Written by generationbassPosted in UncategorizedTags: africa, angola, beats, dancehall, dub, electro, kubass, kuduro, kuduro bass, tropicalMarch 9, 20094 comments
Well, at least this great KUBASS/KUDURO BASS track does:
DJ TERRIVEL – KONGO
This other cut by DJ TERRIVEL sounds more like ‘normal’ kuduro, but again, slowed down to a crawl and heavy on the percussion..
DJ TERRIVEL – JUKULOMESU
What a strange blend again. Love Kuduro? Kuduro Ballads?
March 10, 2009
Hey – Who is DJ Terrivel? “Kongo” = great track!!!!
March 10, 2009
really cant find anything about the guy! I found him through the KUBASS blog, link is in the post I think?
July 7, 2009
My name is Toke.
I’m from Luanda and I’m webing the Kubass angolan site.
Ther’s one main reason why you can’t find anything about DJ Terr√≠vel. And that’s because we, here in Angola, do not have a recording industry!
No remastering equipement. Some studios to record, yes. Or even not that (in Kuduro matters), a PC with SoundForge, or old Fruitloops crap shit.
No pressing factorys, so, no contracts, no edit or publishing rights control.
So, CD-r rulles. Auto edition and distribution trhough Luanda’s streets are the dayly bread for Kuduro artists from Luanda.
Thanks for spreading the word,
I’m promissing to put out some more Kubass sounds.
July 8, 2009
hi toke! thanks so much for posting a reply! I have tried to email you a couple of times, hoping you would be interested in posting on this blog?
please email us if you have a chance?