The new episode of Man FM sports one of Italy’s most promising players in the game of “slow & low”: The Clerk. Ever since his hit “Supercalifrigida”, the young producer turns heads with his seductive productions. His skilful reductions of trap, ambient and world music to minimal post-genre bass music are as avant-gardistic as they are fun – a rare combination.
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Man FM returns after a longer break to celebrate the release of the Pak Man EP, the unique collaboration of Mixpak and Man Recordings. Mixpak head Dre Skull tells more about the release and how it was created. Swiss producer and DJ Wildlife!, who has a history with both Man and Pak, plays an excusive guest mix loaded with bootlegs and remixes from both labels. And hosts Hat+Hoodie open the show with a fine selection of tropical bass from the Man Rec universe.
In the latest epsiode of Man FM bad ass percussion youngsters Banda Westfalica talk about the release of their Versions Remix EP, which is fresh out on Man Recordings. Banda head Poncho Gonzalez plays a wild tropical bass guest mix with unreleased exclusive tracks and hosts Hat+Hoodie spin some rasterinha and booty bass to warm up.
Man FM kicks off 2014 with an exclusive guest mix by Copenhagen’s tropical vikings Copia Doble Systema. The artist collective around DJs/producers Copyflex and Julius Sylvest recently teamed up with Italian ghetto bass sensation Milangeles for the title track of their Passionata EP on Man Recordings.
Estonian bass heavyweight Bert On Beats talks about his new EP Pa Pa Pa featuring Baile Funk goddess Deize Tigrona, explains how the Soviet empire made him love Caribbean music and reveals some surprising plans for the new year.
And as usual, Man FM host Alex from Hat+Hoodie opens the show with a fine selection of the latest in tropical bass. Turn on, tune in and Pa Pa Pa!
In the latest edition of Man FM, Daniel Haaksman talks about his new EP Toma Que Toma, his photobook on Iggy Pop and unveils some of the plans for 2014. For his mix, the Man Rec owner digs deep in the crates to present and comment his personal selection of the ten most inspiring bass music tracks.
Turn up your woofer, lay back and enjoy a ride through three decades of subsonic history with Daniel Haaksman!
Daniel Haaksman’s 10 Most Inspiring Bass Music Tracks:
1. Mantronix “Bassline”
2. LL Cool J “I´m Going Back To Cali”
3. Public Enemy “Bring The Noise”
4. Ragga Twins “18” Speaker”
5. UK Apache & Shy FX – Original Nuttah”
6. Sly & Robbie “Stripped Down To The Bone”
7. Mr.Oizo “Flat Beat”
8. DJ Zinc “138 Trek”
9. Hardhouse Banton “Sirens”
10. Tropkillaz “Falador Passa Mal”