Punku – Pukllay

“The splendor of ethnic motives, melodies and rhythms of Global Bass with interesting elements of the Trip-Hop genre and the atmosphere of something unusual and original. The variety of sound instruments and their synthesis are incredibly good!” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Великолепие этнических мотивов, мелодии и ритмов global bass с интересными элементами жанра trip-hop и атмосферой нечто необычного и оригинального. Разнообразие звуковых инструментов и их синтез — невероятно хороши!”



julianne – Ong Namo

“So only a professional in his field could fill the melodic canvas with a huge variety of sound elements. Such a large -scale work has been carried out on the track that it envelops you with ethnic vocals, amazing percussion and effects with effects. A rich track, for real connoisseurs of high -quality sound! (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Так наполнить мелодическое полотно огромным разнообразием звуковых элементов мог только профессионал своего дела. Над треком проведена настолько масштабная работа, что тебя окутывает со всех сторон этническим вокалом, потрясающей перкуссией и работой с эффектами. Богатый трек, для настоящих ценителей качественного звучания!”


The arrangement took about 7 hours for us to finish, Karissa laid the vocals in less than an hour, we edited for 3 hours, and sent it off to Sterling Sound for mastering. 3 days later, our track was back in our hands. I am honored and humbled to share this medicine with you on June 3rd.


Punku – Tutamanta (Bang Data Remix)

“Some crazy combination of various genre vocal parties, ranging from ethnic motifs and ending with recitative from HIP-Hop music. We advise you to do as louder as possible to feel all the power of the rhythm of Global Bass and Downtempo. Your ears will thank you! (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Какое-то сумасшедшее сочетание разно жанровых вокальных партий, начиная от этнических мотивов и заканчивая речитативом из Hip-Hop музыки. Советуем сделать как можно громче, чтобы ощутить всю мощь ритмов Global Bass и Downtempo. Ваши уши скажут вам спасибо!”


Six Degrees Records is proud to announce the second single from Punku, a new project created by Sylvia Falcón and Grimaldo del Solar (Novalima) that mixes Andean traditional music with ancestral instruments and modern genres including electronic music and rock. “Tutamanta” is the follow-up release to their debut single “Ancestral,” and further teases their upcoming album dropping in June. The single is out on May 10th and will later be followed by a remix from Bay Area duo Bang Data.

Sylvia explains the inspiration for the song, “‘Tutamanta’ means dawn or darkness in Quechua. The lyrics are a musical interpretation of a Quechua poem called ‘Pachapa Warmi Churin’ (Daughter of Time) by Nora Alarcón; an organic farmer, journalist, composer and dedicated to the defense of Andean intangible cultural heritage. The lyrics evokes the story of a woman that finds inspiration in nature (dawn/darkness) to create (in this case writing) and help her find inner peace.”

“Tutamanta” is different from anything either artist has created. The single isn’t exclusively what Sylvia or Grimaldo would create by themselves, but a blend of both of their styles and a reflection of their influences. They explain, “The main idea of the song was created at Grimaldo´s home studio in Lima and then finalized during recording sessions at Kanaku Estudio; which belongs to the critically acclaimed band Kanaku y El Tigre. Their studio has a certain vibe being located 100 feet from Huaca Pucllana, a pre Inka temple in the center of the commercial district Miraflores in Lima. In addition, their studio has a vast array of analog equipment from preamps to channels to compressors that create a unique sound.” The result on “Tutamanta” is a mesmerizing track that pulses with deep tones, hypnotic qualities, and Sylvia’s striking voice.

Sylvia Falcón is a vocalist who brings a wealth of talent and history to the duo. Her music has travelled from the traditional songs of the Peruvian Andes, through the mestizo folk melodies and the Andean coloratura repertoire. Sylvia’s impressive vocal range (4 octaves) can be appreciated in her four solo studio albums; Killa Lluqsimun "When the Moon Rises" (2008), Inkario (2014), Fantasía Pokcra (2016) and Qori Coya "Golden Lady” (2018). Sylvia Falcón was born in Lima and has developed a strong bond with the Andes due to the influence of her parents, who were born in Huancavelica and Ayacucho provinces. Sylvia Falcón is also an anthropologist focused on the study of traditional musicians in the Peruvian Andes. As an artist she is devoted to capturing and projecting the beauty of the ancient Inca culture.

