The mighty duo Dinamarca and Ghazal have launched their own label Staycore, the inaugural release will be the Dinamarca EP “No Hay Break” which drops December 2nd and in order to kick things off correct they’re throwing an unmissable launch party in Stockholm tomorrow November 2nd with performances from Jammer, J-Cush and KABLAM.
They also provide us a booming and funfilled mixtape of exclusive tracks from their friends across the globe, upcoming Dinamarca material, Soundcloud favorites etc.
Future Brown is a collective that consists of four of the most forward thinking club music producers, namely: Fatima Al Qadiri, Asma Maroof and Daniel Pineda (AKA Nguzunguzu) and J-Cush (Lit City Trax) that create a unique and globally shaped sound spanning a varied mix of musical genres. Their track “Wanna Party” was released last year and immediatley made waves across the internet, fast forward to the late summer of 2014 and they’ve signed to Warp Records for the release of single “Wanna Party/World’s Mine”.
They announce the news with the help of this remix of “Wanna Party” that features New Orleans rapper 3D Na’Tee who adds a couple of verses to this hi-hat and desolate sounding bell laced track that deals with how to spend your night out: “Don’t you wanna party, put some liquor in your body, fuck this club, let’s get drunk, why you talking to me?”
The production trio consisting of Fatima Al Qadiri, Nguzunguzu and J-Cush AKA Future Brown are currently prepping a debut LP that will be released in 2014. Their new track “World’s Mine” is a hypnotic synthbased tribute to the grime music we all love, on the track we hear London based MC’s Prince Rapid, Dirty Danger and Roachee spit frantic bars.
“Wanna Party” is the first single from the Future Brown project which consists of some of the most interesting producers/dj’s to emerge from the US as of late – Fatima Al Qadiri, Nguzunguzu along with J-Cush of Lit City Trax.
“Wanna Party” happens to be one of the best tracks we’ve heard in a minute, straight up fire. A collaboration with Jersey vogue/ballroom champ MikeQ and on it the quartet take on a clattering bass and an atmospheric vibe underlined by a synthline that soars through the background, Chicago rapper Tink gets in and basically raps about a night out and getting fucked up.