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The remix EP for the Daniel Haaksman single “Sabado” drops tomorrow June 2nd, the original version of the track is a laid back, Paul Simon influenced summer afrohouse/pop jam.

The premiere of this remix from Aero Manyelo – who happens to one of the newer sensations from the ever burgeoning South African kwaito scene – adds a mean synthline and some club ready drums making this into a SA house smasher.

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Berliner Daniel Haaksman updates a great Brazilian carimbó (a hybrid of carimba, forró merengue, calypso, cumbia and pop music formed in the late 70’s) anthem known as “Vamos Farrear” originally performed by artist Pinduca.

“Vamos Farrear” (basically translates to “Let´s roam”) and the track is essentially an ode to the joy of drinking cachaça – this Daniel Haaksman edit is a club friendly, shuffling beat based smasher.

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Berlin based producer/dj and founder of go-to tropical bass label Man RecordingsDaniel Haaksamn – teams up with Angolan singer Coréon Dú for his new summer anthemlike single “Lemba” that sounds like Berlin minimal goes afro house and the track has already seen support from the likes of Laurent Garnier, Riva Starr, Sinden, Roundtable Knights, Oliver $, Foamo, Schlachthofbronx, Nickodemus and many others.

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Tonight marks the 1 year anniversary for the premier tropical bass club night in Malmö (nominated by Nöjesguiden for club of the year in 2012), Be Right Bass does their thing at Babel and have steadily been growing since the start. During the past year they’ve attracted acts such as Gnucci, Mash Up International, Linkoban, Spoek Mathambo, Jubilee, Daniel Haaksman, Lilla Namo, Gato Preto etc.

Tonight they’ll be throwing down one epic party with German marauders So Shifty, fabulous Stockholm trio Panik Disco, one of the best dj’s in Malmö Rob Love along with resident dj’s Maja Goffe & Beatable.

Panik Disco are the masterminds behind Klubb Ouch! at Södra Teatern in Stockholm which shares the same style as Be Right Bass but they’ve also starting working alot with mixes, on their own productions and have some very interesting projects coming up with various exciting artists.

Their mix “We Make Tropical Bass Our Bitch” features exclusive shout outs from a whole slew of artists such as Linkoban, Catnapp, Compadre, Elliphant etc. and showcases their partystarting style:

BONUS: A free download from So Shifty, taken from their participation on the “Fresh Meat” release on T&A:

Tracklist for the mix after the jump.

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