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Jacasseries Podcast #100 Once upon a time in Paris, a crew called Jacasseries...
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September 12, 2011 01:41 PM PDT
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Hi my friends !

This week all the Jacasseries crew is happy to share with you this 100th radio mix, great memories and hot times from the beginning of our story with you, thank you all for listening to Jacasseries !!

Peace
the Jacasseurs

Jacasseries #96 - Cumbia and Tropical bass baby
Clean
August 13, 2011 05:44 AM PDT
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Hi my friends!

This week I've got some cumbia and tropical bass grooves for you.

You can find my mixtapes here.

Peace

Pedrolito

WE CHANGED OUR WEB PAGE! FOUND US @ http://jacasseriesrg.blogspot.com/
Clean
June 06, 2011 09:08 AM PDT

WE CHANGED OUR WEB PAGE! FOUND US @ http://jacasseriesrg.blogspot.com/

Lone interview for Jacasseries
Clean
May 04, 2011 12:03 AM PDT
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Hello people !

We're really pleased to drop this interview of LONE, dj/producer from Manchester! He's one the most innovating artists from the UK electronic music scene thesedays !

enjoy !

Copia Doble Systema interview for Jacasseries
Clean
May 02, 2011 06:11 AM PDT
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Hi friends!
 
This week we are very happy to share with you the interview of Dj Copyflex and Pepita from the Danish collective Copia Doble Systema, pionners of digital cumbia in Northern Europe. Frufru y Volantes met them in Spain during the Tropikill Tour a couple of month ago. They describe the creation of the collective, their relation to music, especially cumbia and electro sounds, and their new projects!
 
Here is the mixtape, Copyflex recorded for Club Popozuda:
 
 
So many thanks to Pepita and Copyflex!
 
Enjoy !
 
Peace
 
The Jacasseurs
 
Caballito Mixtape Grita y Bigote para Jacasseries & Caballito interview
Clean
April 11, 2011 07:32 AM PDT
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Hi friends!
Our super Jacasseuse Thild who was living in Murcia, Spain, connected with the amazing duet of tropical bass producers Caballito in Granada, Spain. So we have for you a crazy mixtape and an interview (in spanish)!
Thanks masters Caballitos and bigup Thild!
PS: mixtape playlist in comment
Here comes the interview:
 
¡Radio Global en Granada!
 
Entrevista con Caballito
 
Nos podrías contar quienes son Caballito. Un “Cuéntame cómo paso” entre Bigote y Grita…
Grita y Bigote se conocieron 12 años atrás en el Ganja un local mitico de la Zona Sur de Madrid, la música pop nos unió. Después en el 2010 viviendo los dos en Granada empezamos a planear algo, al principio de broma, pero ya vemos que la cosa va en serio.
 
¿De dónde viene el nombre? ¿Del barrio en Buenos Aires?
El nombre no viene de ningún lado, queríamos algo que no tuviera que ver con lo que hacíamos y así surgió Caballito despues de descartar nombres como Papaya Tronica, Tropical Selektah, Tropicon…y mierdas por el estilo(risas...)
 
¿Puedes definirnos el graveton y moombathon?
El moombahton  es una especie de house rebajado, glichts y pitiditos. El graveton realmente es muy difícil de explicar ya que es la mezcla de todas nuestras influencias, podríamos decir que une estilos como cumbia, reggaeton, dub, dubstep, rap…y que también nos lo inventamos una tarde haciendo cumbias falsas.
 
¿Dónde nació este enganche por la cumbia y los sonidos de ultramar?
Laura se te ve la tanga de Damas Gratis fue la culpable de engancharnos, después de eso no pasa un día sin que suene la cumbia en nuestro equipo!
 
¿Cuáles son vuestros últimos descubrimientos musicales y que os gustaría compartir con Jacasseries?
Pues varias cosas nos han llamado la atención últimamente. Den5hion un chaval mexicano que no para de publicar buenos temas de cumbiastep. También nos impresiono mucho una mixtape de Munchi de merengue y mambo callejero. Muy recomendable y no apto para personas con problemas de corazón. Los Zonora Point también nos flipan!!!!! Basketball, unos chicos de Vancouver que hacen musica muy loca y por supuesto Totó!
 
Nos encanta vuestro estilo visual, está totalmente loco!  ¿De dónde sacáis tanta creatividad?
La verdad que siempre hemos hecho arte de una manera u otra. Aunque también nos aprovechamos mucho del trabajo de otros….(risas) ya que casi todos los artworks son imágenes buscadas de la web, pero cuidadosamente seleccionadas, eso sí.
 
En el blog, se habla de pseudonetlabel. ¿Crees que se tendría que desarrollar una vía más tradicional de difusión del estilo? ¿Cual es la filosofía que acompaña esta música?
Lo de pseudonetlabel nos lo inventamos también, como el graveton, y lo pusimos de excusa para sacar CBLLT001 El Graveton, ya que no somos un Net Label ni pretendíamos serlo, aunque ya tenemos 2 referencias en camino y muchas que tenemos en mente. El próximo release y segundo de nuestro pseuonetlabel será de vuestro paisano Mosca Verde y estamos muy contento de ello.  El tercero ya se esta gestando en algun lugar de Mexicali y no decimos más....
 
¿Cómo y dónde se desarrolla la escena cumbia digital/ tropical bass en España?
Pues no va mal la cosa, parece que empieza a ver más movimiento en torno al Global y Tropical Bass. Lo que si faltan son salas y promotores, hasta ahora son los djs los que tienen que buscar las sesiones. En Barcelona hay colectivos que hacen fiestas, en Madrid algo va sonando, en Zaragoza y Valencia también hay gente haciendo ruido y aquí en Granada va con buen ritmo, ¿entiendes?….al final somos 15 o 20 personas los que movemos estos ritmos.
 
¿Para Caballito, cuál es el futuro de esta fusión de sonidos? ¿Much more dirty sounds?!!
Estos sonidos no tienen fin, no paran de salir nuevas fusiones, nuevos ritmos… no paran de mutar, creo que esto tiene un futuro impredecible, y con las ganas que le estamos poniendo la comunidad cumbianchera parece que esto va para largo, solo esperemos que no se convierta en mierda de mainstream!!!!! Keep it underground!
 
Vais a tocar con el colectivo Folclore en Barcelona. ¿Tenéis previsto ir más allá de los Pirineos?
Si y con los chicos de La Suacateca(ahora mismo vamos en el avión de camino). De momento no tenemos nada cerrado por esas tierras, aunque ganas no nos faltan de salir de España.
 
Os llamáis especializados en movimiento de cadera (y por lo que he visto, es verdad!) ¿Una última danza vuestra para Jacasseries de Radio Global, cual sería?
Nosotros no bailamos mucho, casi siempre reimos y fumamos... pero un baile que nos gusta mucho y que a veces practicamos a escondidas con nuestro amigo Ion Din Anina, es el baile del choque!!
Don't miss anything about Caballito:
http://soundcloud.com/ahorasuenaelcaballito
http://soundcloud.com/caballitomixtapes  
http://soundcloud.com/bigote_caballito
http://soundcloud.com/djgrita
MUEVELO @ la Lucha Libre le 12 mars! Cumbia / Kuduro / Reggaeton / Coupé décalé / Baile Funk
Clean
February 22, 2011 02:00 AM PST
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Joy Orbison for Jacasseries/Radioglobal
Clean
February 13, 2011 06:24 AM PST
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« I don't play dubstep, I don't play funky, or house really, I kinda play in the middle of it »

A couple of month ago I was in Lyon, where the people from the music festival 'Les Nuits Sonores' were doing their 87th off-festival party entitled Les Echos Sonores, featuring Joy Orbison and Jackson and His Computer Band. Both of them were djing on that night on a pretty boat called La Plateforme.
In the evening I met up with Peter (Joy Orbison) for a quick aperitif at Vox Bar, with Pierre-Marie (from Nuits Sonores) and two guys from the local Airflex label, supporting Peter on that night. We had a chat about his music and what he's into thesedays. The interview was led for the weekly podcast Jacasseries.
Since his early years (and he's still pretty young!), Peter has been doing a lot of djing, mainly in his room in London, spinning drum and bass, house, garage, basically a lot of UK dancefloor music... and even Hip Hop stuff. Then in 2009 he released his first EP called Hyph Mngo on the london-based Hotflush label, which almost instantly became a huge dancefloor hit in the UK, but also everywhere in European clubs.
That incredible anthem made of catchy female voice samples and aerial synths layers, was shortly followed by two more records and a few remixes released on Aus Music,Domino, and his own label Doldrums. When the interview took place he was just about to release his BB / Ladywell EP, still on Doldrums.
Also, he says « There should also be some other bits coming out early next year », which will include some collaborations that he wants to keep secret for a while.
« Now the hardest thing is finding the time to actually write »

