Feb 6, 2012
Bert On Beats performing "Suomo" live at Estonian Music Awards 2012.
Jan 18, 2012
Bert On Beats, who was just nominated for the best electronic album of the year with his debut album “Antenna Of Tallinn” at Estonian Music Awards, will play two shows this weekend in Belgium (20th @ Regulate in Brussels) and France (21st @ Pussymagnet, Strasbourg). Have listen to his latest DJ mix here. Bert's album is published by Highscore Publishing.
Dec 05, 2011
This is the second pick of The Unlimiters remix series. “In Dub” which was released earlier this year is now followed by “The Unlimiters In Club”, a remix EP where Rocksteady meets Cumbia. The song “Hard Times” was remixed by Hamburg based So Shifty. They put the song in a danceable cumbia shape, layered a heavy moombathon beat beneath and added an excellent synth bassline. With this remix So Shifty created a tropical masterpiece adding their unique musical fingerprint by keeping the mood of the original song.
The second remix comes from Erick Rincon, an 18 year old producer out of the tribal guarachero music scene from Monterrey, Mexico. His 3Ball remix of “Let It Go” is blending colombian guacharacas elements and cumbia basslines with the skank rhythms by The Unlimiters and the beautiful voices of lead singers Nathan and Erika. Have a listen how Erick chopped up the saxophone and merged it with a mad synth melody.
Cat.No.: HSCORE015, Release: Dec 05 2011
Dec 02, 2011
Sometimes there’s tracks which you hear for the first time and they strike you so hard, that you know they’re going to be big. When Man Recordings boss was introduced to the freshly uploaded video to El Dusty’s “K Le Pasa” by Till of So Shifty, he instantly knew the track was destined to become a club hit.
In the video, a party gets out of bounds with girls grinding to a sexy cumbia groove and guys jumping up to the raw energy of “K Le Pasa”. Call it Cumbia Electro – mixing up classic Colombian cumbia with side chain compression and synth noise, Texas based producer and DJ El Dusty created the ultimate Latin banger that brings together the best of Europe and South America.
Co-published by Highscore Publishing
Boris Dlugosch: “Bam! K Le Pasa Rocks. Support!”
Schlachthofbronx: “Big Tune! Full support”
Acid Washed: “Big Ace!”
Bert On Beats: “The Banger”
Malente: “Fun. For the times when you gotta play hard”
So Shifty: “Fucking love this song. Gets a great crowd response everytime too.”
DJ Sabo: “Cool tune, Dusty is the homie, good to see him getting some recognition! ”
Russ Jones: “Yes aye!”
Nov 21, 2011
The Unlimiters return with stunning dub interpretations from their self entitled debut album.
“In Dub” features remixes of UK reggae bootleg don J-Star who delivers a dubby downtempo remix of “Loophole”.
Sao Paolo based dub legend Victor Rice dubbed “35H”: a fantastic remix where Surf meets Dub.
Or Harzkrafthof and Dubble Dubble with their excellent spaced out dub versions.
And last but not least the excellent remix of INFRA, this upcoming producer from Berlin put “Loophole” in a futuristic Dubstep shape. These five remixes “In Dub” are followed by The Unlimiters “In Club”, remixes, soon to be released on Highscore.
Release: Nov 21 2011
General inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch Victor Rice dubbing “35h" here
Nov 07, 2011
Official video of “Whoever Said” by Bodea taken from the “Tell Me EP”.
Video concept, camera & editing by Benedikt Lauer (www.benediktlauer.de).
Download “Whoever Said” for free here
Oct 27, 2011
Highscore Publishing is happy to announce the release of the Tell Me EP by Bodea! Even in his young years, Bodea has seen a lot. Being born and raised at the tropical shores of Zanzibar the “Island Boy” embraced the beauty of a simple and natural lifestyle in the very first place.
Leaving the mangos and coconuts behind he started his boyhood world tour at the age of five: from Yemen and Islamabad to Beijing, Germany and Zanzibar. In Zanzibar he recorded various albums including several number one hits in Tanzania. Back in Germany he began working on new songs. After performing with the likes of Patrice, Fetsum, The Daimons and many others he’s now releasing his Tell Me EP.
With his style between Soul, Reggae, Tropical and Dancehall the charming island boy has a bright future to come.
We give away “Whoever Said” as free download here