Grimaldo is a Lima born producer and musician, who started playing guitar at 14. Soon after he worked with many bands that played a pivotal part in the 80s underground metal hardcore punk, and the 90s psychedelic/acid-rock Peruvian scenes. During the late 90s, Grimaldo started exploring traditional Peruvian music through an electronic music lens, which led to creating Novalima, a collective that fuses traditional Afro Peruvian music with DJ culture. Their discography spans 5 albums, which led them to touring internationally. Novalima has inspired a generation and has revolutionized the music scene in Peru by bridging a longstanding divide between the mainstream and the minority Afro-Peruvian community, who have struggled against discrimination and cultural dissolution for generations.

As Grimaldo was experimenting with new Quechua rhythms in Novalima, he found Sylvia Falcón and invited her to collaborate on the single “Chusay.” After working together at several concerts with Novalima, Grimaldo and Sylvia wanted to join forces to continue a new sound they were developing and Punku was born.

The duo concludes, “we hope our entire musical project contributes to reflecting a tiny ray of light to uplifting the spirit in these times.” Stay tuned for more music, videos, and the debut album from Punku dropping June 17th on Six Degrees Records.


Captain Planet, Zuzuka Poderosa, Raphael Futura – Moqueca

“The vocals in such tracks are the most important, because it is he who tunes in the right way, removes gray clouds above your head, and a carpet of flowers blooms under your feet. Feel this music with all your guts, feel how the Global Bass rhythm masters your body and nothing stops you to start dancing to the beat of this melody. (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Вокал в подобных треках является самым главным, ведь именно он настраивает на нужный лад, убирает над вашей головой серые тучи, а под вашими ногами расцветает ковёр из цветов. Почувствуйте эту музыку всем своим нутром, почувствуйте, как ритм Global Bass овладевает вашим телом и уже ничто вас не остановит, чтобы начать танцевать в такт этой мелодии.”


Just in time to kick off the Summer, Captain Planet has teamed up with 2 long-time collaborators Zuzuka Poderosa & Raphael Futura for a new Brazilian disco funk song, "Moqueca.” The song harkens back to Brazil's legendary funk parties in the 70's and early 80's - where sound systems bumped legends like Tim Maia, Sandra De Sa & Gilberto Gil - while infusing some fresh contemporary energy and extra thump for today's dancefloors. Zuzuka's bright vocals bounce over a bubbly bassline, syncopated percussion and wormy vintage synthesizers, while an additional punch is brought in the form of horn arrangements by the prolific maestro Todd Simon, another frequent Captain Planet collaborator.

“Moqueca” takes inspiration from the Brazilian dish of the same name, a nationally famous fish stew that varies across the regions of Brazil. In her lyrics, Zuzuka talks about the origins and variations of Moqueca, starting with the style from Espirito Santo, her home state, and continuing to Moqueca Baiana, from Bahia, which incorporates African influences and ingredients. The result is a song that is as much an homage to Brazilian music as it is its food, culture and people.

The song is the first single from Captain Planet's upcoming "Sounds Like Home” EP, which finds the producer turning towards more retro, analogue and live band elements, all with an eye towards his signature “Gumbo Funk” of global sounds. “Moqueca” is out on Brooklyn’s Bastard Jazz Recordings May 27th.

MI.LA – Katoa

“This track is an ideal way to go on a journey through the extraterrestrial worlds, without leaving your own room. Just turn off the light, close all the doors and windows, put on the headphones and plunge into the rhythms of Organic House with -Mi.LA-. (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Этот трек идеальный способ отправиться в путешествие по внеземным мирам, при этом не покидая собственную комнату. Просто выключите свет, закройте все двери и окна, наденьте наушники и погрузитесь в ритмы Organic House вместе с -MI.LA-.”


