UPDATED: 3.10.12

Looky here what’s happening in this scene at the minute!!!

Apparently, it’s a genre that’s been developing in the Venezuelan slums since early 2000’s and many Venezuelans are calling it Venezuela’s first Electronic Dance genre born from the slums!

Previously I said it would be interesting to find out a lot more about the background to how all of this started out and that we’d find out when the full video is released this month for free.

The video is here now but it’s in Spanish lolololol but you can turn on the English subtitles!

Here’s what the video-makers say:

Creative agency MOSTRO CONTENIDOS in alliance with audiovisual collective ABSTRACTOR and animation studio DESIGN OR DIE present WHO WANTS TUKI? a short documentary about an electronic sound born in the slums of the city of Caracas, Venezuela.

To get an idea of the reach of this music phenomenon, one just has to go to Youtube and count the amount of views that related videos have today, adding up to millions.

The documentary portrays two of the most important producers of a movement born in the early 2000, as well as the testimonies of some of its signatures dancers. In addition, it shows the initiative of ABSTRACTOR collective to rescue and export the authenticity of a catchy rhythm that begins to count amongst its followers important producers and artist of the international electronic scene.

Soundtrack from the short documentary.

Compiled and Mixed by Pocz & Pacheko.


WHO WANTS TUKI? Is a comprehensive documentary which tells the fascinating story of an underground venezuelan dance music scene known as Changa Tuki.

Official Websites:

Directed & Produced by:
Mostro Contenidos: http://mostrocontenidos.com/
Abstractor: www.abstractor.net (@_abstractor )
Design Or Die: www.designordie.tv (@designordie)

© Esta obra ha sido lanzada bajo Creative Commons y la mayoría de Los Derechos están Reservados. Prohibido el uso comercial de este disco en cualquier medio sin previa autorización de los artistas. Caracas, Venezuela. Septiembre 2012.

© This Soundtrack is Released Under Creative Commons. Most Rights Reserved. Commercial use of any of the Works presente don this recording is prohibited.
Caracas, Venezuela. September 2012.

– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Próximos Lanzamientos / Forthcoming Releases:

– Pocz & Pacheko: Changa Letal (Enchufada 2012)
+ Info: www.enchufada.com

– Jess & Crabbe present: Changa Tuki Classics (Mental Groove 2012)

Leave a Reply