November 22nd sees the release of Swiss producer Wildlife!â€™s new EP “Buckup” which is an amazing EP filled with his bassfilled take on Jamaican dance music. Don’t sleep on it, amazing tracks on here that should work their ways into plenty of dj sets. It comes with vocal contributions from legends such as: Sammy Dread, Major Mackerel and Terry Lynn. Remixes on the EP come courtesy of Night Slugs wildman L-Vis 1990, whiz Parisian producer French Fries, Berlin techno fiend Adam Port and French/Argentinian tropical cumbia hero Douster. We here at Discobelle got the Douster remix for you, which sounds like Jamaican dancehall meeting up with a cumbia shuffle on speed at a carnival.
BONUS: The track “Nocturnal World” with Terry Lynn.
(Via Top Billin)
This has been sitting in our mailbox for a couple of days, but I finally got around to listen to it now. Terry Lynn on a beat produced by Johan from Radioclit and guess what, he samples an old Dr. Alban tune. So corny it actually gets good.
This track will be on the Red Stripe commissioned album “It Was Written” that will hit the internet on Monday.
Terry Lynn & Johan Hugo – Jamaican Girls (direct link)
This wasn’t what I expected from WILDLIFE! but after working with production for Terry Lynn’s debut album “Kingstonlogic 2.0” and his remixes for Radioclit and Ghislain Poirier, WILDLIFE! choose to remix the French-Finnish pop duo The DÃ¸.
You can catch Terry Lynn & WILDLIFE! on tour in Germany, Switzerland, Austria and the UK (check out their MySpace for dates). Make sure to join WILDLIFE! on Facebook for the latest news, free downloads etc.