drums, horns etc. in order for this to become a smashing end of summer tune.


Lisbon based globe-trotting production wizard and one of the founding members of Buraka Som Sistema – Branko – returns after a very successful and hectic 2013 with the announcement of the upcoming “Control” EP (drops April 7th).

The title track features the unique and energetic vocals of Yadi and Estonian based producer Bert on Beats, and it’s an Arabian-inspired powerful club anthem with a bassline that twists alongside a hypnotic melody.

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London vocalist Yadi released her new glimmering pop single “Creatures” on August 22nd through Seven Brother Records, the track was co-written with L.A producer Ariel Rechtshaid (HAIM, Major Lazer, Usher) and produced by Ariel along with London based Swedish producer Johan Hugo (known for his work with The Very Best, M.I.A, Dan Croll).

Branko (of Buraka Som Sistema) and fellow Portuguese producer King Kong remixes the track into a galloping tropical bass smasher that manages to keep the pop sensibility of the original.


Just in time for the weekend, Lisbon based super producer/dj Branko hands out his ghetto house/bass twist of the massive Disclosure track “When A Fire Starts To Burn”.

“It was already big and amazing, but i had to adapt it a little to make it fit into my sets and might make sense for yours as well.. so, I had to spread it… Festival ready and loud…”