Following this massive success and all the touring thing that happened since, he acknowledges: « Now the hardest thing is finding the time to actually write. After my last EP on Aus, its been quite a while since I've actually produced music. It's just really hard to find time, because you're always travelling and touring, and stuff like that... You have to promote yourself and promote your music […] but at the same time it's very hard to be actually productive and get some music out of it. Although I'm not as busy as some other people who dj and work a lot more than I do. »
However he still thinks that he has managed to work better these days, especially with this new EP about to be released. Moreover his crates are full of records he hasn't listened to yet (which basically means a lot of inspiration for future projects). He built up his sound bank grabbing records while touring in the UK and continental Europe, especially in Berlin, his first international date : « I've done a tour in Germany, crossing Berlin, Leipzig and Hamburg. Berlin is one of my favourite places. When I go there i just go to Hardwax, buy some records and listen to some really good stuff, which has a really big influence on me. Last time I got back from there, I started writing some music and it really was inspired by the sound from there. »
On top of that Peter seems to be keeping good relationships with people from the scene, especially when I mention the Hotflush Label : « I'm really good friend with Mount Kimbie and I also spend a lot of time with James Blake. We live quite close to each other. I might do another record for Hotflush in the future as well. »

« I never released on Numbers but I almost did very early on » 

As a big supporter of theNumbers Label/promoter from Glasgow, I couldn't help but asking what was his feeling about it, and got quite surprised when he replied : « I never released on Numbers but I almost did very early on [...] Jack (Jackmaster, one of the Numbers Djs) is a good friend of mine. We spent quite a lot of time playing together, we sometimes do back to back DJing. When I play shows in London he comes quite often, and when I go to Glasgow I always play for Jack. I've done some Numbers parties there at Subclub, which is a wicked club ! »
To finish with I've asked Peter about what he was gonna play on that night. He insisted on that crossover thing : 

« What I play is house, but also it's a little bit more bass heavy, a little bit more low and drum and house, stuff like that  […] I don't only play dubstep, I don't play funky, or house really, I kinda play in the middle of it. »
Indeed, later on I was absolutely amazed in the club enjoying a big 2-hour long journey, starting with some early house, then progressively sliding to new UK dance music, including recent Julio Bashmore or Ramadanman tunes, and ending with a rough series old school rave and techno anthems !
Unfortunately a few weeks later, his show in paris got cancelled because of the bloody Eurostar stuck in the UK due to bad weather conditions. Well, I guess we'll have to wait till the next date...
JD
(and very special thanks to Pierre-Marie, from les Nuits Sonores, for making this possible!)

 

DISCODEINE in interview for Jacasseries (Radio Global)
Clean
February 02, 2011 05:26 AM PST
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Hi friends!

Here is the interview of DISCODEINE (Pilooski and Pentile).

We had a nice conversation in French with Pilooski that you can listen by playing the media and we made the Spanish traduction that you can find here in comment of this post.

Hope you enjoy it!

Peace

The Jacasseurs

Guarachero flavour : a fresh and free Javier Estrada's EP
Clean
January 09, 2011 12:30 PM PST
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You should have heard in the last weeks of 2010 about these prehispanic electro producers in Monterrey. 

The young and talentuous founder of the Nortribal collective Dj Javier Estrada just released a free ep you can grab here !

This guarachero music vibe is a return to pre-colonialist sounds, to both Aztec and native american indian influences. Panflutes, tribal percussions and a brillant electronic production and instantly you feel like in an open air party dancing with Aztec dudes. It has an amazing power to suggest you this prehispanic imagery, standing in our collective unconscious.

Stay connected on his soundcloud, where he releases a bunch of great tracks like these very often: Demo - Dj Javier Estrada - Wolf Dance by djjavierestrada

Dj Javier Estrada - Acordeon Prehispanico 320kbps by djjavierestrada

Javier just signed on Generation Bass label and will release an ep soon. Don't miss it! 

Exploring his work you'll realize that this kid got a great culture. Both electronic music and nu-floklore global influences are part of it: dubstep, transe, kuduro, cumbia...I really trust in his very imaginative mind!

Javier and his mates should surprise us in the upcoming months. 

In Paris we love to play it and share it ! 

Free EP DL link here

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