MI.LA is back with yet another mystical tune: Katoa. Her music has been making waves in the organic house scene with acclaimed singles ‘Garmi', ‘Garden', and ‘Fiera'. Katoa is mid-tempo track with a resolute ethnic vibes brought by ethereal flute sounds and diffuse guitar licks. The harmony takes one on a journey through a yet-to-be defined sonic realm.


LEO PIZARRO – Ya No Me Llores

“Rich on a variety of instrumental tools Arrangement, all sounds are polished, the vocals are deposited to the brilliance and amazes with its energy. Aimed fire in the heart, listens in one breath! Tropical genre in his best manifestation! (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Богатая на разнообразие инструментальных инструментов аранжировка, все звуки отполированы, вокал отточен до блеска и изумляет своей энергетикой. Прицельный огонь в самое сердце, слушается на одном дыхании! Жанр Tropical в своём лучшем проявлении!”


After the success of his first two singles, LEO PIZARRO's new single is not only a tribute to his Afro-Colombian roots, a cumbia-inspired joint performed with a Latin Indie sound, but also an x-ray of the tense social situation that Latin America is going through. and more specifically his native Colombia. ““Ya no me llores” (AFUERENYO MUSIC 2021) is a tribute to my country, and especially to all the people who have suffered in Carne viva the inconsolable pain of having lost a loved one due to violence or the uncertainty of an enforced disappearance or a state crime. This song is written fundamentally for mothers who have given birth and lost their children due to a senseless war. It is necessary for all of Colombia to raise its voice and speak about this Horror, which sadly continues to occur. so that it finally ceases to exist and that one day we can all know what it means to live in peace and no other mother has to cry for her children.”

Resident in Barcelona, ​​Spain where his new musical proposal is born, Leo is a musician, composer and performer. His lyrics have that special touch of artists who transmit and vibrate strongly like the waves of the sea in his hometown, Cartagena de Indias, where he studied music choosing the guitar as his favorite instrument to accompany his voice. Impregnated with sensitivity, this artist composes life and the Latin American social reality.


Después del éxito de sus dos primeros singles, el nuevo sencillo de LEO PIZARRO no sólo es un homenaje a sus raíces afro colombianas, un porro con aires de cumbia interpretado con un sonido Indie Latino , sino un radiografía de la tensa situación social que atraviesa Latinoamérica y más concretamente su Colombia natal. ““Ya no me llores” (AFUERENYO MUSIC 2021) es un homenaje a mi país, y en especial a todas las personas que han sufrido en Carne viva el dolor inconsolable de haber perdido a un ser querido a causa de la violencia o por la incertidumbre de una desaparición forzada o un crimen de estado. Esta canción está escrita fundamentalmente para las madres que han parido y han perdido a sus hijos a causa de una guerra sin sentido .Es necesario que Colombia entera levante la voz y hable sobre este Horror, que tristemente sigue ocurriendo. para que por fin deje de existir y que algún día todos y todas podamos conocer lo que es vivir en paz y ninguna otra madre tenga que llorar por sus hijos.”

Residente en Barcelona, España donde nace su nueva propuesta musical, Leo es un músico, compositor e intérprete. Sus letras tienen ese toque especial de los artistas que transmiten y vibran con fuerza como las olas del mar de su ciudad natal, Cartagena de Indias, donde estudió música eligiendo la guitarra como su instrumento preferido para acompañar su voz. Impregnado de sensibilidad este artista le compone a la vida y a la realidad social latinoamericana.

Oye Sebas – Este Río Que Pasa

“Feel the hidden energy and sweet vibrations of acoustic instrumentation in "Este Río Que Pasa". Cumbia sound flowing like the water of a peaceful stream and spreading happiness all around. Highly recommended for listeners with sensitive ears.”


