Ok another Festival post to help to wet your appetite for the big event. To find out more about the Incubate Festival ( and pls don’t forget Generation Bass is only a small part of it), tickets and other info, head over to the main festival site INCUBATE 2010.
You can also download the FULL GUIDE HERE.
Today it’ s all about 2 big figureheads in their respective scenes!
Sabbo is a producer and DJ from Tel Aviv, Israel. Homie don’t play no trance though… It’s all dancehall and hiphop and global beats. Sabbo hit the charts a couple of times at home.
He’s a very diverse producer and is part of the SOULICO crew and also does stuff with Kuti.
However, his first and main love is dancehall and that’s what mainly does under his own name. He is not limited to Dancehall though as you will hear from the tracks below, he can turn his magic hand to Moombahton and Dubstep too, to devastating effect!
Sabbo was also recruited, by none other than Diplo himself, to blog at the Mad Decent site after Diplo heard him DJ in a club in Israel.
Here’s some links:
Here’s some sounds – streams/downloads:
Few individuals in the Dance Underground can claim to have done as much for the exchange of musical ideas across the globe as DJ, producer, remixer and label owner Daniel Haaksman.
His involvement in remixing duo Haaksman & Haaksman (alongside his brother Felix) and compilations for Best Seven and Sonar Kollektiv put his name on the map, and after running Essay Recordings from 1997 to 2004 he started his own imprint Man Recordings in 2005. The label has since become the most prominent outlet for Brazilian baile funk in Europe. Man Recordings established artist collaborations between Brasil and Europe with names such as Crookers, Feadz, Jesse Rose, Edu K amongst others, and became also the platform for Haaksmans own productions and releases such as the “Who´s Afraid Of Rio” EP and the “Gostoso” EP and their remix edititions. As a DJ, Daniel Haaksman has played around the globe, and is loved for a club ready eclectic mix of baile funk, house, uk funky, electro, kuduro, dancehall or whatever.
Soak up some of his sounds here: