tiistai 6. marraskuuta 2012

Sat.24.11.Club Balkan Fever present: BALTIK BASS Vol.2 Album Release Party

Guests : DJ EMIL & SVENGALI (Baltik Bass/Boomshaklaka)


Balkan Fever Residents:


and VLADIMIR KEKEZ (Serbia ) on Percussions


Place : Le Bonk Yjrönkatu 24 ,Helsinki

Tickets: 10€ from Tiketti.fi

Ikäraja Ennakkolipulla K-20, ovelta K-24

Agelimit is 24 but with a presale Ticket only 20 years
YOU can pass the Queue with a pre sale Ticket. Be Smart Be Fast !

Boom Shakalaka Presents: Baltik Bass vol. 2 Available digitally 23 November 2012 on Maasto Records
In 2010, Helsinki/Finland based DJ collective Boom Shakalaka presented the world with a new genre of electronic folk music called Baltik Bass. By 2011 they had created enough of the new sound to put together a compilation (Boom Shakalaka Presents: Baltik Bass vol. 1), which was well received both among clubbers and folk music enthusiasts.
After the success of the first compilation, the Boom Shakalaka DJs are proud to present a long awaited sequel, and a new batch of electro-folk based on musical traditions from Northern Europe and the Baltic sea region.
The second compilation takes the signature sound a step further. Whereas the first volume was almost exclusively based on traditional "pelimanni music", volume 2 includes also collaborations with more contemporary folk music orchestras, such as folk punk group Tundramatiks and Jaakko Laitinen & Väärä Raha, who in their music blend Finnish adult folk pop with gypsy traditions from the Balkans. The sound is overall more electronic, which was a conscious decision and natural progression for the music according to DJs Emil and Hermanni, who are mostly responsible for the production on the compilation.
Apart from the bands mentioned above, the compilation features a wide variety of folk musicians - ranging from Swedish folk music superstars Hedningarna and Finnish accordion champions Antti Paalanen and Markku Lepistö to Finland Swedish folk group Sammuls and childrenʼs music band Fröbelin Palikat.
Boom Shakalaka DJs, who in their hometown are known as world club music specialists, have a long experience of rocking crowds of all sort. Apart from hosting a world music radio show on the popular urban radio station Basso radio, they regularly play global bass music in clubs and festivals around Finland and abroad.

http://www.maasto.com/ - http://soundcloud.com/maasto - http://www.boomshakalaka.fi/ http://www.mixcloud.com/boomshakalaka/ - http://boomshakalaka.basso.fi

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