Singer, songwriter, music producer and sound artist. Current winner of the Castelló International Music and Film Festival, for Best Original Soundtrack.

Hey Sebas, has an Artistic-Musical proposal that uses the rhythms of Latin American folklore as the main route to tell stories that border on the magical and mythological realism of South American cultures. His music is a movie, where the main script is the Song.

A group of artist friends meet in La Garrotxa Natural Park. Between rivers and mountains these melodies are born that narrate the adventure of Valenti; an outsider who builds a bridge to join the two walls of a valley. This story made into a song comes from the imaginary searching for meaning in one of the ruins found in this natural park.


Cantante, compositor, productor musical y artista sonoro. Actual ganador del Festival Internacional de Música i cine de Castelló, como Mejor Banda sonora Original.

Oye Sebas, lleva una propuesta Artístico-Musical que utiliza los ritmos del folclor Latinoamericano como principal ruta para contar historias que rozan el realismo mágico y mitológico de las culturas suramericanas. Su música es una película, donde el guión principal es la Canción.

Un grupo de amigos artistas se reúnen en el parque natural la Garrotxa. Entre ríos y montañas nacen estas melodías que narran la aventura de Valentí; un forastero que construye un puente para unir las dos paredes de un valle. Este cuento hecho canción, viene del imaginario buscando sentido a una de las ruinas encontradas en este parque natural.

Oberka – King of Bhangra

“In the discography of any Melomanana there is music, which is almost always worth repeated, as it has its own unique and exceptional charm. If you love Global Bass, an unusual combination of chords and a real effects parade – this track will take a worthy place in your gold collection! (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“В дискографии любого меломана есть музыка, которая практически всегда стоит на повторе, так как обладает своим неповторимым и исключительным шармом. Если вы любите Global Bass, необычное сочетание аккордов и настоящий парад эффектов — этот трек займёт достойное место в вашей золотой коллекции!”




Oberka, is an Taiwanese record producer, musician and remixer. He is known for both his solo work and as producer for many other artists. He is the owner of Dark Paradise Records, which is an independent record label based in Taipei, focusing on electronic music amongst other styles of music.

FlexFab & Ziller Bas – Haha! Haha!

“A fresh take on African flavored Electronica. Bringing its full potential of rich beats and quick rhymes. fast-paced build ups that are dissolved by some sweet deep bass. Lots of energy here it was hard to sit still, makes you want to move. ”


Another single from the new album "MUGOGO!" by FlexFab & Ziller Bas, the club banger "Haha! Haha!", out today!

About the album:

Electronic/bass producer FlexFab and Kenyan rapper Ziller Bas storm into 2022 with their highly anticipated debut album “MUGOGO!”.

The “MUGOGO!” album contains 22 tracks, a very rich album that highlights FlexFab’s bewitched-hybrid bass sound signature and genre-bending production style, while Ziller Bas raps in his very own dialect called “Sweng Flow”; a combination of English, Swahili and his native language the Kigiriama. “MUGOGO!” is an ambitious album that unifies different cultures and influences into the unique musical territory that FlexFab & Ziller Bas occupy.

Watch the video: youtu.be/jUdonsdgiVw

Album stream links: link.flexfabmusic.com/MUGOGO

Kutiman Featuring Elif caglar – Remotely Close: Silkyway

“All you have to do is catch the amazing and intoxicating rhythm of Funk that will dissolve you on its own. This single can capture your soul and you are likely to become a hostage of its magic. A sexy and slightly cheeky melody and a hellish rhythmic unity.”

“Всё, что вам нужно сделать, это поймать потрясающий и такой опьяняющий ритм, который вас растворит в себе, пленит вашу душу и вы станете невольным заложником древней магии. Сексуальная и немного дерзкая мелодия и просто дьявольская ритм-секция.”


Kutiman teams up with Turkish jazz vocalist, songwriter and producer Elif Çağlar (Elif Chalar) in this party starter Anatolian Disco banger.

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