2 NEW releases on Rebel Up Records; V/A – Mamari Remix compilation & Satanique Samba Trio – Mini Bad

New releases out this month of September!

Various Artists – Mamari Remixed
13 remixes between global electronic beats, afrohouse, bass and more….

The remix compilation ‘Mamari Remixed’ is the little electronic sibling of the album ‘Mamari’ by Muito Kaballa Power Ensemble. 13 producers from Africa, Europe and Latin America give their own spin on the original songs by making them ready for the dancefloor. All producers combine 19 different nationalities and show their ability to make bass music that stays true to the organic sound. The remixes not only use the original instruments but also manage to convey the political messages from the Power Ensemble.

Jan Janzen (keys) and Niklas Mündemann (saxophone) of Muito Kaballa are also DJs and enthusiasts of the underground clubbing scene. With ‘Mamari Remixed’ the two musicians want to create bridges between the worlds of “live music” and “club music”. Remixed included are by Nuno Beats (RS Produçoes), Catu Diosis (Nyege Nyege), Lee Bass (Gato Preto), Lua Preta, ARN4L2, DJ Satelite & PolBack, DJ Flavya, DJ Makala, BYDLY, Quixosis, 115 Solaris, Ekiti Sound and Rafael Aragon.

The countries represented on this compilation are Portugal, Uganda, Poland, Angola, Cabo Verde, Germany, Ghana, Colombia, Brazil, US, Spain, Netherlands, Ecuador, Belgium, Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria, UK, France, Uruguay and Algeria. 

A limited edition vinyl pre-order as active as well, delivery is expected 15 december.

Satanique Samba Trio – Mini Bad
B sides from the Brazil’s experimental jazz underground.

From 2004 to 2020, Satanique Samba Trio has dropped 11! records into phonographic existence. Naturally, some compositions from the quintet’s (not really a trio indeed) catalogue didn’t make onto any album for one reason or another. ‘Mini Bad’ is a remedy for this situation, as it amasses 10 tracks that were almost part of albums like “Bad Trip Simulator #3” (2013), “Xenossamba” (2017) and “Forrivel” (2020). You can call it B-sides from B-razil, if you dare.

There is also a very limited edition 10″ vinyl, only available in Brazil. Check the bandcamp for more info.

Fri 19 Feb > Nightshop Afrohouse party @ Recyclart! w/ dj Satelite (AN), Boddhi Satva (CAF), Rebel Up!, Max Le daron & Dovecake!

nightshop afrohouse Hello folks! this friday an awesome Nightshop Afrohouse party that we helped setting up with our friend Ivan Diaz (Weagogo agency).

with special guests DJ Satelite from Luanda, Angola, and afrohouse master Boddhi Satva from Central African Republic, who is replacing Congolese DJ Spilulu who sadly did not get his visa from the European authorities.

DJ Satelite is the one of the original masters of the kuduro beat and has gotten deep into afrohouse over the last few years when the style started booming in Angola. He will serve frenetic futurist beats and make you go wild. see this interview or check this playlist. Boddhi Satva, originator of the international afrohouse scene and plays a style that he likes to call ‘Ancestral Soul’, expect to go into deep house territory with a real African pulse from this secret Brussels resident. American Bxl resident Dovecake is a dancer & urban bass dj all the same, opening us with a wild set of afrobass! to close off the night, Rebel Up! dj’s Sebcat & LeBlanc will clash with Max le Daron of Lowup. A heavy African mix of Angolan afrohouse & kuduro, Ghanaian afrobeats, South African kwaito and afrobass from the Lusophone diaspora. Just 5€ in, come early enough as we expect a full house! Don’t say we didn’t warn you… all info on Recyclart site of FB event. Timings > 23.00>24.30 Dovecake (US) 24.30>02.00 Boddhi Sarva (CA) 02.00>03.30 Satelite (Angola) 03.30>05.00 Max Le Daron (Lowup) vs Leblanc & Sebcat (Rebel Up!) @ Recyclart Rue d’Ursulines 25 1000 BXL